Monthly Archives: May 2017

$20M federal grant supports new Great Lakes research center

The University of Michigan is establishing a research institute focused on sustainable management of the Great Lakes.  Read more…

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Lake Michigan holds stories and mysteries beneath her waves

… One story attributed to the mysterious triangle was of flight 2501. In 1950 the Northwest Orient flight left New York’s La Guardia bound for it’s first stop in Minneapolis. […]

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Executive order creates uncertainty for National Marine Sanctuary on Lakeshore

MANITOWOC, Wis. (WFRV) – Manitowoc’s mayor is concerned about the future of a proposed National Marine Sanctuary after an executive order just signed  by President Trump. That order aimed at […]

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‘Mooring Buoys’ Being Placed in Lake Huron to Preserve Shipwrecks

It’s buoy season and that means underwater lake action. Divers from the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary are out on a mission to persevere shipwrecks in Lake Huron. “The ‘mooring […]

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North America’s Great Lakes – X-Ray Mag #79

There are other areas of the world with well preserved shipwrecks, but the Great Lakes of North America have the monopoly on sheer mass, variety and relative ease of access.  […]

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