Volume 3 2012

Latest News


Craig Benson collects a sample from a geosynthetic barrier. Photo: Craig Benson/UW-Madison.

Guided by Nature 
Radioactive and hazardous waste containment systems use nature as a guide

The Cat Comes Back
The Cat Island chain of barrier islands in Green Bay eroded almost completely away in the 1970s.  They’re now set to make a reconstructed comeback—restoring habitat and providing an opportunity for beneficial reuse of uncontaminated dredged material.

Mary Lou Reeb Retires 
Reeb retires after 36 years of service

Special Sections

Help light the way to our future efforts on behalf of the Great Lakes. Comment on our 2014-18 strategic plan.

Program/People News
Seeking Input on the 2014-18 Wisconsin Sea Grant Strategic Plan
Wisconsin Sea Grant Project Assistant off to the Mariana Islands
Protecting the Lakes, One Wetsuit at a Time

Featured Social Media
AIS Facebook Page
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Wisconsin's Water Library
Reading About Writing

Outreach
Fish for the Future on Display at Science Expeditions Daylong Event

Education News
Wisconsin Team Wins National Ocean Sciences Bowl in Continuing Streak



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