The Minnesota Invasive Species Conference grappled with non-native species disturbing the state's terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Read about the topics, the people, and the activities that made this first-ever conference a resounding success.
Seven scientists will be leading Sea Grant projects in Minnesota in 2009. Learn how they'll advance society's ability to manage Lake Superior and other freshwater resources.
Regulating ballast water discharges from ships is getting complicated. A Sea Grant symposium teased apart some of the challenges and opportunities that policies, technology, and the economy are creating for managing ballast water in the Great Lakes.
What's a seiche?
Dave Caroffino checks in from his new position with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Famed scientist and ecologist David Suzuki discuss sustainability science.
Marie Zhuikov was lured away by the Mayo Clinic, and Steve Bortone is busy cooking and advising estuary research.
Mosquitoes travel with tires.
Minnesota Sea Grant Director Steve Bortone explains why "sustainability science" resonates with our program.
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The Duluth area is a Mecca for freshwater research and outreach. Read about water-related projects and people.
The tourism industry is meshing economic and environmental interests. Chile, New Zealand, and Australia provide a backdrop for innovative ideas.
Sea Grant researchers publish data regarding round gobies and fish distribution in Arctic lakes.