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N. WISCONSIN - Research buoys were launched last summer on Lake Namekagon by students from Northland College to collect data like temperature, oxygen levels and chlorophyll and then report back. The website to collect and then share the data is now up and reporting on the condition of Namekagon as well as Jackson and Garden lakes. Being able to see chlorophyll and oxygen levels can help predict if algae blooms are happening, which can be harmful to humans and animals. The data collected by the program through the Mary Griggs Burke Center for Freshwater Innovation can help predict and maintain the health of local lakes and help other states as well. More information can be found at

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