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Forecast for Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie 2022

June 30, 2022 – Ohio Sea Grant & Stone Lab will host NOAA's 2022 seasonal forecast for HABs in Lake Erie

Stone Laboratory and Ohio Sea Grant at The Ohio State University will host a live web event for NOAA’s annual HABs Forecast for western Lake Erie on June 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET. In addition to the official forecast, the event will feature spring nutrient loading and projections along with expert commentary and highlights of recent research efforts and successes.


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Speakers

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

    Maumee River Loadings: March – July 2022

  • Dr. Rick Stumpf
    Oceanographer, NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science

    2022 Forecast of the Western Lake Erie Harmful Algal Bloom

  • Santina Wortman
    Physical Scientist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

    Federal efforts to reduce nutrients under the GLWQA and the GLRI

  • Dr. Mark Rowe
    Research Physical Scientist, NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory

    NOAA’s Lake Erie Hypoxia Forecast: Status and Future Plans

  • Dr. Chris Winslow
    Director, Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory

    Project Updates
    The H2Ohio Wetland Monitoring Program: Leveraging the Lake Erie and Aquatic Research Network (LEARN) – Dr. Lauren Kinsman-Costello, Kent State University
    Pilot Watershed Project – Dr. Jay Martin, The Ohio State University
    Cleveland Water Alliance Smart Lake Erie Watershed Technology Testbed – Bryan Stubbs and Ebie Holst, Cleveland Water Alliance
    U.S. Department of Energy COMPASS Project – Dr. Michael Weintraub, The University of Toledo
    Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative – Dr. Kristen Fussell, Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab

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