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GLSC to participate in International Association of Great Lakes Research-State of Lake Ontario Virtual Conference

February 22, 2021

Focus on Lake Ontario Research in this Virtual Conference

Scientists from GLSC will participate in the International Association of Great Lakes Research-State of Lake Ontario Conference (Virtual), March 9-11, 2021. Presentations delivered by GLSC include the following (GLSC authors in bold): 

  • Brown, T.1, Sethi, S.1, Rudstam, L.1, Connerton, M.2, Holden, J.3, Hoyle, J.3Chalupnicki, M.4, Gorsky, D.5, Karboski, C.5Evans, T.6, Sard, N.7, Costa, J.8, Prindle, S.9, Sanderson, M.9, Klindt, R.9, Todd, M.9Roseman, E.6Lau, A.6Cooper, A.6Reinhart, D.6Davis, C.6Lantry, B.6Weidel, B.6, 1Cornell University; 2New York State Department of Environmental Conservation; 3Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources of Forestry; 4Tunisian Laboratory of Aquatic Science, 5Lower Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office, 6Lake Ontario Biological Station, 7SUNY Oswego, 8Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 9New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Contemporary spatial extent and environmental drivers of larval coregonine distributions across Lake Ontario. International Association of Great Lakes Research, State of Lake Ontario Conference (Virtual), March 9-11.  
  • Futia, M.1Lantry, B.2, Lantry, J.3, Johnson, J.4, Connerton, M.3, Rinchard, J.5, 1University of Vermont, 2U.S. Geological Survey Lake Ontario Biological Station, 3New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 4Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, 5SUNY Brockport. Thiamine deficiency monitoring in Lake Ontario lake trout during the 2013 and 2018 CSMI.  
  • Heisey, A.1Lantry, B.2, Connerton, M.3, Rinchard, J.1, 1SUNY Brockport, 2U.S. Geological Survey, 3New York State Department of Envionmental Conservation. Spatial variability of thiamine concentration and fatty acid signatures in lake trout.  
  • Ren, J.1, Point, A.1, Fakouri Baygi, S.1, Fernando, S.1, Hopke, P.1,2, Holsen, T.1Lantry, B.3Weidel, B.3, Crimmins, B.1,4, 1Clarkson University, 2University of Rochester, 3U.S. Geological Survey Great Lakes Science Center, 4AEACS, LLC. Bioaccumulation of Perfluoroalkyl Substances in a Lake Ontario Food Web
  • Rutherford, E.1, Mason, D.1, Zhang, H.2Weidel, B.3Lantry, B.3, Koops, M.4, Hossain, M.4, Chu, C.4, Boston, C.4, Arhonditsis, G. 5, Rudstam, L.6Fitzpatrick, K.6, Watkins, J.6, Holeck, K.6, Johnson, T.7, Yuille, M.7, Brown, E.7, Holden, J.7Fitzpatrick, K.6, Burlakova, L.8, Stewart, T.9, Hinchey, E.9, Portiss, R.10, Cartwright, L.10, Connerton, M.11, (NY DEC) 1NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory; 2Eureka Aquatic Research, LLC; 3U.S. Geological Survey Great Lakes Science Center; 4Fisheries and Oceans Canada; 5University of Toronto; 6Cornell University; 7Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry; 8SUNY Buffalo; 9U.S. EPA; 10Toronto and Region Conservation Authority; 11New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Modeling Nutrient and Invasive Species Tipping Points on the Lake Ontario Food Web
  • Holda, T.1, Rudstam, L.1, Watkins, J.1, Pothoven, S.2Warner, D.3, O’brien, T.3, Bowen, K.4, Currie, W.4O’malley, B.3, Boynton, P.1, Jude, D.51Cornell Biological Field Station, 2NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Laboratory, 3U.S. Geological Survey Great Lakes Science Center, 4DFO Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 5University of Michigan. Comparing mysid abundance and trends across the five Great Lakes.  
  • Elgin, A.1, Glyshaw, P.1Weidel, B.21NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, 2U.S. Geological Survey Great Lakes Science Center. Depth-specific differences in quagga mussel growth and body condition in Lake Ontario.  
  • Hellquist, E.1Walsh, M.2Weidel, B.3, Benjou, L.1, Earl, E.1, Bailine, R.1, Kuhn, D.1, Raymond, C.11SUNY Oswego, 2U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 3U.S. Geological Survey. Plastic abundance across habitats and biota of Lake Ontario: Shoreline wrack, prey fish, and introduced salmon.  
  • Uzarski, D.1, Larocque, S.1, Johnson, T.2O' Malley, B.3, Weidel, B.3, Fisk, A.11University of Windsor, 2Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, 3U.S. Geological Survey. Trophic Relationships of Zooplankton and Benthic Invertebrates in Lake Ontario.  

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