Keep It Great: The State of Lake Erie


Wednesday November 7


6:00 PM  –  10:00 PM

Keep it Great: The State of Lake Erie

The symposium will explore the status and future of Lake Erie, focusing on such issues as algal blooms, pollution and water quality issues, invasive species, climate change effects and conservation efforts, including the restoration of Mentor Marsh and the comeback of the Lake Erie water snake.

• Dr. Laura Johnson, Director of the National Center for Water Quality Research at Heidelberg University
• Dr. David Kriska, Biodiversity Coordinator at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History
• Dr. Jeff Reutter, retired director of the Ohio Sea Grant Program, Ohio State University’s Stone Lab and the Center for Lake Erie Area Research
• Dr. Kristin Stanford, Education and Outreach Coordinator at Ohio State University's Stone Lab


John Mangels, Science Communications Officer, Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Panel Discussion begins at 7:00pm in Murch Auditorium

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