Now accepting applications for Trout Lake Station Artists In Residence program. ('Crystal Bog' by Rebecca Jabs)

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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

Accepting Applications

Trout Lake Station Artists In Residence Program – deadline February 15, 2019

EVENTS

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?

Feb 26: Paul Hanson presents “Improved understanding and prediction of 37 years of surface water phosphorus dynamics using theory guided machine learning” at ASLO in Puerto Rico

Feb 26:  Steve Carpenter gives acceptance talk for Redfield Award at ASLO in Puerto Rico

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.

 

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