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OSU Marine Biology Club Visits AEL

May 6, 2019
Graduate Student Lyndsie Collis meets with the undergraduate marine biology club

OSU's undergraduate marine biology club, Under the S.E.A., recently visited the Aquatic Ecology Laboratory to learn about opportunities in the aquatic sciences.

Do you have any good news?

April 29, 2019
planet earth melting over an ocean

Stu presented a talk on climate change at the Dublin Rotary Club. While an important subject, it can be difficult to discuss the reality of climate change because the facts can make reality look very bleak.

The Fellowship of the King

April 29, 2019
shore of forest with cyanotoxin filled water

Whitney King, a masters student in Jim Hood's lab, received the Edgerley Environmental Toxicology Summer Fellowship funded through Natural and Mathematical Sciences.

Lyndsie is Awarded a Fellowship

March 4, 2019
Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research

Lyndsie Collis has been awarded a fellowship through the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research. She will be working with Dr. Hank Vanderploeg (NOAA-GLERL) and Dr.

True to Home

March 4, 2019
Spawning Site Fidelity of Lake Erie Walleye by Andrew Bade et al.

Andrew Bade Gave a presentation titled "Spawning site fidelity of Lake Erie walleye" at the 2019 Great Lakes Acoustic Telemetry Observation System Coordination Meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

PhD student Andrew Bade publishes paper

February 4, 2019

Andrew Bade, a PhD student at the AEL advised by Stu Ludsin, published a paper with his coauthors titled "Sex-based differences in spawning behavior account for male-biased harvest in Lake Erie walleye (Sander vitreus).

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