Wisconsin Water Resources Fellow Protects Drinking Water Wisconsin welcomes Stepanie DeVries, a new Water Resources Fellow at the University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute. DeVries is working on understanding the transport of…
About Maddie Mathews Madeleine Mathews tells us why she came to Wisconsin from southern California and what she likes about the state.
Removing Radium from Groundwater Madeleine Matthews and Matt Ginder-Vogel tell us how they are determining the source of radium in Wisconsin's groundwater.
Anne Moser: Wisconsin Water Library Anne joined Wisconsin Sea Grant as a special librarian in February 2008, after 20 years working as an environmental librarian. She manages Wisconsin’s Water Library,…
Kathy Kline: Educating Students of All Ages Kathy Kline tells us about her work as the education outreach specialist for Wisconsin Sea Grant.
Got Oaks? Do you live in southwest Wisconsin, with old oak trees on your property? If so, researchers at the UW-Platteville TREEs Laboratory would like to take…
A New Measure of Groundwater Flow In a project funded by the University of Wisconsin Water Resources Institute, researchers are experimenting with pumping hot water into a well in order to…
Testing Well Water for Microorganisms Leaking septic systems or manure from adjacent rural properties are the two most common sources of fecal contamination of a well. The University of Wisconsin…
Stream Sediments: How Much is Too Much? Trout fishers, take heart! Supported by the Wisconsin Water Resources Institute, Alex Latzka is working to protect your streams at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.