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DOI Newswave Publication Cover
June 30, 2019

DOI Newswave Publication Summer 2019 Cover

The cover image for the Summer 2019 DOI Newswave issue.

OH K-12 teachers Learning About Watersheds
June 25, 2019

Teaching the Teachers in Ohio

USGS worked with regional partners to provide Ohio K-12 teachers educational resources to teach about watersheds in their classrooms. 

Hammond Bay Biological Station Field Work Collage
June 3, 2019

Voice of America Visits Hammond Bay Biological Station

GLSC Hammond Bay Biological Station research was filmed by Voice of America (VOA) News on June 2-3, 2019. Clockwise from top right: VOA videographer, Ailin Li, interviewing Scott Miehls, USGS; live sea lamprey; videography team at the Ocqueoc River sea lamprey barrier and trap, (L-R) Nathan Allen, GLFC, Josh Benson, Andrea Miehls, GLFC/USGS, Ed Benzer, FWS, Ailin Li, VOA,

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Sea Lamprey
May 30, 2019

Sea Lamprey

 A Sea Lamprey

Acoustic Telemetry Used to Track Fish
May 30, 2019

Acoustic Telemetry Used to Track Fish

Staff from the USGS Great Lakes Science Center gaze at the Mackinac Bridge rising above the mist in the Straits of Mackinac, Michigan. The lines they are holding are attached to grappling hooks being used to retrieve acoustic telemetry equipment anchored on the bottom of the straits. The equipment is used to track fish movements in the Great Lakes and was deployed as part

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Samantha Stanton (USGS) explains Phragmites monitoring protocols
May 29, 2019

Teaching monitoring protocols for invasive Phragmites

Samantha Stanton (Great Lakes Commission, GLSC Volunteer) demonstrates the monitoring protocol to training attendees on May 29, 2019, near Centerville, Michigan.

Lamprey Wound Seminar Participants
May 21, 2019

Scientists Examine Sea Lamprey Wound Characteristics

Tribal, state, and federal fisheries professionals classifying sea lamprey wounds on lake trout at a workshop in Red Cliff, Wisconsin.

May 2, 2019

Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework: Model Overview

This animation is the third video in a series explaining different aspects of the Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework (PAMF). This video focuses on the machine learning model that PAMF uses to systematically learn from participant's data and then provide site-specific management guidance in return. More information about PAMF can be found at our websites:

Implanting an Acoustic Transmitter into a Cisco
April 30, 2019

Implanting an Acoustic Transmitter into a Cisco

Cisco being prepared for surgical implantation of an acoustic transmitter at the USGS Ann Arbor aquatic research laboratory

Cheboygan Residents Tour the R/V Sturgeon
April 24, 2019

Cheboygan Residents Tour the R/V Sturgeon

GLSC Cheboygan Vessel Base staff stand alongside residents of Cheboygan, Michigan, prior to touring the R/V Sturgeon and R/V Arcticus on April 24, 2019.

USGS - GLSC Trawl net workshop
April 24, 2019

USGS - GLSC Trawl net workshop

GLSC trawl net workshop held at the USGS vessel base in Cheboygan, Michigan, April 24-25, 2019. The USGS research vessel Sturgeon pictured in background.

Wings Across the Americas Recipients
April 23, 2019

Recipients of the 2019 Wings Across the Americas Conservation Award

Recipients of the Wings Across the Americas 2019 International Research Partnership Conservation Award representing the Migratory Dragonfly Partnership included Ralph Grundel, GLSC, second from left, and Leslie Weldon, Deputy Chief of the National Forest System, middle.