Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab Host NOAA's 2021 Forecast for Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake Erie
Stone Laboratory and Ohio Sea Grant at The Ohio State University hosted a live web event for NOAA’s annual HABs Forecast for western Lake Erie on June 30.
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Ohio Sea Grant Microbiology Research Supports Aquaculture Operations
Ohio Sea Grant researchers at Bowling Green State University are helping fish farmers keep their animals healthy.
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Ohio Research Consortium to Partner with ODNR on H2Ohio Wetland Monitoring
Governor DeWine’s H2Ohio Initiative has enlisted the Lake Erie and Aquatic Research Network and ODNR for wetland monitoring.
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The first real snapshot of algal bloom toxins in Lake Erie
Stone Lab's Dr. Justin Chaffin recently published "The Lake Erie HABs Grab: A binational collaboration to characterize the western basin cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms at an unprecedented high-resolution spatial scale" in the journal Harmful Algae.
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Ohio Sea Grant Announces 2022 Knauss Fellowship Finalists
Ohio Sea Grant is proud to announce that four Ohio finalists have been selected as part of the prestigious Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship, a program that places highly qualified graduate students in U.S. government offices.
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Latest Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative Projects Address Algal Bloom Impacts on Ohio
Researchers from eight Ohio universities are leading the latest round of projects supported by the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s ongoing Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative.
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Zoom-ing Through Research Projects
Stone Lab’s 2020 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Scholarship Program went virtual amid COVID-19 precautions. In 2021, Cleveland State senior Alexis Brown won 2021 IAGLR Best Student Paper Award runner-up for her project.
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Ohio Sea Grant Director to Co-Lead Ohio Attorney General Scientific Advisory Council
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has created a scientific advisory council to advise his office on current environmental issues and alert him on potential future issues. The 12-member council is made up of researchers from nine Ohio universities.
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New Published Research from Ohio Sea Grant
Vivirito, K., E. Haynes, L. Adamovicz, A. Wright, K. Durante, K. Stanford, E. Scott, M. C. Allender. 2021. Ultraviolet fluorescence as a field-applicable screening tool for lesions consistent with Ophidiomycosis in Lake Erie watersnakes (Nerodia sipedon insularum). Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 57(2) 380-385.

Justin D. Chaffin, John F. Bratton, Edward M. Verhamme, Halli B. Bair, Amber A. Beecher, Caren E. Binding, Johnna A. Birbeck, Thomas B. Bridgeman, Xuexiu Chang, Jill Crossman, Warren J.S. Currie, Timothy W. Davis, Gregory J. Dick, Kenneth G. Drouillard, Reagan M. Errera, Thijs Frenken, Hugh J. MacIsaac, Andrew McClure, R. Michael McKay, Laura A. Reitz, Jorge W. Santo Domingo, Keara Stanislawczyk, Richard P. Stumpf, Zachary D. Swan, Brenda K. Snyder, Judy A. Westrick, Pengfei Xue, Colleen E. Yancey, Arthur Zastepa, Xing Zhou. The Lake Erie HABs Grab: A binational collaboration to characterize the western basin cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms at an unprecedented high-resolution spatial scale. Harmful Algae. Volume 108, August 2021, 102080.
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Event: Understanding Algal Blooms: State of the Science Virtual Conference
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