Mn Sea Grant: Superior Waves

Sinopse

Minnesota Sea Grant's collection of audio relating to Lake Superior and Minnesota's inland waters.

Episódios

  • Sea Grant on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

    Sea Grant on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

    06/12/2016 Duração: 09min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with University of Minnesota Duluth undergraduate Annika Whitcomb about her role in managing Minnesota Sea Grant's social media.

  • Ideas for Building a Career in Fisheries

    Ideas for Building a Career in Fisheries

    22/11/2016 Duração: 08min

    Jesse Schomberg talks with L.J. Rogers, UMD undergraduate and president of the American Fisheries Society - University of Minnesota Duluth Subunit, about preparing for a career in fisheries science.

  • Its a Blue-Green World! Cyanobacteria and You

    It's a Blue-Green World! Cyanobacteria and You

    08/11/2016 Duração: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about cyanobacteria (aka. blue-green algae) and ways that Sea Grant, and possibly you, are working to understand hazardous algae blooms.

  • Sea Grant Act Signed 50 Years Ago...And Then What!?

    Sea Grant Act Signed 50 Years Ago...And Then What!?

    11/10/2016 Duração: 07min

    On Oct 15, 1966 President Johnson signed the Sea Grant College Act. Why would he do such a thing? What did it do? What has it done (maybe found a key to curing cancer?!?!?)? What does it mean for the future?

  • A Year of Intensive Monitoring: CSMI on Lake Superior

    A Year of Intensive Monitoring: "CSMI" on Lake Superior

    27/09/2016 Duração: 05min

    Host Jesse Schomberg interviews Dr. Michael Sierszen, Research Ecologist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, about the Cooperative Science and Monitoring Initiative on the Great Lakes.

  • Kala, Kala, Kala - Charter Fishing Lake Superior Style

    "Kala, Kala, Kala" - Charter Fishing Lake Superior Style

    27/09/2016 Duração: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about the charter fishing industry in western Lake Superior and the aquatic food web on which it is built.

  • Interview with The Intern: A Summer of Aquatic Invasive Species

    Interview with The Intern: A Summer of Aquatic Invasive Species

    13/09/2016 Duração: 08min

    Host Jesse Schomberg interviews UMD undergraduate Claire Freesmeier about her internship with Minnesota Sea Grant's Aquatic Invasive Species Program and the non-native species that are poised to damage Lake Superior if the region continues to warm due to its changing climate.

  • Walleye, Part 2

    Walleye, Part 2

    24/05/2016 Duração: 06min

    Find out more about Minnesota Walleye as host Jesse Schomberg interviews Minnesota Sea Grant Fisheries Extension Educator Don Schreiner. Topics include balancing stocking with wild reproduction, and aquatic invasive species.

  • Fishing Opener! Walleye, Part 1

    Fishing Opener! Walleye, Part 1

    10/05/2016 Duração: 07min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Minnesota Sea Grant Fisheries Extension Educator Don Schreiner about Minnesota's state fish ... the Walleye. Topics include eyes, Walleye chop and distribution. Tip for anglers: Shiner minnows!

  • Game-Changing Advances in Assessing Beach Bacteria

    Game-Changing Advances in Assessing Beach Bacteria

    26/04/2016 Duração: 05min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about how researchers are using Lake Superior and the St. Louis River Estuary as test sites for developing new techniques to determine the sources of bacteria found on beaches.

  • Are you Weather-Ready?

    Are you Weather-Ready?

    12/04/2016 Duração: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks to Carol Christenson, Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service Office in Duluth, about severe weather and what it means to be a weather-ready nation.

  • Our New Fish Guy: Don Schreiner

    Our New "Fish Guy": Don Schreiner

    29/03/2016 Duração: 07min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Don Schreiner, retired MNDNR Lake Superior fisheries supervisor and new MNSG fisheries extension specialist about ... you guessed it ... FISH!

  • Managing Water Across Boundaries

    Managing Water Across Boundaries

    15/03/2016 Duração: 05min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about transboundary water challenges and the Upper Great Lakes Law and Policy Symposium.

  • Smart Ponds, Sexy Soil: The Front Lines of Climate Adaptation

    Smart Ponds, Sexy Soil: The Front Lines of Climate Adaptation

    01/03/2016 Duração: 06min

    There's nothing like being there but Jesse Schomberg gives a great overview of what went on at the Climate Adaptation Conference in Minneapolis.

  • Sea Grant is Golden: New Director, New Directions

    Sea Grant is Golden: New Director, New Directions

    16/02/2016 Duração: 06min

    Minnesota Sea Grant's new director is excited to be part of NOAA Sea Grant's next 50 years. Host Jesse Schomberg interviews Dr. John A. Downing.

  • Goldfish and a Habitattitude-style Surrender

    Goldfish and a Habitattitude-style Surrender

    02/02/2016 Duração: 05min

    Jesse Schomberg tells goldfish-gone-wild stories and explains how a Sea Grant/MN Aquarium Scoiety event helped over 100 aquarium fish find new homes.

  • A Pinch of Road Salt

    A Pinch of Road Salt

    19/01/2016 Duração: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Erica Strom, a Minnesota Green Corps volunteer who is working with the City of Duluth to minimize the amount of road salt that ends up in the city's streams and in Lake Superior.

  • Large Ships and Bulk Commodities: Great Lakes Lakers

    Large Ships and Bulk Commodities: Great Lakes Lakers

    19/01/2016 Duração: 05min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about the largest vessels plying the waters of Superior and the robust shipping industry within the Great Lakes.

  • Flashiness, Nick Points and North Shore Streams

    Flashiness, Nick Points and North Shore Streams

    05/01/2016 Duração: 07min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks to Dr. Karen Gran, associate professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Minnesota Duluth, about the streams along Minnesota's North Shore.

  • What Ice (or Lack Thereof) Means for Ecological Processes Underwater

    What Ice (or Lack Thereof) Means for Ecological Processes Underwater

    22/12/2015 Duração: 07min

    Jesse Schomberg interviews Ted Ozersky, Assistant Professor of Biology and the Large Lakes Observatory at UMD. Ozersky has studied large, cold lakes worldwide finding that there's more going on under the ice than we thought.

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