This article first appeared in our 2020 Annual Newsletter. Earlier this summer, Ted Bier was out on Lake Monona with the Madison skyline bobbing in the background collecting samples for the North Temperate Lakes (NTL) …December 1, 2020
Happy Thanksgiving to all our readers! Here’s an ode to aquatic gratitude by John Bates, a poet from the LTEArts exhibit. Pilgrimage Let us bless the humility of water, Always willing to take the shape …November 25, 2020
by Moira Harrington, Wisconsin Sea Grant In a new video released today, Wisconsin Sea Grant illuminates the varied coregonines, a sudfamily of fish commonly known as cisco, which have pulsed through Great Lakes waters for …November 20, 2020
by Sandra McLean, York University and Adam Hinterthuer, UW-Madison FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: – Most projections about the dangers of climate change focus on excessive heat as a pressing threat to human lives. But, according to …November 18, 2020
MADISON – In the summer of 2018, Rob Mooney, a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Center for Limnology, set out on an epic road trip around Lake Michigan. Mooney was no stranger to …October 26, 2020
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“The lake is the one true microcosm, for nowhere else is the life of the great world, in all of its intricacies, so clearly disclosed to us as in the tiny model offered by the inland lake.” – E. A. Birge