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Twine Line Spring/Summer 2015

The newest issue of Ohio Sea Grant's magazine features stories about fish genetics, a statewide collection of projects funded by the Ohio Board of Regents, and new opportunities for Lake Erie learning at Stone Lab.


Ohio Universities Tackle Algal Blooms (PDF)
A new collaborative research group will use funding from the Ohio Board of Regents and experts from seven Ohio universities to help reduce harmful algal bloom impacts in Lake Erie.


Stone Lab Field Trips: Not Just for Kids (PDF)
Middle schoolers may make up the bulk of Stone Lab's field trip visitors during the school year, but the lab has much to offer to high school and college students and adult groups as well.


Save the Dates for Stone Lab Guest Lectures
The 2015 Stone Lab Guest Lecture Series will run on Thursdays from June 18 - August 6 this year. More information and registration for remote access will be available soon.

Recycling Program Reinventing Itself for the Future

The Ohio Clean Marinas Program's Shrinkwrap Recycling Program is working through some changes, but program manager Sarah Orlando is positive about the future.

Fish Genetics and Marine Virus Research (PDF)

It’s been almost a decade since the first outbreak of viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSv) was seen at the University of Toledo’s Lake Erie Center. Ever since, Dr. Carol Stepien has studied the virus in Great Lakes fishes.

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