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April 2005

Minnesota Sea Grant Awards $566,650 for Aquatic Research

We're funding eight new research projects. Find out what the researchers plan to achieve.

In a Pickle: The Mystery of the North Shore's Salty Well Water

How could brine more salty than the sea's come through spigots just yards away from Lake Superior? No definitive answer, but some experts have a pretty good idea.

Seiche Reader Survey Results

The readers have spoken. We're glad you find the Seiche fascinating and the program worthwhile.

Readers Want to Know...

Do most schools get the Seiche Newsletter? Find out in our brand new column.

Staff Update

Outreach projects get the green light through external grants while Sea Grant staff receive accolades for service and environmental stewardship.

Did Ja Know?

Just how many lakes ARE in Minnesota? Learn this and several other factoids.

Bow Watch

How Sea Grant Works

April = taxes. Seems apropos that Director Carl Richards chooses this month to explain how money flows through Sea Grant to serve Lake Superior and Minnesota.

New Publications & Services

Harbor Corrosion Report Available

A PDF file documents what we know about accelerated corrosion observed in the Duluth-Superior Harbor.

From Shore to Shore Newsletter Available

Free information relevant to Minnesota shorelands sent to your door, or computer.

Lake Superior Workshop Proceedings Available

The proceedings of the Lake Superior Restoration and Protection Workshop held in Duluth during the summer of 2004 are available from the Great Lakes Commission's Web Site.

 


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