Stu Ludsin attended the Great Lake Fishery Commission’s Board of Technical Experts meeting at the University of Guelph, Ontario, last week, where he reviewed proposals for the GLFC’s Fisheries Research Program. A photo of BOTE members is attached.
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Stu Ludsin gave a presentation at the Harmful Algal Blooms: State of the Science Conference in Toledo, Ohio. His presentation was entitled "Fish Flesh and Fresh Produce as Sources of Microcystin Exposure to Humans."
Master's student Rebecca Dillon attended the Echoview Training Seminar in Halifax, Nova Scotia from September 12-16, 2016 to learn about and explore hydroacoustic theory, data, and processing techniques (www.echoview.com).
Congratulations! Dr. Jim Hood and colleagues from U.K., Iceland, Norway, and U.S. collaborated on a manuscript entited, Impact of warming on CO2 emissions from stream countered by aquatic photosynthesis.
Drs. Stuart A. Ludsin and Elizabeth A. Marschall have two years of support for a Post-doctoral Scientist to contribute to ongoing research centered on the ecology of Lake Erie’s fish communities.