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PRACTICAL RESEARCH FOR OHIO   •   DEC 2019
 
APPLIED KNOWLEDGE
Ohio Sea Grant Releases Summary of Fourth Year of ODHE Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative
 
The initiative consists of more than 50 science teams working on different critical knowledge gaps identified by front-line state agencies. The state of Ohio continues to benefit from HABRI, as researchers work directly with water treatment plants, public health officials and farmers to reduce the risks and impacts of harmful algal blooms on communities.
 
 
 
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Growing, for Science
 
Stone Lab is making some changes to its research environment. Funding from Ohio Senate Bill 299 will cover a new building and equipment for Ohio State's Lake Erie laboratory.
 
 
 
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Outreach
 
Round 'Em Up
 
Nerodio is a play on the Latin name for Lake Erie Watersnakes and refers to an annual census of watersnakes on the Lake Erie islands, led by Stone Lab researcher Dr. Kristin Stanford.
 
 
 
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Ohio Sea Grant Announces 2020 Knauss Fellowship Finalists
 
Ohio Sea Grant is proud to announce that four Ohio finalists have been selected as part of the 41st class of the prestigious Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship
 
 
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A Living Laboratory
 
Students and researchers use Stone Lab's unique space to explore problems facing Lake Erie in order to better preserve and protect the vital ecosystem.
 
 
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Ohio Sea Grant Announces New Funded Projects for 2020-2022
 
Ohio Sea Grant has completed reviews for its 2020-2022 research grants program, submitting eight projects at universities across Ohio and along the Lake Erie coast to the National Sea Grant Office for funding consideration. The selected projects will continue to help solve critical issues affecting the state’s environment and economy.
 
 
Projects List
 
 
 
New Twine Line Now Available
 
The newest issue of Ohio Sea Grant’s Twine Line is now available for download. The issue covers the newest update from the Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative, a new look at what fuels harmful algal blooms, and educator experiences that will help bring Lake Erie science to Ohio students.
 
 
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Deadline: Stone Lab Research Experience for Undergraduates Scholarship Program Applications
 
 
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Deadline: Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship 2021 Applications
 
 
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Deadline: Stone Lab 2020 Summer Class Applications
 
 
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Deadline: Stone Lab 2020 Summer Class Applications for Ohio State Students
 
 
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