Alex HillDetroitEquity and Environmental JusticeFeature HomepageIndianaInfrastructureLatest NewsLeadMichiganNew YorkNewsOhioPennsylvaniaPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeWater Quality and Restoration EffortsWisconsin-
Aging housing is prevalent all around the region, but in some cities the old infrastructure lingers more than in others.
Algae BloomsFeature HomepageJames ProffittLake ErieMichiganNewsOhioPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchU.S. and Canadian Federal GovernmentsWater Quality and Restoration Efforts-
A new study says efforts to reduce harmful algae blooms by limiting phosphorous in Lake Erie could result in more toxic algae.
Climate ChangeFeature HomepageGary WilsonInfrastructureLake MichiganLatest NewsMichiganNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeThe StatesU.S. and Canadian Federal GovernmentsWater Quality and Restoration Efforts-
New report highlights concern that intense storms, high lake levels may put nuclear and contaminated waste storage facilities at risk.
Fish, Birds and AnimalsIndustry, Energy, Economic DevelopmentLake OntarioLatest NewsNewsPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeResearch, Data and TechnologyScience, Technology, ResearchSharon Oosthoek-
A relatively unknown chemical has come to recent attention as concern mounts over what it could do to our fish populations.
Feature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsI Speak for the FishKathy JohnsonLake OntarioLatest NewsMichiganRecreation and TourismScience, Technology, Research
I Speak for the Fish: Not all lampreys are killers, but all are paying the price for their reputation-
Native lamprey species in the Great Lakes generally get reviled by association with sea lamprey even though they don’t normally kill their host fish.
Commercial FishingFeature HomepageFish, Birds and AnimalsHistory and CultureJames ProffittLake ErieNewsOhioRecreation and TourismRecreational Hunting and FishingScience, Technology, Research-
Despite the fact the blue pike appears to be a dead end both scientifically and practically, it still regularly blooms anew in fishing forums and on social media.