KARE-TV - Minneapolis, MN (10/7)
Researchers at the University of Minnesota say a parasite that dissolves muscle is attacking fish in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Great Lakes Echo (9/30)
Fish living in mild-temperature regions benefit from some aspects of climate change, such as more water flowing through rivers. But the negative impacts outweigh the positive ones, according to a study recently published.
In Michigan, U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters announced two Economic Development Administration grants for studies focused on the Port of Muskegon.
Great Lake Echo (9/23)
Canadian researchers are plunging deep beneath the ammonia-rich bird waste on eastern Lake Ontario’s islands to uncover the ecological implications of a growing population of double-crested cormorants.
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