• Click here to read article by John Magnuson from Friends of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve, Pages 4-5
  • Partners in Giving
  • Click here to read about Spiny Water Flea found in Trout Lake
  • Click here to read article from College of Letters & Science Annual Report - page 22
  • Trout Lake Station Open House 2014
  • Click here for photos from Hasler Lab Open House - June 2014
  • Yahara 2070 - UW scientists lay out scenarios

Welcome to limnology, the scientific study of inland waters

Hasler Lim Lab The Center for Limnology operates two field stations.  Arthur D. Hasler Laboratory of Limnology (Hasler Lim Lab) is a working research station on the shores of Lake Mendota within the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.

Trout Lake Station (TLS) is a year-round field station operated by the CenterTrout Lake Station for Limnology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Located in the Northern Highland Lake District in northern Wisconsin, the station provides access to a wide variety of aquatic ecosystems and their surrounding landscapes.  More than 2500 lakes are within 50km of the station. 

Click here to read about the history of the Center for Limnology.