A joint newsletter from UW Sea Grant and Water Resources Institutes

ASC Chronicle 2019 Vol 4



Groundwater Recharge Without Snow?

There’s an old adage about the risks of building a castle upon sand. In contrast, Steve Loheide is building a hypothesis on sand. He theorizes that under a warming climate, Wisconsin’s soil, whether sandy, silty or clay-like, is actually going to be colder due to less snow cover.

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A Great Lakes Silica Mystery

Wisconsin Sea Grant-funded researchers are looking into the mystery of why silica levels are going up in Lake Michigan, which may also account for why they are going up in lakes Huron and Superior, as well.

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Educators Set Sail For Science Workshop on Lake Superior

Program and People News

New Lake Superior Office Agent to Focus on Climate and Tourism
Adapting Wisconsin’s Inland Lakes to Climate Change
Growing Aquaculture and Science Literacy
Bringing Back the Bay Tour, the PCB Edition
Practicing “Life Release” Safely


Connecting Teachers and Students to the Lake Superior Watershed

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