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A recent study summarizing 11 years of plankton metabolism data from Muskegon Lake to Lake Michigan give insight on the carbon balance in this Great Lakes coastal ecosystem.
Dr. Mark Luttenton is part of a team of scientists who are surveying the Great Lakes for fungi that could possibly be used to treat pediatric cancers.
AWRI's Dr. Kevin Strychar co-authored a chapter on climate change in a recent report released by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
AWRI says goodbye to two postdocs, Geraldine Nogaro and Dave Janetski, who have both secured exciting new positions.
The Lake Express high-speed ferry will host a special event on May 5 to benefit AWRI.
Recently discovered submerged sinkholes in Lake Huron near Alpena, MI are inhabited by peculiar microbial life. These cyanobacteria live in low/no oxygen and high sulfur groundwater seeping out of Paleozoic marine evaporates in the regions karst aquifers
Yellow perch are an ecologically and economically important species in North America, especially in Lake Michigan. Yellow perch supported extensive commercial and recreational fisheries in Lake Michigan as recently as the 1980s, but only a fraction
Invasive hybrids between an introduced aquatic weed, Eurasian watermilfoil, and its ecologically benign native sister species, northern watermilfoil, are associated with chemically managed lakes in the Menominee River Watershed (MRW).
Data from the Muskegon Lake Long-Term Monitoring Program has been used to create a water quality dashboard that depicts the current status and historical trends in Muskegon Lake water quality.
More than 500 students from Montague and Whitehall public schools will experience hands-on science field trips at Grand Valley's Annis Water Resources Institute during 2012 and 2013, thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Alcoa Foundation. The grant