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AUGUST 31, 2016
Climate Wisconsin 2050: New resource helps communities adapt to change
Increases in average temperature, higher frequency and intensity of rainfall, and heavier snowfalls are just a few of the things Wisconsinites can expect by the year 2050, according to climate scientists.


AUGUST 5, 2016
Holloway to lead NASA Health and Air Quality Initiative
NASA has tapped Nelson Institute Professor Tracey Holloway to lead the Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team, a multi-institutional effort to help make environmental satellite data more accessible and useful.


AUGUST 5, 2016
New virus found during investigation into largemouth bass fish kill
A new virus has been identified in association with a die-off of largemouth bass in Pine Lake in Wisconsin’s Forest County.


AUGUST 1, 2016
UW researchers contribute to study of mammoth survival on tiny island
Nearly 5,500 years ago, prehistoric human civilizations in the Fertile Crescent were flourishing, horses and chickens were being domesticated, and a population of island-dwelling woolly mammoths was surviving — thousands of years later than their mainland cousins — on a remnant piece of land once part of the Bering Strait land bridge.