Friday, June 30, 2006
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Sunday, June 25, 2006
"We are so thankful to the Captain and Crew of the Lake Guardian. They are all the absolute best and we could not have had this amazing journey without them!" -- Shipboard and Shoreline Science on Lake Erie
Find out why this deserving crew got their own personal thank you by reading Jessica's blog Nat Res 611 and click on the link to the right!
Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
Hey, it's me, OSU Nature Gal! Come check out my blog as I tell you about my week of fishing at Stone Lab. If you see the picture that Daniella posted, you can see me with my monster walleye (29 inches! That's almost half as long as I am tall!) kneeling in the front row on the far right. I just posted some helpful hints on coming to Stone Lab and I will be posting pictures soon!
"Everyone was able to participate in the water sampling this morning. Techniques used were the Rosette Sampler (conductivity, temperature, chlorphyll, and dissolved oxygen), Box Core Sampler, Ponar Grab, and Plankton Net." -- Shipboard and Shoreline Science on Lake Erie
Wanna know what we're talking about?? Click here! to find out what's new in Natural Resources 611: Great Lakes Education Workshop
Monday, June 19, 2006
Saturday, June 17, 2006
Ever wonder what it would be like to take classes on a cruise ship?? Well now you'll have a better idea. Lauren, a student in Natural Resources 611: Great Lakes Education Workshop, is taking a cruise ship all along Lake Erie on the R/V Lake Guardian. This week long course will involve teachers and informal educators in interdisciplinary learning opportunities for Great Lakes and ocean systems research. Read all about Lauren's adventures here!
Thursday, June 15, 2006
Monday, June 12, 2006
This year Stone Lab has decided to do something new and different to promote classes over the summer. Meet our new blog! Students that are taking courses at the lab RIGHT NOW are keeping logs of their experiences and reporting back right here. Read about the exciting adventures these students are experiencing as they conduct research on the nation's oldest biological field station . . .