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Science Friday Book Club’s Winter Read Plunges Into The Great Lakes
Meet the heroes, villains, and sheer blunders that changed the world’s largest lakes forever in Dan Egan’s ‘The Death and Life of the Great Lakes.’
Putting Invasive Species On Trial
How can ecologists predict invasions in advance—and make the most of things when they do happen?
A Drop To Drink
Millions of people rely on the Great Lakes for clean drinking water. What happens when water access is threatened?
Why Native Fish Matter
How restoring native fish species can help Great Lakes ecosystems weather the next invasion.
What You Said: Your Favorite Memories Of The Great Lakes
From loons to canoes to migrating wildlife, the Great Lakes have it all.
How Lake Fish Are Coping With Pollution
Author Dan Egan tells the story of one of the last Great Lakes fisherman who witnesses the adaptation of a fish to Lake Michigan’s polluted ecosystem.
The Microbial Soup Plaguing The Great Lakes
Millions of residents rely on the waters from the Great Lakes—but communities face soupy bacterial blooms, toxic algal mats, and farm runoff that lurk beneath.
A Drone’s-Eye View Of An Algae Bloom
This picture, shot by a drone, reveals the verdant fingers of a blue-green algae bloom.
Is Offshore Wind ‘Picking Up Steam’ On Lake Erie?
For years, its been a slow process building wind turbines in the Great Lakes. Now, a new initiative is picking up speed.
Can The Great Lakes Stay Great?
The North American Great Lakes are changing under the influence of pollution, invasive species, and climate change. How well will they weather this stress?
When Great Lakes Water Is ‘Public’ And When It Isn’t
Foxconn’s Lake Michigan bid raises questions about interpreting a young law.
Book Club: ‘The Genius Of Birds’
Birds of a feather read together. Swoop into ‘The Genius of Birds’ by Jennifer Ackerman.Read More