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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.

More holes found under Mount Baldy at Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

CBS Chicago (8/14)

Geologists investigating the mysterious hole that swallowed a 6-year-old boy last summer have found itís just one of many under the dunes on the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.

Study says Lake Erie walleye, yellow perch might survive Asian carp invasion

The Associated Press (8/8)

A successful invasion of Lake Erie by Asian carp wouldn't necessarily doom its valuable sport fish such as yellow perch and walleye, a newly released scientific paper said. But there's too much uncertainty to relax efforts to keep the carp out of Lake Erie, scientists said.

NASA space technology used to battle Lake Erie's algae problems

The Plain Dealer (8/7)

NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland has become an integral part of the battle to diagnose and forecast Lake Erie's devastating harmful algal blooms.

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