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GLIN==> April Seiche Newsletter



Minnesota Sea Grant's "Seiche" online newsletter is now available:
http://www.seagrant.umn.edu/seiche/

Articles include:

- The Great Lakes Maritime Transportation System: Critical Energy for Change
One of Sea Grant's newest employees explains how maritime transportation continues to evolve in the Great Lakes.


- Learning About Lateral Line Sensitivity from the Lowly Toadfish
Technological advances suggest that fish lateral lines are not as sensitive as previously thought.


- Ice Cover Lacking on Lake
Find out how ice cover influences evaporation, supports fisheries, and produces astonishing ice volcanoes.


- Preparing for a Future in Aquatic Science
Minnesota Sea Grant committed $507,060 to support graduate students researching topics in aquatic science between 2005 and 2007.


- Stop Exotics Video Now on DVD
A popular aquatic invasive species message goes digital.


...plus information on other staff activities and new products/services. If you'd like to be on the mailing list to receive a hard copy of this publication, please send me your name and street address. Or, if you'd like to receive a personal e-mail notification when the Seiche is available on the web, please send me your e-mail address. Subscription is FREE.

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Marie Zhuikov (pronounced zwee-cough)
Communications Coordinator
Minnesota Sea Grant - UMD
(218) 726-7677
www.seagrant.umn.edu
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