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WOW Staff
Learn about the staff behind Water on the Web project:

Lindsay Anderson
Rich Axler
Cindy Hagley
George Host
Barbara Liukkonen
Glenn Merrick
Nate Meyer
Kent Montgomery
Bruce Munson
Del Nordman
Chris Owen
Jane Reed
Carl Richards
Scott Robertson
Elaine Ruzycki
Alexander Tokhtuev
Norm Will
 
  About Us : Publications
 

Axler, R. and M. Lonsdale. 2003 (In Press). EPA Coastlines Issue 13.1 (February 2003) (http://www.epa.gov/owow/estuaries/coastlines) . DuluthStreams: Community Partnerships For Understanding Water Quality and Stormwater Impacts at the Head of the Great Lakes (Note- this story also describes WOW and how it spawned, and is interconnected to 3 EPA-EMPACT community education projects based on real-time environmental data). Coastlines is the bi-monthly newsletter of the USEPA National Estuary Program. It features stories about estuary program efforts underway to protect our coasts and includes citizen volunteer programs, scientific research projects, K-12 educational programs and special events.

Munson, B., R. Huber, R. Axler, G. Host, C. Hagley, C. Moore and G. Merrick. 2003. Investigating water quality through the Internet. The Science Teacher (Jan 2003) 70(1): 44-49.

Axler, R. et al. 2003 (In prep). Lakes: Biological Processes and Lakes: Chemical Processes for Water Sciences encyclopedia to be published by the Gale Group as part of the Macmillan Science Library for Students series, targeting high school freshmen.

US EPA. 2000. Delivering time-relevant water quality information to your community: the Lake Access-Minneapolis Project. US EPA, EPA/625/R-00/012. 82 p.

Axler, R. 2000. Water on the Web: Integrating real-time data with educational curricula using the Internet, Students monitoring Minnesota rivers and lakes over the Internet. Minnesota Lakes Reporter 4(2): 1-8.

Axler, R.P., J. Barten, G.E. Host, B.H. Munson, C.A. Hagley, B. Liukkonen, and C. J. Owen. 2000. Water on the Web and Lake Access: some lessons from continuous lake monitoring. Focus 10,000 11:17-20.

Host, G.E., N.R. Will, R.P. Axler, C.J. Owen, and B.H. Munson. 2000. Interactive technologies for collecting and visualizing water quality data. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 12:39-45.

Munson, B.H., G.E. Host, C.A. Hagley, and R.P. Axler. 2000. Water on the Web. ENC Focus 7:30-32.

Liukkonen, B. 2000. Water on the Web: Integrating Real-Time Data with Educational Curricula Through the Internet. Minngram, Univ. of Minnesota Water Resources Center.

Host, G. E., B. H. Munson, R. P. Axler, C. A. Hagley, G. Merrick, and C. J. Owen. 1999. Water on the Web: Students Monitoring Minnesota Rivers and Lakes over the Internet. Proceedings: AWRA Symposium on Water Resources and the World Wide Web, Seattle, WA. Dec 5-9, 1999.

Axler, R. P., B.Munson, C.Hagley, G.Host and C. Owen. Water on the Web -Integrating Real-Time Data with Educational Curricula via the Internet. EPA's "Non-point Source News", Nov/Dec 1999.

October, 1999. Published Water on the Web overview booklet.

October, 1999. Water on the Web CD developed for dissemination.
 

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