The rapid aging of steel in the Duluth Superior Harbor puzzles even corrosion experts. Five specialists offer observations and advice to port officials, university and agency staff, and Sea Grant.
Female ruffe approaching ovulation release a pheromone in their urine that attracts males. Researchers believe this discovery could be applied to control this invasive fish.
Each July a blanket of dying algae forms 30 meters below the surface of Lake Superior. Find out why in this book excerpt.
International conference-goers in Ireland got a dose of Habitattitude. Meanwhile, in Japan, city officials and symposium guests heard our latest reports on how community planning affects water quality.
Get answers for legal and legislative questions concerning Sea Grant-related topics.
Our ESCAPE and Leech Lake projects landed top awards from the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network. The American Planning Association lauded a presentation and CD linking land use with water quality.
How many vessels enter the Duluth Superior Harbor each year and what are the two main domestic cargoes?
Director Carl Richards reflects on how MN Sea Grant embraces national goals but occupies a unique niche.
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Sea Grant information has become even more accessible on the Internet.
Know how to identify and avoid commercial fishing nets in Minnesota's Lake Superior through this new brochure.
We have 2 peer-reviewed journal articles available on the topics of Eurasian Ruffe and picoplankton.