great_lakes

Center awards $2.9M Great Lakes grants

U. of Michigan Water Center awards nearly $2.9M to support Great Lakes restoration, protection

The University of Michigan Water Center has awarded eight research grants totaling nearly $2.9 million to support Great Lakes restoration and protection efforts.

Experts debate how to improve Great Lakes program

Scientists, advocates debate ways to boost effectiveness of Great Lakes restoration program

Academics and activists are debating how to do better at nursing the ailing Great Lakes to health as the Obama administration prepares to roll out a second phase of its wide-ranging cleanup plan.

Experts debate how to improve Great Lakes program

Scientists, advocates debate ways to boost effectiveness of Great Lakes restoration program

Academics and activists are debating how to do better at nursing the ailing Great Lakes to health as the Obama administration prepares to roll out a second phase of its wide-ranging cleanup plan.

Experts debate how to improve Great Lakes program

Scientists, advocates debate ways to boost effectiveness of Great Lakes restoration program

Academics and activists are debating how to do better at nursing the ailing Great Lakes to health as the Obama administration prepares to roll out a second phase of its wide-ranging cleanup plan.

Experts debate how to improve Great Lakes program

Scientists, advocates debate ways to boost effectiveness of Great Lakes restoration program

Academics and activists are debating how to do better at nursing the ailing Great Lakes to health as the Obama administration prepares to roll out a second phase of its wide-ranging cleanup plan.

Commission plans study of Great Lakes oil shipment

1-year study of environmental, economic implications planned

Representatives of U.S. states and Canadian provinces surrounding the Great Lakes are calling for a closer look at plans to step up transportation of crude oil in the region.

Commission plans study of Great Lakes oil shipment

1-year study of environmental, economic implications planned

Representatives of U.S. states and Canadian provinces surrounding the Great Lakes are calling for a closer look at plans to step up transportation of crude oil in the region.

Commission plans study of Great Lakes oil shipment

1-year study of environmental, economic implications planned

Representatives of U.S. states and Canadian provinces surrounding the Great Lakes are calling for a closer look at plans to step up transportation of crude oil in the region.

Commission plans study of Great Lakes oil shipment

1-year study of environmental, economic implications planned

Representatives of U.S. states and Canadian provinces surrounding the Great Lakes are calling for a closer look at plans to step up transportation of crude oil in the region.

Experts: Climate primary factor on lake levels

Experts say climate, not human structures, will have biggest effects on lake levels

Experts say there's no guarantee that placing structures in the St. Clair River would elevate Lakes Huron and Michigan to their normal levels because they might not offset the effects of a warming climate.

Experts: Climate primary factor on lake levels

Experts say climate, not human structures, will have biggest effects on lake levels

Experts say there's no guarantee that placing structures in the St. Clair River would elevate Lakes Huron and Michigan to their normal levels because they might not offset the effects of a warming climate.

Experts: Climate primary factor on lake levels

Experts say climate, not human structures, will have biggest effects on lake levels

Experts say there's no guarantee that placing structures in the St. Clair River would elevate Lakes Huron and Michigan to their normal levels because they might not offset the effects of a warming climate.

Experts: Climate primary factor on lake levels

Experts say climate, not human structures, will have biggest effects on lake levels

Experts say there's no guarantee that placing structures in the St. Clair River would elevate Lakes Huron and Michigan to their normal levels because they might not offset the effects of a warming climate.