2012 was a great year to be a limnologist. Center for Limnology researchers got out in the field to conduct interesting experiments in beautiful settings, papers published by both faculty and students received all sorts of media attention, and, perhaps most important, the CFL band, Phantom Midge, once again rocked the Christmas party.
As we sign off for 2012, we’ll leave you with some of our favorite videos (including a clip of Phantom Midge’s performance) of 2012 – Happy Holidays and see you in 2013, when we’ll do it all again!
Tracking Northern Pike in Green Bay
Grad student, Dan Oele, let me tag along for a day tracking pike spawning habits
In the Field with Zoology 511
The Zoology 511 class goes out to a local trout stream and takes a census of the fishes that call it home.
‘Tis The Season for Sneaking and Spawning
Gretchen Hansen, a CFL post-doc, captures a sneaky juvenile pumpkinseed as he attempts to add some of his genes to the pool, while the larger adult male woos a mate.
LMB That I Used to Know
Phantom Midge takes that ubiquitous Gotye song and turns it into a story about bass/walleye interaction.