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2024 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

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2024 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

2023 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

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2023 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

2023 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

LENGTH: 1 page

2023 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

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2023 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

2023 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

LENGTH: 1 page

Twine Line Fall/Winter 2022

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Twine Line Fall/Winter 2022

The Fall/Winter 2022 issue of Twine Line covers water quality research, virtual education, the problems with (and possible solutions for) plastic bags, and much more!

VOLUME: 44 ISSUE: 1 LENGTH: 23 pages

Student Spotlight: MK Rinderle

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Student Spotlight: MK Rinderle

MK Rinderle is senior environmental science major at The Ohio State University’s School of Environment and Natural Resources. In 2022, she spent the summer at Stone Lab as part of the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Fellowship Program.

The program allowed her to completely focus on her research and expand what she learned on Ohio State’s Columbus campus to a larger lab setting. MK completed water quality research with Dr. Justin Chaffin, studying harmful algal blooms using some of Stone Lab’s new mesocosms, which are large tanks of lake water that mimic the natural environment better than smaller bottle experiments. The data they collected in those experiments will help Great Lakes researchers continue to address Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms and provide safe drinking water for millions of people living near the lake.

Stone Lab's Research Experience for Undergraduates Fellowship Program

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Stone Lab's Research Experience for Undergraduates Fellowship Program

MK Rinderle is senior environmental science major at The Ohio State University’s School of Environment and Natural Resources. In 2022, she spent the summer at Stone Lab as part of the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Fellowship Program.

The program allowed her to completely focus on her research and expand what she learned on Ohio State’s Columbus campus to a larger lab setting. MK completed water quality research with Dr. Justin Chaffin, studying harmful algal blooms using some of Stone Lab’s new mesocosms, which are large tanks of lake water that mimic the natural environment better than smaller bottle experiments. The data they collected in those experiments will help Great Lakes researchers continue to address Lake Erie’s harmful algal blooms and provide safe drinking water for millions of people living near the lake.

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2022

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Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2022

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2022

2022 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

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2022 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

2022 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

LENGTH: 1 page

2022 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

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2022 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

2022 Stone Lab Scholarships Flyer

LENGTH: 1 page

2022 Research Aide Flyer

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2022 Research Aide Flyer

2022 Research Aide Flyer

LENGTH: 1 page

2022 Research Experience for Undergraduates Flyer

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2022 Research Experience for Undergraduates Flyer

2022 Research Experience for Undergraduates Flyer

LENGTH: 1 page

2022 Student Jobs Flyer

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2022 Student Jobs Flyer

2022 Student Jobs Flyer

LENGTH: 1 page

2022 Biological Field Station Assistant Flyer

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2022 Biological Field Station Assistant Flyer

2022 Biological Field Station Assistant Flyer

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Green Improvements at Stone Lab

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Green Improvements at Stone Lab

As part of an overall commitment to a healthier environment, Ohio Sea Grant and Ohio State’s Stone Lab are implementing green energy and water-saving measures at their facilities on Gibraltar and South Bass Islands. In addition to reducing energy consumption and associated costs for the facilities, these green technologies will create excellent opportunities for research, education and outreach programs at Stone Lab.

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Stone Lab Virtual Open House

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Stone Lab Virtual Open House

While we couldn’t welcome guests to Gibraltar Island this year, Stone Lab staff created a virtual tour to learn more about the Lake Erie islands and Stone Lab research, and to show off some beautiful views.

DURATION: 8 mins

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2021

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Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2021

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2021

Stone Lab Virtual Open House Tour

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Stone Lab Virtual Open House Tour

While we couldn’t welcome guests to Gibraltar Island this year, Stone Lab staff created a virtual tour to learn more about the Lake Erie islands and Stone Lab history, and to show off some beautiful views.

DURATION: 9 mins

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2020

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Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2020

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2020

VOLUME: 4 ISSUE: 2

Stone Lab REU Presentations 2020

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Stone Lab REU Presentations 2020

Stone Lab’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) students present the results of their independent research projects.

DURATION: ~ 1 hr, 40 mins

Twine Line Spring/Summer 2020

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Twine Line Spring/Summer 2020

Ohio Sea Grant researchers and Extension specialists are working to protect public health, prevent plastic pollution and maintain drinking water safety.

VOLUME: 42 ISSUE: 1 LENGTH: 19 pages

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter January 2020

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Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter January 2020

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter January 2020

VOLUME: 4 ISSUE: 1

2020 Stone Lab Biological Sciences Library Display

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2020 Stone Lab Biological Sciences Library Display

2020 Stone Lab Biological Sciences Library Display

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2020 Stone Lab Jennings Hall Display

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2020 Stone Lab Jennings Hall Display

2020 Stone Lab Jennings Hall Display

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Twine Line Fall/Winter 2019

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Twine Line Fall/Winter 2019

The Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative (HABRI) continues to help protect Ohio residents from algal toxins. Researchers are making promising progress on solutions for tracking blooms, protecting drinking water, reducing public health impacts and supporting sustainable agriculture efforts.

