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June 2015

40 Years of Headlines

Minnesota Sea Grant turns 40 this year! Reflecting on this past, here are some favorite Seiche headlines.

Where's the Fat? Fish Lipids Gone Missing

Millions of Siscowets have shed a million pounds of fat. Science-based theories explore potential reasons why.

Crude Work: Understanding How Crude Oil Moves Within the Great Lakes Basin

Minnesota Sea Grant's Dale Bergeron helped facilitate a workshop to explore issues related to crude oil movement in the region.

Readers Want to Know: Sometimes Lake Superior seems reddish-brown. Why?

The apparent color of water originates from a number of sources: onshore and off.

From Hot to Cold

With perfect timing, Large Lakes Observatory (LLO) researchers are giving the western arm of Lake Superior a comprehensive evaluation.

Research Matters: Strides in Gene Therapy Initiated by Minnesota Sea Grant Research

Minnesota Sea Grant researchers' work with fish genetics has led to revolutionary advances in human gene therapy.

What's Up With the Watershed Game?

Here's an update with the highly successful Watershed Game created by Minnesota Sea Grant and many others nine years ago.

Did Ja Know?

Minnesota encompasses 8% of Lake Superior's surface and 18% of its volume.

Bow Watch

Parting Shot

In his final Bow Watch, Director Jeff Gunderson reminisces on his 36-year career at Minnesota Sea Grant.

New Publications & Services

Products and Publications

Hot off the press: Truly Superior Fish note cards, new episodes of The Sea Grant Files, and two journal reprints about assessing water quality and remote sensing in inland waters.


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