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Twin Ports Freshwater Folk: Identifying methylmercury export hotspots in the St. Louis River Estuary

Photo: Amber White

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1WAYiz6Bx0&feature=youtu.be

August 1, 2018
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
U.S. EPA Mid-Continent Ecology Division
Lobby conference room
6201 Congdon Boulevard
Duluth, Minnesota 55804

Amber White, M.S. graduate from University of Minnesota Duluth, Water Resources Science program, will present "Identifying methylmercury export hotspots in the St. Louis River Estuary."

Minnesota Sea Grant funding helped researchers, including Amber, gain a better understanding of methymercury levels in the St. Louis River and its estuaries.

Sub sandwiches and water provided. Bring your own cup and help conserve resources.

The Twin Ports Freshwater Folk is an informal gathering of people from the Twin Ports who are engaged in freshwater research, policy, or regulation issues, for networking and informal discussion. Meetings take place the first Wednesday of every month.

TPFF sponsors are Minnesota Sea Grant, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, U.S. EPA Mid-Continent Ecology Division, University of Minnesota Duluth Large Lakes Observatory and UMD Natural Resources Research Institute.


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