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GLIER Symposium 2020 Postponed

2020 GLIER Symposium dates set


Dr. John Hartig, GLIER's Visiting Scholar published an article in The Nature of Cities entitled "Toronto Harbour Cleanup: The Cornerstone of Waterfront Revitalization"

Dr. John Hartig published an article in The Nature of Cities chronicling the restoration of Toronto's Waterfront


Dr. John Hartig, GLIER Visting Scholar, will present a talk at MSU's Great Lakes Conference on March 3, 2020

Dr. John Hartig will present a talk about reclaiming Detroit's industrial waterfront on March 3 at MSU


Dr. Daniel Heath and team receive more funding for Gen-Fish research

D. Heath and team receive more funding for Gen-Fish research


Graduate Student and Post-Doctoral Positions available with GenFISH

Graduate Student and Postdoctoral positions available with GenFISH


Arctic fish disturbed by increased shipping noise

Arctic fish disturbed by increased shipping noise.


Dr. John Hartig tells about the societal importance and economic benefits of the cleanup up of Toronto's waterfront

Dr. John Hartig wrote an article in Toronto Waterfront magazine about the benefits of a city's waterfront rehabilitation


GLIER visting scholar Dr. John Hartig publishes his latest installment of Great Lakes Moment-How the cleanup of the Rouge River Old Channel will become a model for other regions to clean up their waterways.

Dr. John Hartig published an article on how the cleanup of the Rouge River Old Channel will be a model for other places to clean up waterways


University of Windsor researchers discuss how climate change may threaten drinking water for millions of Canadians

Article published by University of Windsor researchers on water quality as it relates to climate change in Great Lakes Basin