Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab

Ohio Sea Grant is a statewide program that supports greater knowledge and stewardship of Lake Erie and the Great Lakes through research, education and outreach. It is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Sea Grant College Program, which includes 32 state programs located in every coastal and Great Lakes state and Puerto Rico. Support of Ohio Sea Grant is provided by NOAA Sea Grant, the State of Ohio, The Ohio State University, Ohio State University Extension, and participating universities, agencies, and businesses. Established in 1895, Stone Laboratory is the oldest freshwater biological field station in the United States and the center of Ohio State University’s teaching and research on Lake Erie. The lab serves as a base for more than 65 researchers from 12 agencies and academic institutions, all working year-round to solve the most pressing problems facing the Great Lakes.

Jill Jentes
Ohio Sea Grant College Program
+1 (614) 292-8949 | jentes.1@osu.edu | http://ohioseagrant.osu.edu

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Stone Laboratory Twitter Monday, Feb. 18 2019, 2:29pm
Ohio Sea Grant Facebook Page Friday, Feb. 08 2019, 3:00pm
Changing Climate Twitter Thursday, Apr. 07 2016, 2:08pm
Stone Laboratory Facebook Page Monday, Feb. 18 2019, 2:23pm
Ohio Sea Grant Lastest News Feed RSS Thursday, Feb. 07 2019, 1:22pm
Ohio Sea Grant Events Calendar iCal Tuesday, Feb. 12 2019, 12:00pm
Ohio Sea Grant Youtube Playlist Thursday, Feb. 14 2019, 3:34pm
Great Lakes Climate Twitter Friday, May. 16 2014, 3:21pm
Newton D'Dog Twitter Friday, Jul. 28 2017, 12:52pm
Ohio Sea Grant Twitter Tuesday, Feb. 12 2019, 5:21pm
Stone Laboratory Instagram Friday, May. 20 2016, 3:14pm
Aquatic Visitors Center Facebook Page Wednesday, Jul. 11 2018, 2:20pm


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