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Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory

172: Hageman Retires from Ohio Sea Grant After Introducing Thousands of Students to Science

August 30, 2011

John Hageman pulled his first fish trawl on Lake Erie as a high school sophomore during a Stone Lab field trip and he hasn’t ever forgotten the excitement. In fact, it will be what he misses the most when he retires at the end of this month.

Hageman Retires from Ohio Sea Grant »

173: OSU Researcher’s Work Rewarded by Seeing Lake Erie Watersnake Removed from Endangered List

August 16, 2011

An Ohio State University Sea Grant researcher is seeing her hard work pay off after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) removed the Lake Erie Watersnake from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife on Monday.

Lake Erie Watersnake Delisted »

174: Ohio Sea Grant Offers Close-Up View of Lake Erie Science, Tourism to Local and State Legislators

August 11, 2011

Ohio State University’s Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory hosted more than 130 local and state elected officials and representatives from nearly 40 organizations during its 19th Legislative Days on Lake Erie August 4 and 5.

Legislative Days on Lake Erie »

175: OSU Educator Receives Congressional Flag, Commendations for Career Accomplishments

August 9, 2011

U.S. 5th District Representative Bob Latta (R-Ohio) recognized Stone Lab Co-Manager Hageman’s service to the program, the state, and Lake Erie by flying an American flag over the U.S. Capitol on July 14.

Hageman Receives Commendations »

176: Ohio Sea Grant Educator Receives Multiple Awards for Outdoor Writing

July 26, 2011

John Hageman, Co-Manager at Ohio State’ Stone Laboratory and Ottawa County Extension Educator, received three awards for his magazine writing at the Outdoor Writers of Ohio Conference.

Hageman Receives Writing Awards »

177: Small Lake Erie Mayfly Population Points to Low Water Oxygen Levels

July 15, 2011

An abundance of mayflies shows that Lake Erie is healthy. But this year, locals and several charter boat captains have noticed a shortage of the insects.

Mayflies Indicate Water Quality »

178: Family-Friendly Programs, Tours Available at Put-in-Bay

July 13, 2011

Families can learn about the science, history, and environmental issues of Lake Erie this summer with tours and programs at the AVC.

Tours, AVC Saturday Programs »

179: Ohio State University’s Huntley Receives Regional Award for High Impact Program Achievements

July 6, 2011

Ohio Sea Grant Extension Tourism Program Director Melinda Huntley received the Early Career Individual Achievement Award on June 21 at the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network annual meeting.

Huntley Wins Award »

180: Researchers Find Harmful Algae in Lake Erie Tributaries Early in Year

July 1, 2011

Scientists have discovered samples of harmful algae farther from Lake Erie and earlier in the year than they expected.

Phosphorus Research »

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