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Around the world, fishers are embracing tiny quarry. Is microfishing a celebration of biodiversity or a sign of collapse?
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Drownings Increase: Research shows possible connection between COVID-19 restrictions and Great Lakes drownings-
More people at the beach appeared to translate to more rescues and more drownings.
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The warming climate could mean changes for the base of the food web in the lakes, but researchers are not yet sure what those changes might be.
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While antidepressants offer a better quality of life to millions of humans, they are among the most commonly detected medications in aquatic ecosystems where they could be causing changes to the behavior of fish and insects.
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A federal study finds that climate change is warming even the deepest waters of big lakes, which could shorten their winters and have a ripple effect on their health.
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A study found high enough amounts of chloride in four Greater Toronto Area rivers to put at least two-thirds of aquatic life at risk during early stages of their development.
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How to prevent invasive species from getting their hooks into the Great Lakes is an issue plaguing researchers and government agencies alike.
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The FishPass project uses technology that would allow migratory fish to freely travel the river while keeping out invasive species. But some residents are suing, saying it would alter a local park.
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Powerful gusts linked to global warming are damaging water quality and creating a hazard for fish in Lake Erie and perhaps elsewhere in the Great Lakes, according to researchers.
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New research finds the annual dead zone in Lake Erie is getting a boost that makes it worse very quickly.