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View Resource Great Lakes Fishery Commission

Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the GLFC coordinates fisheries research, controls the invasive sea lamprey, and facilitates cooperative fishery management among the state, provincial, tribal, and federal management agencies. Site features the latest news, events, and research of the Great Lakes, plus publications, an image gallery, information on each specific lake committee, fisheries...

View Resource NOAA: Great Lakes Eco-Region

The Great Lakes are vast, and provide fabulous laboratories for people to learn about everything from hydrology to cultural geography. This remarkable collection from NOAA brings together multimedia, lessons, real-world data, and background information about these bodies of water. The homepage features a meditative narrative essay that combines topographic description with general observations...

View Resource Earthwatch Radio: Sea Lamprey Resurgence

This radio broadcast describes efforts to control the population of sea lampreys in the Great Lakes. Sea lampreys, an invasive species from the Atlantic Ocean, have populated the lakes for years, but have recently increased in numbers despite efforts to control them. A hole in a dam on the Manistique River on the northern edge of Lake Michigan is thought to have caused the problem. The clip is 2...

View Resource Great Lakes Information Network Teachers Corner

Teacher's Corner includes extensive professionally-reviewed curriculum materials all focused on the Great Lakes and their fisheries. The site is very user friendly and the materials database is easily searched. Curriculum materials are aligned to Michigan standards and in most cases offer a free sample lesson. A discussion forum is also available. Some materials do have a cost, however, many are...

View Resource Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant K-12 Education Resources

This collection of Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant education resources includes several activities that introduce students to invasive species and seafood contamination. The goal of these activities is to educate not only students but adults on the issues of the Great Lakes. Resources are applicable to regions outside the Great Lakes.

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