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Invasive Asian Carp Could Establish in Lake Erie w...

A recent study found that if Asian carp establishes in Lake Erie, the native fisheries might not be significantly affected. Based on consultations with Great Lakes and fisheries specialists, the ...
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NOAA, Partners Predict Large Harmful Algal Bloom i...

According to NOAA and its partners from several Ohio universities,western Lake Erie will have a large bloom of cyanobacteria, a toxic blue-green algae, in late summer.The predicted bloom is expected ...
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NOAA, Partners Issue Dead Zone Predictions for Gul...

Scientists are expecting an average, but still large, hypoxic or "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico this year, and a slightly above-average hypoxic zone in the Chesapeake Bay. NOAA-supported ...
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Study Informs Restoration of Michigan's Saginaw Ba...

A 2014 special issue of the Journal of Great Lakes Research details the findings of a five-year, NCCOS-funded project in Michigan's Saginaw Bay designed to better inform bay restoration efforts ...
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Assessing Invasive Asian Carp's Potential to Sprea...

Invasive Asian carp have established themselves in many lakes and river systems in the upper mid-West. Once established, they have wreaked havoc on existing food chains. Some of these invasive ...
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New Report Addresses Re-eutrophication and Hypoxia...

A new report aimed at Great Lakes policymakers calls for Lake Erie total phosphorus reductions almost 50 percent greater than previous recommendations. Recent total phosphorus reduction recommendations may not reduce ...
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Working to Understand and Remedy Dead Zone in Gree...

Since 2010, NCCOS-sponsored scientists have studied Green Bay, Wisconsin to better understand the source, dynamics, and controls of low oxygen (hypoxia) conditions that have resulted in a "dead zone" in ...
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Can Asian Carp Barriers Protect the Great Lakes?

Invasive species such as zebra mussels have substantially changed the Great Lakes, with Asian carp poised to become the next and most serious invasive threat. Scientists leading a pioneering NCCOS-sponsoredproject ...
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Addressing the Decline of Michigan's Saginaw Bay

NCCOS-funded scientists participated in a recent forum held by the Michigan House Democrats' Great Lakes and Conservation Task Force to address human-caused stresses to Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay. The team ...
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NCCOS Contributes to European Union Workshop on Al...

NCCOS concluded its contribution to a three-year project funded by the Irish Marine Institute on the algal toxin, azaspiracid, with presentations at the final Dissemination & Stakeholder Workshop held in ...
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