What's New Webinar: Climate change impacts on fisheries (12/5) On Dec. 12, the Ohio State University Climate Outreach Team is presenting a webinar entitled Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries in Lakes Michigan and Huron. This free webinar will provide information about detecting climate signals in long-term fisheries data, climate forecasts, and future climate impacts.
Euclid Council supports wind energy project The News-Herald (12/3) LEEDCo, a nonprofit organization focused on creating an offshore wind energy industry in Ohio, has been gaining support from Northeast Ohio communities for a new wind energy project.
Birds and wind turbines at a crossroads The Beacon (12/3) On the shores of Lake Erie, two of the most prominent natural resources - bald eagles and wind turbines - seem to be on the brink of colliding.
A weather simulation of the 1913 storm (11/13) Extreme weather events, like the Great Lakes Storm of Nov. 7-11, 1913, provide unique challenges to meteorologists. They are usually rare events and often behave in ways that are not easily predictable. Check out a simulation of the weather that took 13 ships to the bottom of the Great Lakes in the 1913 storm.
Impacts of Climate Change on the Great Lakes Basin Environment Canada and NOAA The goal of this 1998 project is to improve our understanding of the complex interactions between climate variability and change, the environment, and social and economic systems so that informed regional adaptation responses can be developed for the sustainable management of the Basin.