July 22, 2009
Want to know what it’s like to take a class at Stone Lab? A group of dedicated student bloggers have been sharing their experiences on the web.
July 21, 2009
This week, 18 educators from throughout the Great Lakes region are traveling along the Lake Erie coast as part of the COSEE Great Lakes Lake Erie Exploration Workshop.
June 30, 2009
Joe Lucente, Ohio State University Sea Grant Extension Educator, has been honored with the 2009 Great Lakes Sea Grant Network (GLSGN) Mid-Career Award from the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network Program. He competed with Sea Grant Extension Agents from all seven other Great Lakes programs and was selected to receive the award through a competitive peer-reviewed application process that recognizes outstanding service to the GLSGN.
June 30, 2009
The Ohio State University Sea Grant Ohio Clean Marinas Program has received a Great Lakes Outreach Superior Programming Award from the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network for its Boat Shrink Wrap Recycling Program. The award recognizes a multi-program or single state multi-partner initiative that has helped solve a problem of major importance in the Great Lakes basin.
June 19, 2009
This summer, the Aquatic Visitors Center will again open its doors to the public, thanks to a partnership between the Ohio Department of Natural Resources-Division of Wildlife and Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory. The center joins Stone Lab and the South Bass Island Lighthouse as landmarks operated by Ohio State in the Put−in−Bay area, giving visitors a variety of ways to explore history while learning more about Lake Erie science and research.
June 16, 2009
CSI: Lake Erie, a new guided tour of three South Bass Island attractions, will be available this summer thanks to a partnership between Ohio Sea Grant and the National Park Service.
June 16, 2009
A new model of Lake Erie being developed by Ohio Sea Grant researcher Dr. Ethan Kubatko, Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science at Ohio State University, may make it possible to one day predict water levels, water velocities, and other physical changes in the lake with greater accuracy.
June 5, 2009
Stone Laboratory, Ohio State University’s island campus on Lake Erie
April 27, 2009
The herbicide Roundup may be contributing to the growth of harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie, according to Ohio Sea Grant researchers. Drs. R. Michael McKay and George Bullerjahn of BGSU are studying the impact of glyphosate, a phosphonate and the main ingredient in the commonly used herbicide, on blue-green algae found in Lake Erie.
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