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Products and Publications

NEW! ParkPointBeach.org 9" flying disc. 2012. Minnesota Sea Grant. (CH4, $1.50)

NEW! ParkPointBeach.org Orange T-shirt. 2013. Minnesota Sea Grant. (CH8, $9.00)

NEW! Invaders of the Great Lakes. 2013. Booklet. Hollingsworth, K. R. and
Moy, P. Wisc. Sea Grant. (X186, $6.95)

NEW! On-the-Water Guide for Paddlers & Boaters; Natural and Cultural History of the Lower St. Louis River. 2013. Booklet. St. Louis River Alliance. (B10, free)

NEW! Aquatic Invasive Species Watch Cards Full Deck: 15 species. Minnesota Sea Grant. (X188, Free)

Aquatic Invasive Species watch cards: Curly-leaf Pondweed (X174), Didymo (X175), Water Chestnut (X176), Mystery Snail (X177), Faucet Snail (X178), Red Swamp Crayfish (X179), Zebra Mussel (X01), Eurasian Ruffe (X13), Round Goby (X36), Purple Loosestrife (X69), Eurasian Watermilfoil (X85), Spiny and Fishhook Waterflea (X86), Rusty Crayfish (X89), European Frogbit (X90), and New Zealand Mudsnail (X109), Minnesota Sea Grant. free.

A-maze-ing Lake Superior: Mazes, Puzzles, and Amazing Facts About One of the World’s Largest Lakes. 2006. Minnesota Sea Grant. (S20, $6.00)

Rip Currents! Break the Grip of the Rip. 2004. Michigan Sea Grant. (CH1, free)

Online Resources

Journal Reprints

NEW! JR606. Eichmiller, J.J., Hicks, R.E., and Sadowsky, M.J. 2013. Distribution of genetic markers of fecal pollution on a freshwater sandy shoreline in proximity to wastewater effluent. Environmental Science and Technology 47: 3395-3402.

NEW! JR604. Ran, Q., Badgley, B.D., Dillon, N., Dunny, G.M., and Sadowsky, M.J. 2013. Occurrence, genetic diversity, and persistence of enterococci in a Lake Superior watershed. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 79(9): 3067-3075.

JR607. Otts, S.S., 2012. U.S. regulatory framework for genetic biocontrol of
invasive fish. Biological Invasions, issue not assigned.

JR608. Dana, G.V., Cooper, A.M., Pennington, K.M., and Sharpe, L.S., 2013. Methodologies and special considerations for environmental risk analysis of genetically modified aquatic biocontrol organisms. Biological Invasions, issue not assigned.

JR609. Gilna, B., Kuzma, J., and Otts S.S., 2013. Governance of genetic biocontrol technologies for invasive fish. Biological Invasions, issue not assigned.

JR548 Ishii, S., Sadowsky, M.J., 2008. Escherichia coli in the environment: Implications for water quality and human health. Microbes and Environments 23(2): 101-108.

JR537. Ksoll, W.B., Ishii, S., Sadowsky, M.J., and Hicks, R.E. 2007. Presence and sources of fecal coliform bacteria in epilithic periphyton communities of Lake Superior. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73(12): 3771-3778.

JR533. Ishii, S., Hansen, D.L., Hicks, R.E., and Sadowsky, M.J. 2007. Beach sand and sediments are temporal sinks and sources of Escherichia coli in Lake Superior. Environmental Science and Technology 41(7): 2203-2209.

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September 2013

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