Recent research on some of Minnesota’s native fishes pinpoints astonishing longevity and an important role in ecosystems.
Scientists have learned a lot about aquatic invasive species, and experts now say the appearance of an exotic species in a body of water doesn’t necessarily mean the end of life as we know it.
Life in the winter trout streams of the Driftless.
A researcher records sounds under the surface of Minnesota lakes and hopes to learn whether humans are disturbing the lives of the denizens of the deep.
Mid-ocean ballast water exchange is working well to keep non-native aquatic organisms from invading the Great Lakes, but scientists are racing to find more secure solutions.
On the St. Croix with fishing guide Brian Klawitter
A vivid history and sober analysis of the many threats the Great Lakes face.
How an arts-based underwater photography program functions as a platform for student driven scientific inquiry (or) Thirty years after hearing a B-side Iron Maiden song, I finally get it.
Notre Dame biologists study how native fish could be restored to the Namekagon River watershed.