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GLIN==> Latest Issue of Upwellings Now Online

Title: Latest Issue of Upwellings Now Online

December 2003
Volume 26, Number 4

Contact: Joyce Daniels, Editor, (734) 647-0766 or joydan@umich.edu
The latest issue of Michigan Sea Grant's newsletter upwellings is now online:
Editorial: Great Lakes Education and Technology
Use of the Internet and other technologies help make the best science-based information available to the widest audiences.

Great Lakes Curriculum Lessons                                 
Downloadable curriculum lessons feature water clarity, weather and water temperature, oxygen and carbon dioxide, and the aquatic food web.
K-12 Camps and Programs                                        
Plans for the 2004 4-H Great Lakes and Natural Resources Camp in northern Michigan are underway. Michigan teens ages 13-15 are eligible to apply.

Grants and Fellowships                                               
Applications are now being accepted for the 2004 Great Lakes Commission-Sea Grant Fellowship, one of several unique opportunities for graduate students.
Clean Marinas: Worth the Investment
Ten Michigan marinas are the first to support the Michigan Clean Marina program, unveiled at the 2003 Recreational Boating Educational Conference.

Michigan's Charter Fishing Industry Bounces Back
A survey of Michigan's charter fishing captains reveals greater revenues, larger boats but fewer captains.

Sturgeon Habitat Project Announced
A project to create spawning reefs for lake sturgeon in the Detroit River was one of two projects announced in November at Belle Isle.

Luring the Sea Lamprey
Sea lamprey researcher Weiming Li wraps up the Fall 2003 Great Lakes Seminar Series at the University of Michigan.

New Publication: Where Land Meets Water
A new, full-color poster explains the problems caused by soil erosion and sedimentation in a composite Great Lakes watershed and what can be done.