VOLUME: 41 ISSUE: 3 LENGTH: 19 pages

2020 Stone Lab Vertical Poster

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2020 Stone Lab Vertical Poster

2020 Stone Lab Vertical Poster

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2020 Stone Lab Overview Brochure

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2020 Stone Lab Overview Brochure

A complete overview of the summer 2020 Stone Lab course offerings and details for studying on the island

LENGTH: 19 pages

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2019

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Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2019

Friends of Stone Lab eNewsletter August 2019

VOLUME: 3 ISSUE: 1

Stone Lab REU Presentations 2019

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Stone Lab REU Presentations 2019

Student Presenters

Survivorship of Red-winged Blackbirds and American Robins in Human Dominated Areas and Wildlife Preserves
Kevin Perozeni, The Ohio State University (Ornithology REU)

Does Turbidity Type Affect Lure Color Preference in Smallmouth Bass?
Luke Bobay, The Ohio State University (Ichthyology REU)

Investigating the Environmental Drivers of Phytoplankton Community Composition and Cyanotoxin Production in the Maumee River
Audrey Laiveling, University of Cincinnati (Limnology REU)

Effect of Emerald Ash Borer on Lowland Forest Composition of Kelleys Island
Malia Southard, The Ohio State University (Botany REU)

Effects of Light and Nutrients on Benthic Cyanobacteria in Lake Erie
Sophia Schroeder, The Ohio State University (Limnology REU)

Does Microcystis Act as a Biological Phosphorus Pump?
Kathryn Jobe, The Ohio State University (Limnology REU)

LENGTH: 116 pages

Twine Line Spring/Summer 2019

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Twine Line Spring/Summer 2019

Ohio Sea Grant education expands Lake Erie knowledge across the region through professional learning opportunities and curriculum lessons. Read about how educators have applied what they learned at Stone Lab and elsewhere in this issue of Twine Line.

  • By The Numbers
  • Taking Care of Business: Ohio Sea Grant Extension helps local governments support business communities
  • Something for All Ages: Stone Lab tours bring science and knowledge to South Bass Island visitors
  • To the Birds: Ohio Lake Erie Birding Trail Guide
  • Climate Team: Collaborative effort brings climate curriculum to region
  • Power Up: Solar energy powers Stone Lab education curriculum
  • Social Media Highlights
  • Student Spotlight: Anthony Tambini
  • On the Island: Stone Lab events
  • @ Stone Lab: Real-world perspective
VOLUME: 41 ISSUE: 2 LENGTH: 19 pages

2019 Ohio Sea Grant Kiosk Panel

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2019 Ohio Sea Grant Kiosk Panel

Lake Erie is the warmest, shallowest and most productive of all of the Great Lakes, producing more fish for human consumption than the rest of the Great Lakes combined. As one of Ohio’s most valuable natural resources, the lake needs to be protected. Our economy, environment and quality of life depend on it.

Ohio Sea Grant, based at The Ohio State University, uses research, education and outreach to preserve Lake Erie and other natural resources for generations to come. Ohio Sea Grant is part of NOAA Sea Grant, a national network of 34 Sea Grant programs dedicated to the protection and sustainable use of marine and Great Lakes resources.

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2019 Ohio Sea Grant in the Last Five Years Kiosk

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2019 Ohio Sea Grant in the Last Five Years Kiosk

This flyer summarizes the major accomplishments of Ohio Sea Grant in the past 5 years and explains some of the most important impacts the organization has made in its 50 years.

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2019 AVC Kiosk Panel

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2019 AVC Kiosk Panel

The Aquatic Visitors Center is a partnership with OHio Sea Grant and Ohio Department of Natural Resources. This display discusses opportunities at the facility.

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2019 Gibraltar Island Map Kiosk

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2019 Gibraltar Island Map Kiosk
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2019 Gibraltar Island Tours A-Frame Panels

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2019 Gibraltar Island Tours A-Frame Panels

2019 Gibraltar Island Tours A-Frame Panels

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Bringing Life to Science

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Bringing Life to Science

Stone Lab field trips have brought life to Lake Erie science to 282,000 kids and adults since 1973.

DURATION: 2 mins

Saving a Threatened Species

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Saving a Threatened Species

Nerodio is a play on the Latin name for Lake Erie Watersnakes, Nerodia sipedon insularum, and refers to an annual census of watersnakes on the Lake Erie islands. First started as part of the recovery program for the federally threatened snake in 2001, the researchers continue to collect data on the islands’ snake populations today.

