Center for Limnology

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The Center for Limnology (CFL) is a research center within the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. Established by the UW-Madison Board of Regents in July 1982, the mission of the center is to plan, conduct, and facilitate inland water research.

Current research facilities[edit]

The CFL consists of two main research stations: the Arthur D. Hasler Laboratory for Limnology on the UW-Madison campus in Madison, Wisconsin (Hasler Lab), and the Trout Lake Station, in Boulder Junction, Wisconsin.

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