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Liquid Science Speaker Series Starts

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Soak up the latest information concerning the Great Lakes and Minnesota's waters by attending our Liquid Science Speaker Series in either Duluth or Grand Marais. We began the 8-month speaker series in February with, "Resurgence of Lake Sturgeon," an hour-long presentation by Dr. Nancy Auer, with the Department of Biological Sciences at Michigan Technological University.

The monthly Liquid Science Speaker Series presentations are made possible by our partners, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Mid-Continent Ecology Division, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Lake Superior Coastal Program. Talks are free and for the public. All presentations are scheduled from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. with receptions immediately following to encourage conversations with the researchers.

Dates and topics for the rest of the Liquid Science Speaker Series are:

March -- E. coli in Lake Superior
Duluth, Hartley Nature Center (3001 Woodland Ave.), March 9
Grand Marais, North House Folk School (500 W. Highway 61), March 10

April -- WOW! Water on the Web
Duluth, Hartley Nature Center, April 13
Grand Marais, North House Folk School, April 14

May -- Linking Land Use to Water Quality
Duluth, Hartley Nature Center, May 11
Grand Marais, North House Folk School, May 12

June -- Invasive Species of the Great Lakes
Duluth, EPA Gitchee Gumee Conference Facility (6201 Congdon Blvd.), June 8
Grand Marais, North House Folk School, June 9

July -- On the Edge! Great Lakes Coastal Research
Duluth, EPA Gitchee Gumee Conference Facility, July 13
Grand Marais, North House Folk School, July 14

August -- Great Lakes in a Changing Climate
Duluth, EPA Gitchee Gumee Conference Facility, August 10
Grand Marais, North House Folk School, August 11

September -- Restoring Coaster Brook Trout
Duluth, EPA Gitchee Gumee Conference Facility, September 7
Grand Marais, North House Folk School, September 8


For more information, visit Liquid Science online or contact Minnesota Sea Grant by e-mail (seagr@d.umn.edu) or by phone (218-726-7677).


By Sea Grant Staff
February 2004

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