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The Current Webinar: Harmful Algal Blooms

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The Current Webinar: Harmful Algal Blooms

Join the North Central Region Water Network July 8th at 2 PM CT for the next edition of The Current.

With summer in full swing, many folks enjoy spending time out on the water. However, harmful algal blooms, or HABs, can put a damper on summer fun. Tune in to the next edition of The Current to hear an update on the Network funded Reservoir Observer Student Scientists program as well as the latest HABs research.

Featured Speakers:

  • Emily Kinzinger, Graduate Research Assistant, MU Limnology Lab, University of Missouri: β€œReservoir Observer Student Scientists: Year-round Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring”
  • Melissa Miller, Associate Director, Iowa Water Center, Iowa State University: β€œPartnering to Develop Research, Outreach, and Education Resources to Mitigate Harmful Algal Blooms in the North Central Region”

 

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