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River Talk Series: Why do Fish in Some Lakes and Streams Have Unsafe Levels of Mercury and Fish in Others Don't?

April 12, 2017
7:00 p.m.
Barker's Waterfront Grille
Barker's Island Inn
300 Marina Dr.
Superior, WI

Free! Public-friendly presentation and discussion about mercury research in the St. Louis River Estuary by Nate Johnson, University of Minnesota Duluth scientist. The title of the talk is, "Why do Fish in Some Lakes and Streams Have Unsafe Levels of Mercury and Fish in Others Don't?" The Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Minnesota and Wisconsin Sea Grant programs have teamed to offer this series of informal evening talks about the St. Louis River Estuary. Everyone is invited to these informal "River Talks." Check the River Talk website for details. If you miss a talk, visit Wisconsin Sea Grant's "Great Lakes Takes" blog for a summary.

Questions? Contact series organizer, Marie Zhuikov with Wisconsin Sea Grant: 715-392-3141 X1003 or mzhuikov@aqua.wisc.edu.

Click here to learn more about the River Talk Series and to read about past talks ...


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