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New research from Western Michigan University indicates that wastewater treatment plants could have a negative effect on PFAS pollution.
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Rather than average water levels falling as previously assumed, it’s possible that the average will increase because of more precipitation, which will constrict the beach area.
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In this Q&A, the director of MSU’s Center for PFAS Research Cheryl Murphy discusses the state of PFAS research currently, and why the U.S. and Canada should work together.
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The pandemic that closed the U.S./Canadian border to people may have opened it to the invasive sea lamprey-
Great Lakes invasive species cling to shipments and navigate canals to migrate, but one aquatic invader – sea lamprey – benefitted from border closures instead.
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These aquatic heroes do so much to keep freshwater ecosystems healthy — and we’re killing them off at a record pace.
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The award and corresponding fame for catching the world’s largest muskie by hook and line remains a hotly contested controversy that, after nearly a century of debate, remains unresolved.
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Scratching the surface: Regional research groups explore winter conditions of Green Bay, Great Lakes-
This is the first year the Chicago research group has been able to study winter conditions of the microbial communities and the “Winter Grab” will help bring more awareness to this field of work in the coming years.
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What’s happening in the Great Lakes during those long, frigid months when they’re often covered partially or completely with ice? A casual observer — and even experts — might be inclined to say, “Not much.”