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Pipetting samples into DNA sequencerEvolution
Researchers monitoring wetland areaBioavailability
Processing samples in organics labTrophic Ecology
Trophic Ecology
Geochemical reactions in small pool seen by green and brown coloursGeochemistry
Invasive Golden Star tunicateInvasion Biology
Invasion Biology
Student sampling water in wetland areaAquatic Ecology
Aquatic Ecology
Bacterium feeding on arsenicBiogeochemistry

Other News

GLIER Prof explains the annual mayfly invasion

Dr. Ken Drouillard, professor at the University of Windsor's Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, explains the mayfly invasion.

Rising Water Levels and Wave Action Monitored by New Sensors

Solar-powered sensors installed in Town of LaSalle.

Science Field Course builds bridges with Walpole Island Community

Science field course builds bridges between members Walpole Island and the University, while studying Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Buoys Deployed to Monitor Nutrient Levels in Lake Erie in Real Time

Dr. Jill Crossman has deployed Real Time nutrient-monitoring buoys in Lake Erie

Dr. Mike McKay discusses Lake Erie high water levels on CBC Radio

Dr. Mike McKay discusses the environmental impact of high lake Eric water levels on CBC radio

Grants to Support Research Discovery

Dr. Christina Semeniuk received $60,000 in grant funding to study species' ability to cope with environmental change

Dr. John Hartig, GLIER Visiting Scholar will give the Keynote address at the Levin College Forum in Cleveland, Ohio Thursday, May 23, 2019

Dr. John Hartig will deliver the Keynote Address "Smoke on the Water" at the Levin College Forum May 23

GLIER researchers using high tech approach to understanding risks to water quality

GLIER researchers are developing methods to understand microbial interactions with sediment in the water and nutrient release.

Latest Blog by GLIER's Visiting Scholar, Dr. John Hartig

Dr. John Hartig's latest blog is available now


2019 GLIER multidisciplinary graduate student symposium April 11 and 12, 2019