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Title: Latest issue of upwellings now
The September 2005 issue of Michigan Sea
Grant's quarterly newsletter is now online.
Improving Environmental Decision Making through Integrated
Highlights the integrated assessment process, a comprehensive
research approach to addressing critical environmental policy and
Integrated Assessment Workshop: Oct. 12, 2005
This one-day workshop is designed to provide interested
researchers with the background necessary to develop proposals for
Michigan Sea Grant's 2006 call for proposals.
Online Lessons Bring Great Lakes Education into the Classroom
This new collection of 15 downloadable lessons includes hands-on
activities exploring the aquatic food web and invasive species, water
quantity and quality, and Great Lakes fisheries.
Northwest Michigan Buoy Data Now Available
Live meteorological data from an automated buoy in west Grand
Traverse Bay is now available online. The buoy is part of a developing
Great Lakes Observing System.
Voyages of Discovery
More than 1,000 people set sail this summer on 43 Summer Discovery
Cruises sponsored by Michigan Sea Grant, Michigan State University
Extension, and the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority.
Michigan Sea Grant, a cooperative program of the University of
Michigan and Michigan State University, is one of 30 programs in a
national network dedicated to the protection and sustainable use of
marine and Great Lakes resources.