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Future Research Leaders Made Here
 
South Bass Island is mostly known as a summer vacation spot on the Lake Erie islands, full of restaurants, marinas, and hotels. However, the island also hosts Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory, the oldest freshwater field station in the United States and the center of Ohio Sea Grant’s teaching, research, and outreach work on Lake Erie.
 
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Ohio study shows the value of Lake Erie shoreline recreational fishing
Gone Birding
Lessons from History
Ready, Set, Wear It!
Predicting the Bloom
Teacher at Sea
Stone Lab’s Monarch Butterfly Waystation
Celebrate the Bicentennial of the Battle of Lake Erie
Exploring Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region
Student Spotlight: Stephanie Harpster
Friends of Stone Lab (FOSL)
 
   
   
   
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