Volume 3 2011
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Stream Sediments Serve Important Role in Ecological Balance 8/29/2011
Too much nitrogen in our lakes and streams can lead to excessive plant growth, degraded recreational experiences and fish kills. UW-Oshkosh Professor Bob Stelzer is examining the ability of bacteria in sediments to convert nitrates to atmospheric nitrogen.
Mapping the Nearshore Food Web 8/29/2011
Measuring Mercury in Lake Michigan Tributaries 8/29/2011
Fifteen years after the Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study, Christopher Babiarz is measuring how mercury levels have changed in four Wisconsin tributaries.
Phil Moy is the new assistant director for research at the Aquatic Sciences Center.
Former Sea Grant student Rob Roth returns to Wisconsin as assistant professor with the department of geography.
Learn more about mankind’s long relationship with mercury, how it moves through the environment and its effects on the living things it touches.
Wisconsin's Water Library
This issue’s list is all about mercury.
For the third year in a row, the Marshfield High School team has captured the national crown at the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.
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University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute & University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute.
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