TABLE OF CONTENTS
- 3 Ohio Sea Grant Research Keeps Tap Water Safer from Harmful Algal Blooms
- 6 Western Lake Erie Basin Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) Wildlife Assessment
- 8 Lake Erie Fishery Managers Ask Anglers to Scan Yellow Perch
- 10 Stone Lab’s Advanced Five-Week Courses Offer a Deep Immersion into Science
- 12 Producing Safe Drinking Water for Lake Erie Residents
- 13 NOAA and Partners Issue Fifth Seasonal Harmful Algal Bloom Forecast from Stone Lab
- 14 Lake Erie Charter Captains Play a Major Role in Water Quality Sampling
- 15 How’d that get there?
- 16 Stone Lab Courses
- 17 Student Spotlight: Tiny but Mighty
- 18 Friends of Stone Lab
Carey Thomas Knight - Source, Christina Dierkes - Author, Christopher John Winslow, PhD - Source, Dr. Richard P. Stumpf - Source, Dr. Steven Conor Keitzer - Source, Ella Weaver - Source, G. Glenn Lipscomb - Source, Justin David Chaffin, PhD - Source, Laura Johnson, PhD - Source, Lisa Aurand Rice - Author, Max E. Frankenberry - Source, Miss Kyleigh Taylor Godsey - Source, Mr. Tory A. Gabriel - Source, Mrs. Brittany Morgan Dalton - Source, Patrick M. Kocovsky - Source, Paula J. Mouser, PhD, PE - Source, Youngwoo Seo, PhD - Source
Curious to know how Ohio Sea Grant is doing to fight harmful algal blooms in your home? Check out this issue of Twine Line, featuring Ohio Sea Grant’s new research on how home water filters work against microcystin, plus more.