Month: July 2009

Fish Ecology aboard the EPA Research Vessel Lake Guardian

Dr. Nancy Auer of the Biological Sciences Department was a participating faculty member for the COSEE course.


Dr. Nancy Auer of Michigan Tech, Cynthia Hagley of Minnesota Sea Grant, Duluth and Joel Hoffman of the US EPA, Duluth.
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 180-foot research vessel (R/V) Lake Guardian

The Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE) Great Lakes invites 4th-10th grade teachers and non-formal educators to participate in one of two week-long Shipboard and Shoreline Science workshops aboard the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 180-foot research vessel (R/V) Lake Guardian. Educators will work beside scientists, participating in Great Lakes research and stopping in ports for additional science experiences. In addition to shipboard and shoreline science, participants will examine curricula and resources and explore classroom activities relating to the Great Lakes and oceans.

Dr. Nancy Auer was a presenter for the workshop by Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE)


Video “What’s in a lake trout gut?” from Youtube.

See more videos on Great Lakes Research Channel