A joint newsletter from UW Sea Grant and Water Resources Institutes

ASC Chronicle 2022 Special Double Issue



Herbicide Study Finds Good News, Bad News for Use of Fluridone in Lakes

In a study recently published in the journal “Aquatic Toxicology,” researchers found that while concentrations of the herbicide fluridone similar to those used when it’s applied to lakes to control Eurasian watermilfoil and hydrilla did not kill fathead minnows, it can impact fish health in more subtle ways.
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UW-Milwaukee Researchers Examine Road Salt’s Year-Round Impact on Wisconsin Rivers

Research currently underway at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) is uncovering increased levels of chloride from road salt can persist in surface waters even in the summer—when no salt is being applied—because it appears to be stored in groundwater. 
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Letter from the Director

Letter From Sea Grant Director

Featured Website

Brand-New Green Bay Wetlands Publication Joins Other Resources

Wisconsin Water Library

The Great Lakes Over Time

Program and People News

 Sea Grant Experts Contribute to Statewide Climate Report
The Birth of Wisconsin Sea Grant
Hard Work, Joy and More than a Bit of Luck Add Up to an Accomplished Coastal Engineering Career
Sea Grant Was Second Career for Harvey Hoven 
Former Director, Anders Andren: Looking Back and Looking Forward 
It’s About the Science
Uncountable Contribution


Building Preparedness to Protect Communities
Timeline Offers a Stroll Through Great Lakes’ Goods and Ills
Invasive Species
Education Programs
Encouraging Fish Consumption
Wisconsin Water Library
Climate and Tourism
Great Lakes Ecosystems

Back Panel

Brand New 50 Years Video


    ARCHIVES (See All) 

2022 Volume 2
2022 Volume 1
2021 Volume 4
2021 Volume 3

    ARCHIVES (See All) 

2022 Volume 2
2021 Volume 4
2022 Volume 1
2021 Volume 3