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What's New on the Wisconsin Sea Grant Website




Check out these recent additions to the University of Wisconsin Sea
Grant Institute's website:

* THE TUG OTTAWA
(www.seagrant.wisc.edu/Communications/Shipwrecks/Ottawa/) -- The newest
in our Lake Superior shipwrecks series
(www.seagrant.wisc.edu/Communications/Shipwrecks/). Ravaged by fire
after a fighting for a week to save a disabled steamer, the OTTAWA sank
in 1909. Popular among kayakers, snorkelers and divers alike, the OTTAWA
lies in 12-16 feet of water at the northern edge of Red Cliff Bay, north
of Bayfield, Wis., just 25 yards off shore.

* GIFTS OF THE GLACIERS (www.seagrant.wisc.edu/GreatLakes/GlacialGift/)
-- An overview of the Great Lakes basin, featuring profiles of each
lake.

* ARGENTUM (www.seagrant.wisc.edu/Argentum/)-- Find out about past and
future activities of this series of international conferences on the
transport, fate and effects of silver in the environment, sponsored by
Eastman Kodak Company and the UW Sea Grant Institute.

* MADISON JASON STUDENT ART GALLERY
(www.seagrant.wisc.edu/madisonjason9/art_gallery2.html) -- The latest
addition to our Gold Medal-winning website, featuring art, poems and
stories by Madison-area 4th-9th grade students who participated in last
year's international JASON Project IX, led by TITANIC discoverer Robert
Ballard.

For one-stop shopping, a link to each is currently featured under
"What's New" on our homepage (www.seagrant.wisc.edu).

Enjoy!

- Stephen Wittman
Assistant Director for Communications
University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
voice 608/263-5371 * fax 608/263-2063