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Chequamegon Bay Climate Change Database

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Data Visualizations

Data visualizations Reporting our Data. Here are the current data visualizations produced by the Center for Rural Communities. For more information, contact us. Northwoods Demographics Database Chequamegon Bay Climate Change Database…  Read More

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Researchers Prep region for Climate Change

By Marie Zhuikov, Wisconsin Sea Grant Science Communicator Intense storms this fall breached a barge connection system in the Ashland, Wis. harbor, designed to protect the Northern States Power Superfund site. Soil and groundwater at the site are contaminated with tar, oil, metals and other chemical pollutants. The damage postponed cleanup efforts until next spring,…  Read More …  Read More

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Human-Environment Connection

The CRC engages in projects that capture attitudes, perceptions and behaviors related to the natural environment, and that explore how policies and changes in the environment affect quality of life, attachment to place, and well-being.…  Read More

Publications

A listing and links to publications produced by the Northland College Center for Rural Communities.…  Read More

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Researchers Create Model for the Great Lakes

The White House Council on Environmental Quality last year identified seven important landscapes for conservation and restoration, naming among others the Hawaiian Islands, Washington’s Puget Sound, the Florida Everglades and a section of the Great Lakes — a 6.3 million-acre stretch of coastal wetlands from Saginaw Bay on southern Lake Huron to western Lake Erie.…  Read More …  Read More

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