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Hubbard Lake Water Quality Monitoring

Students use chemical and aquatic invertebrate tests to determine health of Hubbard Lake.
Watershed Studies

Students recently completed water quality testing training in Alpena at the NOAA center learning chemical and macro-invertebrate testing methods. They also boarded the glass-bottom boat, Lady Michigan, and explored Thunder Bay discussing fisheries, aquatic invasive species, and open water testing equipment. The students finished the trip with an introduction to the area's Maritime Heritage through viewing shipwrecks in the bay. 

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Project Participants
Daniel Moffatt
Harriet Smith
Jon Webb
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Created on Tuesday, September 25, 2012
 
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