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Climate Connections: Wisconsin’s lakes are warming up. That may spell trouble for species below the surface

With its big, glassy eyes and sharp teeth, the fish has wriggled its way to icon status among Wisconsin’s wildlife. Known as ogaa in the…
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Wisconsin’s freshwater ecosystems face change due to shorter, unpredictable winters, expert says

Associate professor at the University of Wisconsin Center for Limnology Hilary Dugan shared research Tuesday on the effect of changing winters and climate change on…
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With little snow and record highs, Wisconsin winter tourism industry finds ways to adapt

At the trailhead for the American Birkebeiner Ski Race in northern Wisconsin, it almost looked like winter.
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As Wisconsin’s climate gets warmer and wetter, beloved winter activities could be in jeopardy

For many who ski the American Birkebeiner, the end of the race is the best part.
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Ice fishing obsession faces peril in changing Wisconsin climate

Madison is defined by its lakes, and in the winter when the water freezes over, those lakes become spotted with hundreds of people ice fishing.
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Heat waves are a sign of “creeping changes” in climate, expert says

There’s no easy way to say it: the heat is only getting worse.
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Climate change is already hurting Michigan’s cherry, apple crops — and it could get worse

Juliette King McAvoy's family built a fruit empire in what might seem an unlikely place.
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Northern Michigan ski industry sounds off on new report citing climate change for loss of billions

Northern Michigan’s ski industry reacts to a new report showing that US ski businesses have lost billions over the years because of climate change.
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Michigan winters are not the same and that’s affecting our culture

Most snowmobile trails aren’t groomed until there’s at least 8 inches of snow on the ground. It’s 6 inches for a cross-country ski trail.
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Heat’s a danger to farmworkers in Stanislaus, Valley region. Climate change makes it worse

This story is part of a Modesto Bee series on climate change impacts for Stanislaus County.
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