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The Model Lake
ISTHMUS | August 24, 2017

Steve Carpenter: Cleaning our lakes is a marathon, not a sprint
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL | July 15, 2017

Know your Madisonian: UW-Madison professor studies public attitudes about government efforts to improve lakes
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL | July 14, 2017

Transparency limited when it comes to conserved private lands
WISCONSIN STATE FARMER | May 25, 2017

Legacy phosphorus and Wisconsin water
LARRY MEILLER SHOW, WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO | March 30, 2017

Phosphorus 'legacy' subject of cropland studies
WISCONSIN STATE FARMER | March 28, 2017

The cost of soil's phosphorus stockpile
WISCONTEXT | March 27, 2017

Wisconsin study looks at ways to reduce 'legacy' phosphorus
WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO | March 15, 2017

Tackling urban heat islands goes beyond the big city
WISCONTEXT | December 7, 2016

Lake study finds runoff, more rain affects clarity
WXPR 91.7FM | December 1, 2016

Weather bikes stand out in urban studies, advance science dialogue
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITOR | November 3, 2016

Worming their way into Wisconsin
ISTHMUS | October 6, 2016

What has your ecosystem done for you lately?
WISCONTEXT | September 29, 2016

Invasive Asian jumping worm could cause problems for Wisconsin's forests, farms
WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO | September 12, 2016

Invasive 'Jersey wriggler' jumping worms devouring forest floor
THE WASHINGTON POST | September 9, 2016

The Cyanobacteria Stalemate in Wisconsin's Lakes
WISCONTEXT | September 7, 2016

Four Visions of Change for the Yahara Watershed
WISCONTEXT | September 1, 2016

Parks provide islands of cool in urban areas
CONSERVATION MAGAZINE | May 31, 2016

Fixes come slowly for growing list of impaired lakes and streams
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL | April 17, 2016

Story about farming in warmer climate wins writing contest
CHANNEL 3000 | March 21, 2016

Blue Sky Science: What and where is the Yahara watershed?
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL | January 25, 2016

Contest seeks positive water and farm stories
AGRI-VIEW | December 7, 2015

UW contest asks you to 'imagine the direction' for waters
PORTAGE DAILY REGISTER | November 16, 2015

UW Ph.D. student wins German sustainability award
BADGER HERALD | November 12, 2015

Writing contest aimed at promoting healthy water
CHANNEL 3000 | November 10, 2015

Grossstaedte koennen zu gefaehrlichen Hitzeinseln werden
SUEDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG | September 30, 2015

Heat waves hit heat islands hardest
PHYS.ORG | September 28, 2015

Yahara 2070: Visions of our Environmental Future
WORT 98.9FM MADISON | September 21, 2015

High water tables impact crop yields
WISCONSIN STATE FARMER | September 17, 2015

Soggy not always a bad thing
AGRI-VIEW | September 8, 2015

UW-Madison Study Looks at Crop Benefits of Higher Water Tables
WISCONSIN AG CONNECTION | September 1, 2015

Writer calls for long-term thinking about water quality
MADISON MAGAZINE | August 28, 2015

Our Changing Lands and Waters
WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO | June 17, 2015

Report: Farms, climate change hampering efforts to clean lakes
THE CAP TIMES | April 27, 2015

New Urgency Needed to Protect Our Lakes
CHANNEL 3000 | April 26, 2015

Managing Wisconsin's Lakes to Deal with Climate Change
WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO | March 25, 2015

Jenny Seifert and Stephen Carpenter: Local efforts can secure Yahara lakes from global threats
THE CAP TIMES | March 25, 2015

Climate Change Is Destroying The World's Most Valuable Historic Sites
NEW REPUBLIC | March 19, 2015

UW Scientist: We Need to Stay Within Certain Boundaries to Maintain Civilization
MILWAUKEE PUBLIC RADIO | January 30, 2015

Human Civilization No More in 'Safe Operating Space' As It Exceeds 4 of 9 Planetary Boundaries: Study
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES | January 16, 2015

How People Make Summer Hotter
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN | November 25, 2014

Urban Heat Island Effects
WISCONSIN PUBLIC RADIO | October 27, 2014

Tempest in the Isthmus: Central Madison hotter than outskirts, UW researchers say
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL | October 25, 2014

Study: Hottest, coldest places in Dane County 10 miles away
CHANNEL 3000 | October 21, 2014
WMSN FOX 47 | October 21, 2014

Q&A: Steve Carpenter is optimistic about solving Madison's water quality problems
THE CAP TIMES | September 7, 2014

UW study: Big rains in early spring responsible for most of Lake Mendota's phosphorus
THE CAP TIMES | August 24, 2014

Invasive 'Jumping' Earthworm Found in the Midwest
DISCOVERY NEWS | July 19, 2014

Picturing a Future Wrought by Climate Change
QUEST WISCONSIN | June 26, 2014

UW research team unveils possible futures for the Yahara Watershed
THE HERALD-INDEPENDENT | May 22, 2014

Focus on Dane County: UW project examining future of watershed
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL | May 16, 2014

Scientists unveil scenarios for 2070 life in Madison area
WISCONSIN WATCH | May 15, 2014

A look at the future: "Yahara Watershed" in 2070
NBC 15 WMTV MADISON | May 14, 2014

What will Yahara Watershed look like in 2070? UW Scientists lay out scenarios
THE CAP TIMES | May 14, 2014

Lake scientists to Kegonsa: Lower your water quality expectations
THE CAP TIMES | May 14, 2014

Our lakes are our future
CHANNEL 3000 | May 13, 2014

Steve Carpenter explains "Yahara 2070" project
WISCONSIN PUBLIC TELEVISION | May 9, 2014

Manure digesters seen as best hope for curbing lake pollution, but drawbacks remain
THE CAP TIMES | April 30, 2014

Beach bummer: Closures highlight algae, bacteria threats in Madison-area lakes
THE CAP TIMES | April 23, 2014

Earth Day in the future: What will it be like?
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION DISCOVERIES | April 15, 2014

Mapping the benefits of our ecosystems
SCIENCE DAILY | July 1, 2013

Ecologists map the benefits of our ecosystems
UW-MADISON NEWS | July 1, 2013

Cry me a river: Following a watershed's winding path to sustainability
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION DISCOVERIES | March 9, 2012

Water, water everywhere focus of new sustainability project
UW-MADISON NEWS | January 6, 2011