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June 2011

Aquatic Science Gets Hormonal

Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) affect aquatic animals in ways that trouble ecologists and also concern human health experts.

How to Retain Water (and why you should)

Become your property’s stormwater manager. Read how, learn why.

A Great Lakes Literate Person …

The Centers for Ocean Sciences Education (COSEE) identified principles and concepts for Great Lakes learning.

Protecting Port Assets

Two Sea Grant experts consider how a changing climate could affect the Port of Toledo and the Duluth-Superior Harbor.

Spilly’s Lake Superior Recipe Contest

Lake herring hors d'oeuvres anyone? Enter your recipe by 8/22!

D.C. Keeps Knauss Fellow

2010 Knauss Fellow Kelly Pennington is staying in Washington D.C. to assist with Senate Commerce Committee work.

Readers Want to Know: Swimmer's Itch

Swimmer's itch is caused by a confused parasite.

Repel the Invaders

It's virtually Lake Superior and interactively fun. Read about a new animated product developed at the Viz Lab, University of Minnesota Duluth.

Program News

Awards galore and an office make-over.

Did Ja Know?

29 people died in Great Lakes rip currents last year.

Bow Watch

Communications: What’s your fancy?

Director Jeff Gunderson comments on Sea Grant's multiple avenues for delivering "Superior science TO you."

New Publications & Services

Products

Great summer reads plus some online gems.

Journal Reprints

New insights into endocrine disrupting chemicals, lamprey pheromones, and conservation genetics.

 


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