Planners, architects and Sea Grant staff created a balanced land use strategy for a housing development near a Duluth trout stream.
The bacteria used to justify beach closings don't always come from the feces of warm-blooded animals. Populations of E. coli can also exist el natural … living freely on aquatic plants and in the sand.
Read the results of our survey last summer to assess rip current awareness among Park Point swimmers.
Companies can now hook their latest ballast water treatment systems up to the world's first freshwater testing facility for ballast technologies, located on the shores of the Duluth-Superior Harbor.
What's a GLROC? Seven Sea Grant programs have formalized the Great Lake Research and Outreach Consortium.
The International Joint Commission is looking for scientists to share information online through the Great Lakes–St Lawrence Research Inventory.
Why is Lake Superior's water level so low and what does it mean for the environment and economy?
Meet our new communications designer and read about two awards our staff recently received.
Not so long ago, ballast built cities.
Minnesota Sea Grant Director Steve Bortone describes how high-tech research gives Sea Grant an edge.
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Sea Grant research about E. coli is featured in three scientific journals. Plus, establishing a bioindicator network could advance the way we evaluate extreme events.