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Summer vacation researching lakes

The Journal Gazette (8/25)

Steve Park, a seventh-grade science teacher from Riverview Middle School in Huntington, Ind. spent a portion of his summer on an Environmental Protection Agency research vessel.

Senators announce funding for University of Michigan project

WKZO - Washington, D.C. (8/25)

Senators Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin say that a grant for the University of Michigan will help develop models to protect Lake Erie from the effects of algal blooms.

Algae-produced microcystin may follow blooms across lake

The Toledo Blade (8/21)

From the boat docks of Ohio State Universityís Stone Laboratory, practically a stoneís throw from the party headquarters known as Put-in-Bay tiny green specs are in the early stages of bunching up and floating on Lake Erieís surface. Itís been an all-too-familiar sight to Great Lakes scientists who use that lab, the oldest freshwater field station in the United States, since 1995.

Recent workshop discussed new Rural Stormwater Management Model

Clinton News Record (8/18)

Eighty people took part in a technical workshop held recently regarding a new Rural Stormwater Management Model being developed for Lake Huronís southeast shoreline.

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