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MSUE News Brief - Students Bring Local Lake Huron Fisheries History to Life

Brandon Schroeder, Michigan State University Extension -Michigan Sea Grant

Mapping shipwrecks with marine archeologists, researching Great Lakes fisheries of past and present, and building underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to explore what lies below Great Lakes waters are just another day at school for students enrolled in Shipwreck Alley. This new course offered at Alpena High School, Shipwreck Alley: Shipwrecks, Science, and the Marine Sanctuary, engages students in local, hands-on, Great Lakes science and history...

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Created on Monday, July 29, 2013
 
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