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Daphnia, or water fleas, such as this are found in lakes and ponds across the world. Because of their pivotal position in food webs, daphnia are widely utilized as an indicator species to assess the response of ecosystems to environmental change.

Fresh water scientist Rebecca Klaper studies the impact of indescribably small nanoparticles on our Great Lakes.

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The Wisconsin Academy is pleased to support Celebrate Water Door County and the 2019 Water Summit.

Dr. J. Val Klump in exploring what is happening in the Great Lakes today and what the future holds for them and for us.

UW-Madison student Kendl Kobbervig created a story map as a way visually present highlights from the Shifting Currents report.

Jones Island rendering by City as Living Laboratory.

A project under development in Milwaukee uses large-scale art to increase city residents' responsibility for—and understanding of—how water quality is connected to everyday choices we make.

Milwaukee journalist Dan Egan tell the complex story of the one of the world’s most important freshwater ecosystems.

Jane as a child on the shores of Lake Michigan.

There is no Plan B for humanity and our fellow species if we fail to keep our waters alive and clean.

More than a decade has passed since the first statewide Waters of Wisconsin (WOW) conversation, and the publication of its definitive report Waters of Wi

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