Twin Ports Freshwater Folk: Contaminants in the Great Lakes

Twin Ports Freshwater Folk: Contaminants in the Great Lakes
5/5/21, 11:30 am - 5/5/21, 1:00 pm

Registration:

Sign up to be added to the Twin Ports Freshwater Folk (TPFF) mailing list to receive a link to the webinar. This event is free and will be recorded.

Description:

The May TPFF topic will be Contaminants in the Great Lakes: An Overview of the Great Lakes Sediment Surveillance Program.

The Twin Ports Freshwater Folk webinars are for members of the Twin Ports community of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin, and those who are engaged in freshwater research, policy, or management issues. Meetings take place the first Wednesday of every month for networking and informal discussion followed by a presentation on a relevant topic.

This webinar series is sponsored by Minnesota Sea Grant (MNSG), the Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI), the Large Lakes Observatory (LLO), the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes Toxicology and Ecology Division.

Speakers:

Chris Filstrup, applied limnologist, NRRI

Euan Reavie, senior research associate & assistant initiative director, NRRI

Bridget Ulrich, aqueous geochemist, NRRI

Chanlan Chun, senior research program manager, environmental engineer, NRRI

Katie Schreiner, associate professor of chemistry & biochemistry, LLO, University of Minnesota Duluth

Contact:

Valerie Brady, associate director of research, MNSG.

Photo credit: Euan Reavie