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Watch Party: Feeding the Blooms-
Great Lakes Now Program Director Sandra Svoboda chats with Producer David Ruck from Great Lakes Outreach Media about Lake Erie’s toxic algal blooms.00
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Missing Meteorite: Did the search in Lake Michigan find it?-
Adler Planetarium is giving a live virtual update on its teen meteorite-finding project, The Aquarius Project.
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Indiana universities receive grants to study PFAS impact on water quality-
The Indiana University and Purdue teams will look at major sources of PFAS contamination, fate and transport in rural areas.
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Watch Party: Recoveries-
Great Lakes Now Program Director Sandra Svoboda chats with John Russick from the Chicago History Museum, and GLN Producers Kathy Johnson and Nick Austin. They answer some audience questions about the show.
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One key solution to the world’s climate woes? Canada’s natural landscapes-
Canada, home to 25 percent of the planet’s wetlands and boreal forests, could play a vital role in the fight against climate change.
Bald eagle shows air superiority, sends drone into lake-
The attack happened July 21, when the drone was mapping shoreline erosion near Escanaba in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
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Watch Party: Water Damage-
The discussion features Rob Sisson, a commissioner with the International Joint Commission, David Ruck, of Great Lakes Outreach Media, and Tracy DuFlo from WPBS.
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Multi-million dollar grant funds study of Great Lakes aquaculture-
The collaborative will study how much consumers would pay for local fish and emphasize buying local.
Rich Americans spew more carbon pollution at home than poor-
Scientists studied 93 million housing units in the nation to analyze how much greenhouse gases are being spewed in different locations and by income.
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Toxic Algae 2020: Moderate bloom forecasted for Lake Erie-
Discussed at this year’s forecast: the science behind it, can you use Lake Erie, and a citizen science initiative.