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Limnology: the scientific study of inland waters

Providing local, national, and international leadership and maintaining excellence in the fields of limnology, aquatic ecology, and ecosystem science from the Hasler Laboratory of Limnology and Trout Lake Station

EVENTS

The first four events below are during semester:

Weekdays (Mon-Thur): Atmospheric Oceanic Sciences (AOS) presentations, Madison. Check the AOS calendar for more infomation about each seminar

Tuesdays, 9:30am: AOSS Room 811, 1225 Dayton St, Climate, People and the Environment Program (CPEP)

Wednesdays, noon-1pm: Limnology weekly seminar, WSEL room 102, 660 N. Park St, Madison

Thursdays, 3:30: Biology Colloquium, Birge Hall room B302, 430 Lincoln Dr, Madison

June 11 and 12 (choose one): Susan Knight and Carol Warden presenting at Green Lake Aquatic Plant ID workshop (choose one date); Green Lake Town Square, Meeting Room Studio A, open to public (aimed at natural resource professionals), attendees must pre-register

June 13: Emily Stanley is presenting Spatial heterogeneity within and among lakes at Dept of Eart Sciences, Uppsala University

June 21: Hasler Lab Open House, 2-6pm, free and open to public

June 25-26 and 26-27 (choose one): Susan Knight and Carol Warden presenting at Kemp Station Aquatic Plant ID workshop, Kemp Natural Resources Station, Connor Forestry Building, open to public (aimed at natural resource professionals), attendees must pre-register

July 11,12 & 18,19: Grandparents University Limnology Major

Aug 2: Trout Lake Station Open House, 1-5pm, free and open to public

See all UW-Madison events

 

NEWS

Quinn Gavin, undergraduate (Stanley Lab) receives 2019 College of Letters & Science Dean’s Prize, awarded annually to the most outstanding undergraduate scholars in the senior class.

Map shows rusty crayfish would do well in Little Lake Butte des Morts but not in nearby Lake Winnebago
Map shows rusty crayfish would do well in Little Lake Butte des Morts but not in nearby Lake Winnebago

Aquatic Invasive Species Smart Prevention tool Back Online Updated With New Species

 

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