Winter 2008


Research Assistant Ashley Winker and UW-Oshkosh Professor Bob Stelzer investigate the role that deep stream sediments play in removing nitrogen from the environment. Photo: John Karl.
UW Sea Grant Outreach

Sharing the Great Lakes Story


Wisconsin Sea Grant staff added their own words to “The Great Lakes Story,” a nationally touring exhibit that recently stopped off at Green Bay’s Neville Public Museum.

Water quality specialist Vicky Harris helped organize a weekly public lecture series to coincide with the exhibit. Sea Grant speakers included Phil Moy, who discussed the threats posed by aquatic invasive species to the Great Lakes, and John Karl, who evoked the great age of sailing ships on Lake Michigan in stories and photographs. Harris presented a sneak preview of the updated State of the Bay, which she described as “an ecosystem health check-up” of Green Bay. Her presentation can be viewed at http://seagrant.wisc.edu/waterquality/.










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