Winter 2005

Latest News


Graduate student Jeffrey Wilcox takes water samples from a well in a new, unsewered subdivision.

From Farmland to Suburbia 
Groundwater and Unsewered Subdivisions

Where the Wind Blows 
Shifting winds could be stirring up Green Bay

State of Lake Michigan and its Beaches 
Joint meetings held for the State of Lake Michigan Conference and Great Lakes Beach Association

A Tale of Two Estuaries Science Panel 
The Wisconsin and Minnesota Sea Grant programs are offering a free public science panel [WEB EXTRA]

New Center to Boost Great Lakes Science Education 
New opportunities to explore the science of the Great Lakes and their connection to the world’s oceans [WEB EXTRA]


Special Sections

Miel Barman, an advanced environmental toxicologist at the WSLH, reviews the growth of breast cancer cells as part of a UW Water Resources Institute-funded study on endocrine disruptors in groundwater. Photo Credit: Jessica Burda/Wisconsin State Labratory of Hygiene

Education News
Master's degree student tackles real-world challenge of improving water disinfecting unit

Featured Web Site
Wisconsin Fish Identification System

Program/People News
New Faces at the ASC
Congratulations Elizabeth White
Biennial Report receives Award of Excellence

Know your Water Lab
Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene

Wisconsin's Water Library
Bet you didn't know!  Islands, storms, snowflakes, and more.




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