NOAA will offer its annual harmful algal bloom forecast for western Lake Erie on Thursday, June 30. Stone Laboratory and Ohio Sea Grant, both part of CFAES, will host the live web event.
Learn more and register to attend. (Photo: Marblehead Lighthouse, Getty Images.)
Ohio State students can apply now for scholarship support to attend classes at Stone Laboratory, Ohio State’s island campus on Lake Erie. Read more on Ohio Sea Grant’s website.
Stone Lab and Ohio Sea Grant are part of CFAES. (Photo: A student studies at Stone Lab on Gibraltar Island, with Put-in-Bay harbor in the background; Ohio Sea Grant.)
Cleveland.com, Jan. 30; featuring Tory Gabriel, fisheries educator, Ohio Sea Grant
Stone Laboratory, which is located on Lake Erie and is part of CFAES, invites college undergraduates to apply for its 2022 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Fellowship Program. Applications are due by Feb. 25.
Learn more about the Stone Lab REU program. (Photo: Field research, 2019 Stone Lab REU Program, Ohio Sea Grant.)
Ohio State will be the lead partner on a new five-year, multimillion-dollar pilot watershed project in northwestern Ohio designed to demonstrate that agricultural conservation practices—if used on 70% of the farmland in a watershed, and evaluated on a watershed scale—can help achieve Lake Erie’s water quality goals. CFAES researcher Jay Martin will direct the project, set for the Shallow Run watershed in Hardin County.
Read the story. (Photo: Shallow Run watershed, Laura Johnson.)
Scientists from eight Ohio universities—including from Ohio State and specifically from CFAES—will lead the latest round of research supported by the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative.
Read the story. (Photo: Lake Erie, Getty Images.)