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Take Five... and Catch Us on KUMD

Judy Zomerfelt

Judy Zomerfelt

Aquatic science experts give listeners a 5-minute tutorial on the latest research in their particular domain each Wednesday morning at 7:45 a.m., when Minnesota Sea Grant's new radio series, Catching Up with Aquatic Science airs on KUMD radio (103.3 FM).

Produced on the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth, the series has covered such topics as Archaea (the mystery microbe), carbon and bacteria, large lakes and climate, fish farming in Minnesota, aquatic invasive species, endocrine disrupter chemicals, storm water management, and Lake Superior food webs and fish diets.

Sea Grant's host, Judy Zomerfelt, brings university research on aquatic systems and coastal communities to those who care most about Minnesota's water resources.

Miss the KUMD broadcasts? Listen online at: www.seagrant.umn.edu/radio/catchingup/.

You can also sign up to receive podcasts at www.seagrant.umn.edu/radio/catchingup OR enter www.seagrant.umn.edu/podcast/catch.xml into your podcast software OR request a CD from Minnesota Sea Grant.


By Sea Grant Staff
December 2009

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