What's New on GLIN Upwellings The latest edition of Upwellings, Michigan Sea Grant's online newsletter, is now available online. This issue explores the world of scientific modeling, examines salmon in the Great Lakes, highlights the Adopt-a-Beach program, and more.
In the News River eyed for power... Watertown Daily Times (5/21) The town of Lisbon, NY will conduct a feasibility study to consider building hydro-electric power turbines on the St. Lawrence River bottom with the goal of providing low-cost energy to the region
Tug removal underway from Duncan Bay Cheboygan Tribune (5/21) The new owner of three derelict vessels abandoned in Duncan Bay nearly three years ago has contracted to dredge a grounded tugboat free from a sandbar.
Work done at ex-brownfield site on Detroit River The Associated Press (5/18) A nine year effort to clean up an old Chrysler manufacturing facility that is located adjacent to Humbug Marsh, the last mile of natural shoreline on the US mainland of the Detroit River, has been completed!
A black mound of Canadian oil waste is rising over Detroit The New York Times (5/17) A three-story pile of petroleum coke that covers an entire city block is continuing to grow along the banks of the Detroit River. Detroitís ever-growing black mountain is the unloved, unwanted and long overlooked byproduct of Canadaís oil sands boom.