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Sturgeon Spearing: A Wisconsin Tradition

UW Sea Grant Education Outreach Specialist Kathleen Schmitt Kline discusses the Wisconsin tradition of sturgeon spearing with Wisconsin Public Radio.

12 MIN2014 FEB 7
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Sturgeon Spearing: A Wisconsin Tradition

Jim Hurley on WUWM

Water Resources Institute Director Jim Hurley talks with the hosts of Milwaukee Public Radio's Lake Effect on his recent research, which shows how quickly mercury is absorbed into the environment.

16 MIN2013 JAN 8
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Jim Hurley on WUWM

John Karl on WUWM

UW Sea Grant's John Karl talks with WUWM about shipwrecks around the shorelines of Wisconsin and the dangers of navigating these ships in the 19th century.

3 MIN2012 DEC 14
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John Karl on WUWM

Jim Hurley on WFAW

Michael Clish, the host of WFAW 940 AM’s “Morning Magazine” in Fort Atkinson chats with UW Sea Grant director Jim Hurley about what Sea Grant does and why its mission to fund Great Lakes-based research is so important.

19 MIN2012 NOV 29
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Jim Hurley on WFAW

Wisconsin’s Sturgeon

On Wisconsin Life commentator Kathy Kline shares the extraordinary story of Wisconsin’s sturgeon. Kathy is a co-author of People of the Sturgeon: Wisconsin’s Love Affair with an Ancient Fish.

3 MIN2012 AUG 17
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Wisconsin’s Sturgeon

Sturgeon Thunder

Acoustic ecologist Chris Bocast discusses the sound called “sturgeon thunder” with Wisconsin Life.

3 MIN2012 AUG 16
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Sturgeon Thunder

Tamara Thomsen on WFAW

Wisconsin Historical Society underwater archaeologist Tamara Thomsen does an interview with WFAW-AM in Fort Atkinson about the Australasia dive.

15 MIN2012 JUL 19
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Tamara Thomsen on WFAW
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Latest Episodes

Sturgeon Spearing: A Wisconsin Tradition

UW Sea Grant Education Outreach Specialist Kathleen Schmitt Kline discusses the Wisconsin tradition of sturgeon spearing with Wisconsin Public Radio.

12 MIN2014 FEB 7
Comments
Sturgeon Spearing: A Wisconsin Tradition

Jim Hurley on WUWM

Water Resources Institute Director Jim Hurley talks with the hosts of Milwaukee Public Radio's Lake Effect on his recent research, which shows how quickly mercury is absorbed into the environment.

16 MIN2013 JAN 8
Comments
Jim Hurley on WUWM

John Karl on WUWM

UW Sea Grant's John Karl talks with WUWM about shipwrecks around the shorelines of Wisconsin and the dangers of navigating these ships in the 19th century.

3 MIN2012 DEC 14
Comments
John Karl on WUWM

Jim Hurley on WFAW

Michael Clish, the host of WFAW 940 AM’s “Morning Magazine” in Fort Atkinson chats with UW Sea Grant director Jim Hurley about what Sea Grant does and why its mission to fund Great Lakes-based research is so important.

19 MIN2012 NOV 29
Comments
Jim Hurley on WFAW

Wisconsin’s Sturgeon

On Wisconsin Life commentator Kathy Kline shares the extraordinary story of Wisconsin’s sturgeon. Kathy is a co-author of People of the Sturgeon: Wisconsin’s Love Affair with an Ancient Fish.

3 MIN2012 AUG 17
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Wisconsin’s Sturgeon

Sturgeon Thunder

Acoustic ecologist Chris Bocast discusses the sound called “sturgeon thunder” with Wisconsin Life.

3 MIN2012 AUG 16
Comments
Sturgeon Thunder

Tamara Thomsen on WFAW

Wisconsin Historical Society underwater archaeologist Tamara Thomsen does an interview with WFAW-AM in Fort Atkinson about the Australasia dive.

15 MIN2012 JUL 19
Comments
Tamara Thomsen on WFAW
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