CFL in Thailand: Whirlwind Road Trip with Coolers Full of Fish

CFL graduate student, Aaron Koning, just returned from a research trip to Thailand and shared this story of his epic road trip. You can read and see more of Aaron’s adventures doing fieldwork in Thailand on his blog. by Aaron Read More …

Fish Fry Day: Surprising Importance of Freshwater Fish to Global Food Security

by Matt Miller, The Nature Conservancy – If you’re thinking about how fisheries feed people around the globe, chances are you start picturing oceans. The images of saltwater commercial fishing are everywhere around us: on popular cable television shows, on Read More …

Guest Post: Are We Saving Forests At the Expense of Rivers?

CFL graduate student, Aaron Koning, spends a lot of time in Thailand, studying fish and the people who rely on them for sustenance. Follow his adventures on his blog. by Aaron Koning For the last five years, I’ve been working Read More …

Video: UW-Madison Undergrad Shares Fish Tales from Thailand

Vera Swanson is a UW-Madison undergraduate in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS). She spent her spring semester in Thailand working with CFL grad student, Aaron Koning. Here’s her amazing video recap of life doing international fieldwork! Vera’s Read More …

Limnology in Thailand: Netting Samples (and Dinner) on the Chao Phraya River

While a lot of what we do at the Center for Limnology is all about Wisconsin waters, we’ve got some world-class research going on all over the world, from places like Tanzania and Thailland. Aaron Koning, a grad student in Read More …