Gibraltar Island Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab, The Ohio State University’s island campus on Lake Erie, conclude the 2018 Guest Lecture series on August 2 with Rich Carter, executive administrator of the Fish Management Group at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Carter will present “Fish Management in the 21st Century.”
The evening will start with a research brief at 7 p.m., where Dr. Jonathan Bossenbroek, professor of ecology at The University of Toledo, will present “Invasive Species Management and Research: Are we working at the same scales?” Bossenbroek’s research focuses on using landscape ecology and modeling in invasive species management and conservation work.
Stone Lab’s annual Guest Lecture Series features speakers from Ohio universities, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and private consulting firms, all covering topics related to the Lake Erie environment.
Members of the public are invited to see the lecture series live at Stone Lab on Gibraltar Island, or to tune into the live stream online. A recorded video will also be made available the next day. Information on all viewing options is available at go.osu.edu/stonelablectures.
Located on the 6.5-acre Gibraltar Island in Put-in-Bay harbor, Stone Laboratory is Ohio State’s island campus on Lake Erie and the research, education, and outreach facility of the Ohio Sea Grant College Program. Established in 1895, Stone Laboratory is the oldest freshwater biological field station in the United States and the center of The Ohio State University’s teaching and research on Lake Erie. Stone Lab offers 25 college-credit science courses each summer for undergraduate and graduate students, advanced high school students, and educators. For information on Stone Laboratory, visit stonelab.osu.edu.