Published on February 4, 2021
Kelly Robinson receives 2020 Decision Analysis Practice Award
Published on February 3, 2021
After a 10-year hiatus from high Lymantria dispar, formerly gypsy moth, infestations, populations began to increase in 2019. This year, Michigan is seeing infestations that meet or exceed the height of infestation prior to 2009.
Effective partnership-building and communication skills are key for scientific research to benefit society
Published on January 12, 2021
Students attending a professional development workshop gained skills to further their work on complex water quality issues.
Published on December 22, 2020
Fish processing regulations in Michigan require this specialized training for specific products.
Published on December 17, 2020
Redistribution efforts of an important natural enemy of brown marmorated stink bugs show early signs of success.
Published on December 15, 2020
Preliminary results show revenues were down over $6 million from 2019, but fishing was beginning to bounce back by late summer.
Published on December 10, 2020
A defoliating moth from eastern Europe may be the solution for long-term control of invasive vines that disrupt native plant and animal communities, including monarch butterflies.
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Published on December 3, 2020
Effective public engagement skills benefit science, society, and enhance aquatic sciences careers.
Published on November 25, 2020
New funding is available for aquatic invasive species outreach to boaters.
Published on November 24, 2020
2020 was another good year for habitat restoration and sediment investigation on the Detroit River but water levels created some unexpected issues.