Volume 4 2012
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Dioxin in the Details 11/12/2012
A Little From a Lot 11/12/2012
Urban hydrology evaluates the effects of lot layout on stormwater runoff and groundwater recharge. Researcher Steven Loheide says, “In a perfect world, you could design a lot where you have no stormwater runoff.”
Gene Clark, Go-To-Guy 11/12/2012
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Featured social media/web description: Great Lakes Takes, a new Tumblr blog.
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Wisconsin's Water Library
This issue’s reading list features books about the Mississippi River.
Coastal Storms Grant offers UW Sea Grant funding to help communities prepare for dangerous coastal storms.
Vicky Harris receives the John R. (Jack) Vallentyne Award from the International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) and the Alumni Earth Caretaker Award by UW-Green Bay’s Environmental Management and Business Institute.
Director Jim Hurley seeks suggestions for providing additional opportunities for Sea Grant-supported students.
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