Find out which research projects we recently chose to fund to the tune of $606,900. The seven projects involve Lake Superior and Great Lakes issues.
The single quagga mussel found previously in the Duluth-Superior Harbor was just the tip of the iceberg of the population. Another invasive species, Chinese mitten crabs, have also shown up in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Here’s what you told us about our newsletter and some of the things we intend to change as a result.
What produced the light we saw glowing over, on, and in Lake Superior last October?
Over half of the people chosen to guide the University of Minnesota’s new Institute on the Environment have ties to Minnesota Sea Grant.
A University of Minnesota student earned our best paper award at the American Fisheries Society state chapter meeting.
Our editor is outstanding!
Lake Superior water temps are warming at a faster rate than the air temps.
Our director, Steve Bortone, explains Sea Grant's mission and why we are not an advocacy organization.
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Come join our new speaker series in Duluth and Grand Marais, Minn. and discuss a range of science topics with local speakers.
Two new research articles report on spiny waterflea range expansion and zooplankton in the Apostle Islands.