Invaders in the Great Lakes
There are many invasive species that have made thier homes in the Great Lakes. Keeping these invasive organisms under control is crucial to the health of all the waterways in and around the Great Lakes. Scientists have turned to social media to spread awarness of this issue.
- Carol Stepien, Ph.D., Director of the Lake Erie Center, University of Toledo
- Christopher Winslow, Interim Director, Ohio Sea Grant; Interim Director, Ohio State's Stone Lab
- Harvey Webster, Director of Wildlife Resources at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History