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Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory

181: New Report Combines Ohio Algae Research to Guide Farming Practices

June 29, 2011

A new report was released last week that combines the research of multiple Lake Erie scientists and management agencies.

Phosphorus Research Report »

182: New Ohio Sea Grant Twine Line Now Available

June 16, 2011

The latest Ohio Sea Grant Twine Line is now online at

Ohio Sea Grant Twine Line »

183: Miami University Student Receives Knauss Fellowship

June 10, 2011

The National Sea Grant Office has awarded a Miami University graduate student, a Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship.

Knauss Fellowship »

184: Friends of Stone Laboratory Award 10 High School Students Scholarships for Summer Classes

June 10, 2011

At the Ohio Academy of Science State Science Day, Stone Laboratory and Friends of Stone Lab awarded 10 young scientists scholarships to Stone Lab this summer.

State Science Day Scholarships »

185: Keep It Clean When Preparing Boats for Summer Boating Fun

May 26, 2011

Boat owners can help keep the environment clean by adopting a series of best management practices developed through the Ohio Clean Marinas Program.

Clean Boat Maintenance »

186: Latest Issue of Twine Line Now Online

May 16, 2011

The latest Ohio Sea Grant Twine Line is now online at

Ohio Sea Grant Twine Line »

187: Stone Laboratory Announces Guest Lecture Schedule

May 16, 2011

Stone Laboratory, Ohio State University’s island campus on Lake Erie, has announced its 2011 Guest Lecture Series beginning June 16. Each Thursday evening lecture will begin at 7:45 p.m., lasting until approximately 9 p.m.

Stone Lab Guest Lecture Series »

188: Recycled Marine Shrink Wrap Makes Roadways Safer

April 18, 2011

The Ohio Clean Marinas Program and its partners encourage boaters, marina operators, and greenhouse facility operators to recycle their plastic shrink wrap this season by taking it to a collection site.

Recycle Your Shrink Wrap »

189: Scientific Researchers and Agency Managers Discuss Reducing Phosphorus

April 12, 2011

Research scientists and management agencies are working together to reduce the amount of phosphorus that is entering Lake Erie and Ohio’s streams and lakes. Investigators and agency representatives met March 28 to discuss research results and implications for management actions to improve the situation.

Phosphorus Research Meeting »

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