Trout Lake Station Artists In Residence Program – deadline February 15, 2019
Weekdays (Mon-Thur): Atmospheric Oceanic Sciences (AOS) presentations, Madison. Check the AOS calendar for more infomation about each seminar
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
Jan 15: Steve Carpenter, Steve Ackerman Jane Elder and at Cold Hard Facts – Concerned about our rapidly changing climate here in Wisconsin and the recent reports about global climate change? Registration limited to 30 people.
Feb 1: Application due for Grandparents University 2019(Limnology major available)
Feb 2: Join CFL scientists at Frozen Assets, 10am-3pm for Ice Science Lab
Feb 6: Science on Tap-Minocqua, High Capacity Wells and Ground Water with Mallika Nocco, UW Twin Cities, Dept of Soil, Water and Climate
Feb 9: John Magnuson talks with local ski groups in Mercer, WI (7-8pm): What does lake ice tell us about climate change and the loss of winter?
March 3: Steve Carpenter presents “The Long Now: Ecological Legacies and the Future of Water in Wisconsin” at the Emeritus Faculty Lecture Series, Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St, 2-3pm. Free to the public.