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Stone Lab REU Presentations 2016

OHSU-CAST-1577

Stone Lab REU Presentations 2016

DURATION: ~ 2 hrs, 40 mins
Broadcast, Podcast, Webinar

Stone Lab Guest Lecture: Conservation at the Toledo Zoo

OHSU-CAST-1572
DURATION: ~ 1 hr, 31 mins
Broadcast, Podcast, Webinar

Stone Lab Guest Lecture: Ohio EPA's legislative priorities and challenges

OHSU-CAST-1570

Research Brief
Microbial modification of natural and anthropogenic compounds in engineered systems
Paula Mouser, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering, The Ohio State University

Guest Lecture
Ohio EPA’s legislative priorities and challenges
Laura Factor, Assistant Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency

DURATION: ~ 2 hrs, 13 mins
Broadcast, Podcast, Webinar

Lake Erie Science Field Trip Workbook

OHSU-EP-1512

Workbook for Stone Lab field trip groups

LENGTH: 40 pages
Education / Curriculum Publication

2016 SWEPP Directory Ad

OHSU-SLC-1619

1/4 page black and white ad for the SWEPP Summer Camp and Enrichment Fair directory

Stone Laboratory Campaign

FOSL Winter Program Flyer 2016

OHSU-B-1513
LENGTH: 1 page
Brochure

Stone Lab Student Spotlight: Jeffry Hayes

OHSU-CAST-1566
Broadcast, Podcast, Webinar

Stone Lab Student Spotlight: Zachary Diehl

OHSU-CAST-1565
Broadcast, Podcast, Webinar

2015 Development Annual Letter

OHSU-SLC-1605

2015 Stone Lab Development Annual Letter

Stone Laboratory Campaign

2016 Group Studies: Water and Wildlife Training for Educators Flyer

OHSU-SLC-1604
Stone Laboratory Campaign

2016 Ottawa County Scholarship Flyer

OHSU-SLC-1592
Stone Laboratory Campaign

2016 Scholarships Flyer

OHSU-SLC-1588
Stone Laboratory Campaign

2016 Course Focused Flyer

OHSU-SLC-1566
Stone Laboratory Campaign

Stone Lab REU Presentations 2015

OHSU-CAST-1553

Stone Lab’s 2015 REU students present the findings of their projects.

DURATION: ~ 2 hrs, 53 mins
Broadcast, Podcast, Webinar

Stone Lab Guest Lecture: Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement

OHSU-CAST-1551
DURATION: ~ 2 hrs, 5 mins
Broadcast, Podcast, Webinar

2015 Buckeye Island Hop Flyer

OHSU-B-1510
Brochure

Stone Lab Meeting Facilities Flyer

OHSU-B-1504

Flyer describing Stone Lab meeting facility amenities.

Brochure

2014 Development Letter

OHSU-SLC-1517

Stone Lab Campaign Letter Fall 2014

LENGTH: 1 page
Stone Laboratory Campaign

2014 Ohio Sea Grant Kiosk Panel

OHSU-DIS-1512

Poster covering Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab’s work

Display

2014 Stone Lab Tours & Public Events Kiosk Panel

OHSU-DIS-1509

A listing of 2014 Stone Lab tours and events

Display

Length-Weight Relationships of the Mimic Shiner Notropis volucellua (Cope 1865) in the Western Basin of Lake Erie

OHSU-RS-1551
ABSTRACT:

Gender relationships between total and standard length (mm) were compared to weight (mg) in the mimic shiner,
Notropis volucellus for the western Lake Erie basin in the vicinity of the Bass Islands. Length and weight relationship (n=300),
length-frequency distribution, and sex ratios (n=884) from a single date from Gibraltar Island in June 2012 were analyzed for
coastal shoreline and tributaries. A strong positive correlation was found between length and weight for both males and females.
In females, a significant positive correlation exists between standard length (SL) and body weight (F=671.5, d.f.=135) and between
total length (TL) and body weight (F=681.4, d.f.=135). In males, there was also a strong positive correlation between SL and body
weight (F=1744.9, d.f.=160) and between TL and body weight (F=1656.6, d.f.=160). Combining data for the two sexes helped
determine a strong relationship between SL and body weight (F=1908.3, d.f.=299) and between TL and body weight (F=1885.9,
d.f.=299) that was consistent with the results from the individual sexes. The growth patterns of male and female mimic shiner
differed significantly for both SL (F=0.76, p>0.05, d.f.=159-134) and TL (F=0.76, p>0.05, d.f.=159-134). Age I females ranged
from 29–51 mm TL and Age I males ranged from 30–46 mm TL based on 884 individuals from Gibraltar Island. Age II females
ranged from 57–61 mm TL and Age II males ranged from 54–56 mm TL. Mimic shiner exhibit indeterminate growth and gender
influences growth patterns.

VOLUME: 112 ISSUE: 2 LENGTH: 6 pages
Reprint

2014 Stone Lab Program Overview

OHSU-B-1500
Brochure

2011 Stone Laboratory Meeting Facilities Flyer

OHSU-B-801
LENGTH: 1 page
Brochure

Celebrating 30 Years of Ohio Sea Grant

OHSU-B-811
LENGTH: 8 pages
Brochure
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