Preventing An Invasion…the New Reality. Invasive Species, Climate Change and the Work of the GLFC
Greg McClinchey, BA, MPM, Legislative Liaison, Great Lakes Fishery Commission
Recognizing and Controlling Local Non-Native Invasive Plants
Lynn Short, Professor in Horticulture/Environmental Stewardship Coordinator, Humber College/ Humber Arboretum
Population losses of gulls, terns, and cormorants in Lake Huron after the regime shift of 2003-2004: consequences of the shift to a benthic-dominated large-lake ecosystem and loses of prey in the water column.
Dr. Jim P. Ludwig, Ecotoxicologist, Retired, Former owner of Ecological Research Services Inc. and Science, Ecological Research and Education Inc. Consulting Groups
Hog-nosed snakes and the function of coastal and nearshore systems
Marcus Maddalena, County Biologist / Stewardship Coordinator, County of Huron / Huron Stewardship Council