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NMGL Spring Lecture Series | 50 Years of History and Science

NMGL Spring Lecture Series | 50 Years of History and Science

National Museum of the Great Lakes
1701 Front St
Toledo, OH 43605

Wednesday, April 10, 2024 | 7 p.m.

Join NMGL for the second presentation of our 2024 Spring Lecture Series presented by Impact Employment Solutions. Offered as a hybrid event, participants can choose when registering to take part in person at the museum or online via Zoom.

Designated on April 25, 1974, the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) was established to provide a focus for NOAA’s environmental and ecosystem research in the Great Lakes and coastal marine environments. In this presentation, NOAA’s Great Lake’s Regional Coordinator, Jennifer Day, join us to chronicle half a century of history and science on the Great Lakes.

  • Better understand the history of degradation of the Great Lakes
  • Learn how science is helping improve the Great Lakes’ physical, biological and chemical ecosystem

NOAA GLERL and its partners have been conducting innovative research on the dynamic environments and ecosystems of the Great Lakes and coastal regions for 50 years now. Together we will explore how they are working to provide information for resource use and management decisions that, in turn, are leading to safe and sustainable ecosystems, ecosystem services, and human communities.

This lecture is free, but registration is required. Donations are always happily accepted.

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