Tag: NAS

Professors Zorn and Fermanich among ‘soothsayers’ working on predicting dead zones on the bay

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“They are diverse group — a geoscientist, limnologist and natural resources educator. Also on the team is a water chemist, biologist, civil engineer and watershed scientist. As collaborators on a Sea Grant-funded effort to envision conditions in Green Bay, you could also say they are soothsayers.”  This story by Moira Harrington of Sea Grant describes […]

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Brian Merkel featured on WPR segment

UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Brian Merkel (Human Biology) was featured on WPR’s morning show to discuss solving the problem of antibiotic resistance, which is the theme for the “Tiny Earth” event to be held at Lambeau Field on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. Listen to the segment.

Prof. John Luczaj publishes peer-reviewed editorial comment

Prof. John Luczaj (Natural and Applied Sciences), along with coauthors from the University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research and the University of Nevada-Reno Department of Geography, have published a peer-reviewed editorial comment in the journal Geosciences. Read it, here.

Prof. Fermanich quoted in The Gazette on water quality

“America’s Midwest faces worsening trouble with undrinkable well water, recreational lakes choked with toxic algae, and water treatment plants requiring budget-busting upgrades to remove pollution washing from farm fields and industries.” The Gazette (Cedar Rapids) talks with experts, including UW-Green Bay Prof. Kevin Fermanich (NAS) for a lengthy story, Treading Water: Unfocused and underfunded, Goal […]

Amy Carrozzino-Lyon to present wild rice restoration effort at Marinette

Green Bay Restoration Coordinator, Amy Carrozzino-Lyon (NAS, Green Bay campus), will describe the Green Bay Wild Rice restoration project at the Marinette Campus this week. She is the guest presenter at the Menominee River Citizen’s Advisory Committee meeting, Thursday, Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. in Room T-139, Theatre Conference Room, Marinette Campus. The public is […]

Save the date: final NAS Seminar is Friday, Dec. 7

Chris Houghton, a research scientist at UW-Green Bay, will give the last NAS seminar this semester on Friday, Dec. 12, 2018. His topic is “A hitchhiker’s guide to Lake Michigan Fish Habitats” (or “The importance of when and where to fishes of Lake Michigan.”) The reception will begin at 2:40 p.m. in Environmental Sciences (ES) 317, Green Bay […]

Faculty note: Prof. Bakshi has new publication

UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Mandeep Singh Bakshi (Chemistry, Natural and Applied Science) published a recent article, Keto–Enol Tautomerism of Temperature and pH Sensitive Hydrated Curcumin Nanoparticles: Their Role as Nanoreactors and Compatibility with Blood Cells, in ACS journal J of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. This work highlights the synthesis, characterization and applications of Curcumin nanoparticles […]