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GLIN==> Latest Seiche Newsletter Available



Minnesota Sea Grant's "Seiche" online newsletter is now available:
http://www.seagrant.umn.edu/newsletter/

Topics include:

- Lake Superior Holds Onto Her Dead, and Her Toxaphene
Researchers have found that Lake Superior's combination of cold water and bacteria allow it to hold onto toxins.


- Law Center Identifies Potential Leaks in Michigan Ballast Water Legislation
Is it constitutional for states to regulate ballast water? Michigan tests the legal system to protect the Great Lakes.


- Readers Want to Know
Why were dead sturgeon washing up around Duluth last fall?

- Lake Superior for Kids (or the Kid in You)
Learning about Lake Superior is fun when you dive into the pages of "A-maze-ing Lake Superior," a maze and puzzle book.


- Wetlands of the Arrowhead CD
Learn about wetlands in northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin through this free CD!


...plus information on other staff activities and new products/services.
If you'd like to be on the mailing list to receive a hard copy of this
publication, please send me your name and street address. Or, if you'd
like to receive a personal e-mail notification when the Seiche is
available on the web, please send me your e-mail address. Subscription
is FREE.
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Marie Zhuikov (pronounced zwee-cough)
Communications Coordinator
Minnesota Sea Grant - UMD
(218) 726-7677
www.seagrant.umn.edu
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