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Webinar: Forecast for Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie in 2017

July 13, 2017 – Ohio Sea Grant & Stone Lab will host a public webinar to explain NOAA's 2017 seasonal forecast for HABs in Lake Erie

NOTE This event occurs in the past

Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory will host a public webinar to explain NOAA’s 2017 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.

Event Recording


  • Dr. Christopher Winslow
    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

    2017 Maumee River Nutrient Loading

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

    Lake Erie 2017 HABs Forecast

    1. Download
  • Karen Kavanaugh
    Oceanographer/HAB Product Coordinator, NOAA

    Lake Erie Harmful Algal Bloom Forecast System

    1. Download
  • Dr. Jason Huntley
    Associate Professor, Medical Microbiology and Immunology, University of Toledo

    Using Naturally-Occurring Lake Erie Bacteria to Degrade the Microcystin Toxin MC-LR

    1. Download
  • Dr. Stu Ludsin
    Associate Professor, Aquatic Ecology Lab, The Ohio State University

    Are Fish Harvested in Lake Erie During the Harmful Algal Bloom Season Safe to Eat?

    1. Download
  • Greg LaBarge
    Agronomic Crop Field Specialist, Ohio State University Extension

    Implementing Best Management Practices on Western Lake Erie Basin Farms

    1. Download
  • Melinda Huntley
    Executive Director, Ohio Travel Association

    The Importance of the Lake Erie Travel Economy: What Can We Do to Protect Businesses, Jobs and Communities?

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