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Webinar: Forecast for Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie in 2016

July 7, 2016 – Ohio Sea Grant & Stone Lab will host a public webinar to explain NOAA's 2016 seasonal forecast for HABs in Lake Erie

Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory will host a public webinar to explain NOAA’s 2016 Seasonal Forecast of Harmful Algal Blooms for Lake Erie. The event will feature expert commentary, a discussion of the history of this issue on Lake Erie, and the U.S. response to the problem.


Please register for the webinar to receive an automated email with log-in instructions.

Speakers

  • Dr. Christopher Winslow
    Interim Director, Ohio Sea Grant & Stone Laboratory

    Update on Ohio Sea Grant managed research projects

  • Dr. Laura Johnson
    Research Scientist National Center for Water Quality Research, Heidelberg University

    2016 Maumee River nutrient loading

  • Dr. Rick Stumpf
    Oceanographer, National Center for Coastal Ocean Science, NOAA

    Lake Erie 2016 HABs Forecast

  • Dr. Jeff Reutter
    Special Advisor, Ohio Sea Grant & Stone Laboratory and US Co-Chair of the Objectives and Targets Task Team of Annex 4 of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement

    Updates on Annex 4 Task Team efforts

  • Dr. Tom Bridgeman
    Associate Professor, University of Toledo

    Phosphorus Sources in Western Lake Erie: how important is sediment P?

  • Dr. Jay Martin
    Professor and Faculty Lead for the Field to Faucet Initiative, The Ohio State University

    Multi-model approach to guiding agricultural nutrient load reductions for Lake Erie

  • Dr. Conor Keitzer
    Post-Doctoral Fellow, The Ohio State University

    The Nature Conservancy’s western Lake Erie basin CEAP project highlights

  • Gail Hesse
    Great Lakes Water Program Director, National Wildlife Federation and Chair, Ohio Phosporus Task Force

    Implementation planning related to Collaborative Agreement and the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement

Expert Guests

  • Dr. Tim Davis
    Molecular HAB Ecologist, NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL)
  • Dr. Mike McKay
    Professor, Bowling Green State University
  • Dr. George Bullerjahn
    Professor, Bowling Green State University
  • Dr. John F. Bratton
    Senior Scientist, LimnoTech and Co-Chair of the Modeling Sub-Team for Annex 4
  • Dr. Don Scavia
    Director and Professor, Graham Sustainability Institute, University of Michigan and Co-Chair of the Modeling Sub-Team for Annex 4

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