One of Sea Grant’s newest employees explains how maritime transportation continues to evolve in the Great Lakes.
Technological advances suggest that fish lateral lines are not as sensitive as previously thought.
Find out how ice cover influences evaporation, supports fisheries, and produces astonishing ice volcanoes.
A regional Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence project links Great Lakes and ocean science researchers with students and teachers.
Minnesota Sea Grant committed $507,060 to support graduate students researching topics in aquatic science between 2005 and 2007.
Minnesota Sea Grant announces two new hires, and honors two staff for their achievements.
Male toadfish are extraordinarily loud.
Acting Director Jeff Gunderson discusses Sea Grant’s partnership with the Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute.
New Publications & Services
A popular aquatic invasive species message becomes digital.
New articles report on Great Lakes sediment, genetic technology, bio-control of invasive species, and fish sensitivity.