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IAGLR 2015: New Views New Tools


Researchers from around the world will gather in Burlington, Vermont, for IAGLR's 58th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. The conference takes place May 25-29 and features scientific sessions and speakers focusing on this year's theme: New Views New Tools. Registration closes on May 8!

Science shines light on algal bloom problems

Sandusky Register (4/23)

Scientists are gaining new insights into what causes harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie and what should be done to deal with them, a Bowling Green State University scientist said at the BGSU Firelands campus in Huron, Ohio.

Researchers set their sights on Lake Michigan


Research into Lake Michigan’s rapidly-changing ecosystems will leap forward this year with help from intensive field sampling coordinated by Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant. The Lake Michigan Cooperative Science and Monitoring Initiative is part of a larger binational effort to advance Great Lakes monitoring and research.

New podcast on Wisconsin aquifers and watersheds


A new, free podcast series from Wisconsin Sea Grant takes listeners into the field and interviews researchers working on Wisconsin’s water resource issues to ask, “What’s important for people to know?” The podcast can be found on iTunes or by visiting Wisconsin Sea Grant's podcast page.

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