Combining approaches yields best results for urban stormwater control
April 12, 2019
A project led by Steven Loheide that explores urban hydrology fixes was featured recently in a prominent newsletter.
Remucal’s research furthers knowledge about drinking water safety, particularly from groundwater
April 1, 2019
The UW-Madison professor is studying the impact that the composition of dissolved organic matter has on the formation of disinfection byproducts in groundwater when that water is treated for use.
ASC Associate Fellow Greb tracks Wisconsin water quality through high-tech approach
February 22, 2019
Steve Greb works with satellite remote sensing to measure water quality from space, specifically the quality of Wisconsin's inland waters.
Water runs through career of Guerrero-Bolaño, Wisconsin Water Resources Science-Policy Fellow
February 21, 2019
During his fellowship year, Dr. Guerrero-Bolaño’s focus is on accounting for short, extreme precipitation events in water quality models.
UW-Madison Researchers Focus on Efficient Water and Nitrogen Use in the Central Sands of Wisconsin
December 4, 2018
Two Water Resources Institute researchers are working on a project that will help farmers in the Central Sands better manage their nitrogen fertilizer use and improve water quality and quantity in a changing climate.
Environmental chemistry graduate students win fellowships
November 26, 2018
The Water Resources Institute is pleased to share good news involving two UW-Madison graduate students, Madeleine Mathews and Amy Plechacek. Both are advised by Dr. Matthew Ginder-Vogel of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, some of whose research has been supported by WRI.
Big Thanks for the Big Lakes, and Other State Waters
November 20, 2018
By Moira Harrington The historical record on the nation’s first Thanksgiving indicates a menu heavy on waterfowl. It is also possible shellfish and eel graced the table. When 2018 celebra
Researchers fill critical gaps in knowledge about arsenic and private well water
October 8, 2018
WRI is funding research by UW-Milwaukee professors Dr. Shangping Xu and Dr. Yin Wang that will help protect public health by filling critical gaps in knowledge relating to arsenic in Wisconsin's private wells.
Tap Talks Series Taps Into Community Science Learning
August 23, 2018
A free, monthly, informal speaker series about research people care about.

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