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Monday, November 21, 2022

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Posted: Monday, November 21, 2022

Great Lakes Center Fall 2022 Newsletter

The Great Lakes Center is pleased to release our fall 2022 newsletter (PDF, 2MB). This issue features our summer fieldwork on the Great Lakes and Oneida Lake, invasive species monitoring for the red swamp crayfish, ANT 389 visiting the Field Station grounds to learn forensic excavation techniques, the arrival of the spotted lanternfly to our area, the WNY PRISM crew teaming up with Craneridge Association to remove invasive plants, and one of our research scientist receiving an award.

Each article is also posted separately in our news section:

Newsletter #21: GLC samples the Great Lakes amid challenging weather

Newsletter #21: CSMI Lake Huron survey on Canadian boat

Newsletter #21: Molluscs of Oneida Lake

Newsletter #21: Crayfish battles in Amherst

Newsletter #21: Anthropology class excavations

Newsletter #21: Spotted lanternfly spotted in WNY PRISM region!

Newsletter #21: Battling invasive species in a quiet wooded neighborhood

Newsletter #21: GLC scientist receives research award

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Submitted by: Kit L. Hastings