Yahara in situ is the blog of the UW-Madison’s Water Sustainability and Climate (WSC) project, a five-year, NSF-funded endeavor to understand how water and the benefits people derive from nature could change over time. The blog is a collection of research updates, reflections, and images from the project’s diverse team of scientists. Like the WSC project’s research, the blog is focused on Wisconsin’s Yahara Watershed, a place that is both unique and representative of the Upper Midwest. Since our research is place-based, we are doing things “in situ”–hence, the blog’s name. This blog is part of the project’s effort to make its exciting research accessible to a broader audience and to connect it with life in the Yahara Watershed.
Learn more about the WSC project at https://wsc.limnology.wisc.edu/.