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GLIN==> Stone Laboratory Summer 2000



For Immediate Release

February 1, 2000

For more information contact:
Arleen Pineda, Stone Laboratory Coordinator
pineda.2@osu.edu
614/292-8949


Study on an Island During the Summer of 2000 at the F.T. Stone Laboratory

Experience hands-on science at The Ohio State University's north coast
campus. Stone Laboratory is the Lake Erie research and teaching laboratory
for the university's Ohio Sea Grant College Program. Located on the
6.5-acre Gibraltar Island in Put-in-Bay harbor, this facility is the oldest
freshwater biological field station and research laboratory in the United
States.

Application deadlines are approaching. To obtain the necessary applications
and forms, go to the Stone Lab section of our website:
www.sg.ohio-state.edu or contact our office at 614/292-8949. 

You may also e-mail Stone Lab coordinator Arleen Pineda at
pineda.2@osu.edu.  You must state whether you are a high school student;
college student; or educator to receive the correct application packet.


Stone Lab is a unique learning environment that enables students to gain a
comprehensive background in freshwater systems and the environmental
attributes of Lake Erie. The Laboratory provides exceptional educational,
research, and outreach opportunities for the entire state and region. 
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