Left unchecked, warming will eliminate some of the carp's competition for food, study says.
Drier spring leads to smaller nutrient load than last year’s
On a typical sunny summer day, Mackinac Island’s car-free highway would be teeming with walkers, bicyclists and horseback riders taking in virtually unbroken views of Lake Huron’s crystalline waters along the iconic 8.2-mile loop.
The research was presented at the 2020 Great Lakes Virtual Conference, which is hosted by the International Association of Great Lakes Research.
MADISON — More than $100,000 has been allocated by the State of Wisconsin to manage the coastline in Racine and Kenosha counties.
You don’t often think of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration when talking about the Great Lakes, but NOAA will be in the spotlight later this week when it joins with Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory at The Ohio State University to forecast this year’s algal bloom on Lake Erie.
More than $100,000 has been allocated by the State of Wisconsin to go toward managing the coastline in Kenosha and Racine counties.
Novel coronavirus has been dominating the headlines in the early part of 2020. But a few recent stories — with no connection to COVID-19 — reminded us that the Great Lakes are vital natural resources that must be regularly monitored and evaluated.
High water levels worry homeowners on the 6-mile strip of land known as Park Point.
Next week the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change will hold two listening sessions — virtually — to hear how Wisconsinites are being affected by climate change, as well as soliciting ideas for solutions that state officials might be able to act upon.
Human beings have been turning the power of the wind into energy for over a thousand years.
Lake Erie will be clearer, safer and better for fish than it was last year, according to an early season projection by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Harmful algal blooms that sometimes spread over much of the lake in summer are expected to be smaller than in past years.
Water levels on Lake Michigan and the other Great Lakes are continuing to set records, with mean water levels for the month of May breaking setting new heights for the first time in more than 30 years.
When the winds begin to blow out of the northwest, Sherry Davidson looks across Georgian Bay with dread.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) has awarded $9.5 million in America’s Marine Highway Program grants to eight projects.
Lake Ontario: International Joint Commission (IJC)for Great Lakes Management appoints Public Advisory Group for review of water regulation plan
Great Lakes waters are starting to warm up. Here’s a look at current water temperatures on our big lakes.