Trout Lake Station summer science communication intern, Maddie Gamble, spent time with the station’s pelagic food web crew. She put together this photo essay about their work. All words and pictures: Maddie Gamble (NOTE: All …August 30, 2023
Scientists Map Methane in World’s Rivers and Streams, Find Surprising Sources and Human Impacts on Emissions
Freshwater ecosystems account for half of global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming. Rivers and streams, especially, are thought to emit a substantial amount of that methane but the …August 16, 2023
When you think of science what comes to mind? Is it data or measurements? Research? What about people? Science is so much more than research and numbers–it’s about people and places, too. Our wild rice project here on station is a testimony to that.August 7, 2023
by Anna Mueller – Located just east of Sauk City, about 30 min northwest of Madison, Fish Lake is a bizarre and interesting place. Although it has experienced flooding since the ‘80s, in the past …July 31, 2023
Trout Lake Station summer science communication intern, Maddie Gamble, spent time with the station’s long-term ecological research field crew. She put together this photo essay about their work. All words and pictures: Maddie GambleJuly 19, 2023
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