DURATION: 3 mins

2019 Try Something New

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2019 Try Something New

Tours and experiences offered at Put-in-Bay and Stone Lab

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Twine Line Fall/Winter 2018

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Twine Line Fall/Winter 2018

Results from an ongoing partnership between 10 Ohio universities continue to benefit the state and its residents. Read about some of the newest findings, as well as other Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab success stories, in this newest issue.

VOLUME: 40 ISSUE: 3 LENGTH: 19 pages

2019 Student Jobs Flyer

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2019 Student Jobs Flyer

Application and and job details for part-time student positions at Stone Lab for 2019.

2019 Research Experience for Undergraduates Flyer

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2019 Research Experience for Undergraduates Flyer

Application and program information for Stone Lab’s 2019 Research experience for undergraduates.

2019 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

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2019 Aquatic Visitors Center Coordinator Flyer

Job details flyer for AVC coordinator

2019 Field Trip Brochure

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2019 Field Trip Brochure

Interested in taking a field trip to Stone Lab? Check out this brochure for information details about how to schedule a trip.

2019 Research Aide Flyer

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2019 Research Aide Flyer

Job details flyer for Stone Lab research aide

2019 Course Offerings Trifold

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2019 Course Offerings Trifold

A summary of the classes being offered for the Stone Lab summer 2019 semester

2019 Stone Lab College Postcard

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2019 Stone Lab College Postcard

Ad postcard meant for college students

2019 Stone Lab High School Postcard

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2019 Stone Lab High School Postcard

Ad postcard meant for high schools

Twine Line Spring/Summer 2018

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Twine Line Spring/Summer 2018

Making Lake Erie Science Come Alive

Ohio Sea Grant celebrates its 40th anniversary with a special issue of Twine Line, packed with science, research and education stories from the past, present and future of the program.

VOLUME: 40 ISSUE: 2 LENGTH: 35 pages

Stone Lab REU Presentations 2018

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Stone Lab REU Presentations 2018

Student Presenters

Trace Nutrient Limitation of Nitrogen Fixation of Dolichospermum in the Central Basin of Lake Erie 2015-2017
Alyssa Armstrong, Youngstown State University (Limnology REU)

Nutrient and Light Limitation of Benthic Cyanobacteria in Lake Erie
Jade Bolinger, Bowling Green State University (Limnology REU)

Predicting Lake Erie Algal Blooms based on Alternate Ecosystem States Theory: Early Warning Signals of an Impending Bloom
Allison Erf, Youngstown State University (Limnology REU)

How do algal and sedimentary turbidity affect the swimming performance of Emerald Shiner in Lake Erie?
Harrison Fried, The Ohio State University (Ichthyology REU)

Planktonic algal community composition of the Maumee River: environmental factors and their relation to toxin-producing cyanobacteria
Crista Kieley, University of New England (Limnology REU)

Using Avian Survivorship to Assess Habitat Quality of Lake Erie Island Preserves for Breeding Birds
Raphaella Mascia, College of the Holy Cross (Ornithology REU)

Forest and Soil Composition after Emerald Ash Borer and Invasive Tree Removal on Middle Bass Island
Matt Monteith, The Ohio State University (Botany REU)

DURATION: ~ 1 hr, 51 mins

Stone Lab Guest Lecture: 50 Years of Environmental and Natural Resource Education at The Ohio State University: Looking to the Next 50

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Stone Lab Guest Lecture: 50 Years of Environmental and Natural Resource Education at The Ohio State University: Looking to the Next 50

Research Brief
Watersheds and sewersheds: identifying controls on water quality in urban environments
Dr. Rachel Gabor, Assistant Professor, School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University

Guest Lecture
50 Years of Environmental and Natural Resource Education at The Ohio State University… Looking to the Next 50
Dr. Jeff Sharp, Director, School of Environment and Natural Resources and Professor of Rural Sociology, The Ohio State University

DURATION: ~ 1 hr, 48 mins

Stone Lab Guest Lecture: From Snot Otters to Burying Beetles: Native Wildlife Conservation at The Wilds

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Stone Lab Guest Lecture: From Snot Otters to Burying Beetles: Native Wildlife Conservation at The Wilds

Research Brief
Visual Ecology of Lake Erie Fishes
Chelsey Neiman, Doctoral Student, School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University

Guest Lecture
From Snot Otters to Burying Beetles: Native Wildlife Conservation at The Wilds
Dr. Stephen Spear, Executive Director, The Wilds

DURATION: ~ 1 hr, 45 mins
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