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Ecosystem Services Valuation in the Indiana Coastal Zone introduces this concept to coastal zone managers, policymakers, and valuation practitioners. Ecosystem services valuation allows decision makers to better address resource management challenges and communicate how actions can negatively or positively affect the public.
This story map relays key findings from the 2015 Lake Michigan field year of the Cooperative Science and Monitoring Initiative. This digital, multi-media outreach tool is intended to convey research results to broad audiences including anglers, boaters, conservation groups, and other Lake Michigan stakeholders.
For more detailed information, visit Lake Michigan Health: A Deeper Dive
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This session was one of the largest at the 60th annual IAGLR conference, with 18 oral presentations, 1 poster presentation, and 1 facilitated discussion period. The full list of abstracts (with author contact information) is included as Appendix 1. This session was well-attended throughout the day, with as many as 70 people attending the individual talks.
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This report discusses stakeholder perceptions of the Lower Rouge River in the Rouge River Area of Concern (AOC) and attitudes toward a cleanup being performed under the Great Lakes Legacy Act.
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An overview pamphlet on efforts to improve the Great Lakes through pollution prevention, monitoring, cleanups, and education.
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This curriculum can engage upper elementary and high school students in Great Lakes environmental stewardship. It is designed for schools located in Areas of Concern (AOC) but can apply to any Great Lakes community where large scale environmental cleanup projects are ongoing.
- 22 Ways to Prevent Pollution
- IISG and Purdue publication series addresses effects of climate change in Indiana
- Freedom Seekers curriculum connects students to the Underground Railroad, Great Lakes and science
- Lake levels workshops highlight the need for information sharing
- Eat Midwest Fish website launches fresh fish finder