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The McNair Scholars Journal, 2014
(University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2014)
The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral study. It is a nationwide ...
The McNair Scholars Journal, 2013
(University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2013)
2013 McNair Scholar's Journal
Concentrations of Mercury and Several Organic Chemicals in Four Species of Lake Superior Fish
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as well as State agencies use regulatory authority to address the issue of environmental contaminants in commercially-marketed fish and fish products. The U.S. FDA has environmental ...
Methylmercury Content of Lake Superior Fish
Food contaminants have become an important issue in developing sustaif able resource harvests for interst State departments of health have determined that game fish from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan wa unlimited ...
DEPOSTITIONAL ENVIRONMENTS OF LAKE SUPERIOR SANDS THROUGH GRAIN SIZE ANLYSIS
As part of the problem of recognizing and reconstructing paleo"' environments of arenaceous units in western Lake Superior, grain size parameters of modern fluvial, littoral and inner neritic ...
Geochemical Relationships Between Lake Superior and Its Tributary Streams With-in the Superior-Cornucopia Red Clay Province, Wisconsin
The sedimentation and water quality characteristics of seven Northwestern Wisconsin Lake Superior tributary streams are presented. A large portion of the drainage basins of these streams is located in the Valder's red ...
WISCONSIN'S LAKE SUPERIOR BASIN WATER QUALITY STUDY
Within the four county area of Douglas, Bayfield, Ashland and Iron, located in extreme northwestern Wisconsin, lies an area richly endowed in clean lakes, inviting forests, healthy air and clear streams. The most ...
TRANSPORT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES INTO LAKE SUPERIOR BY SUSPENDED SOLIDS
A primary threat to Great Lakes sport and commercial fisheries arises from contamination problems due to the introduction of certain xenobiotic chemicals in aquatic environments. Of particular concern are hydrophobic ...
SEVEN-DAY LARVAL FATHEAD MINNOW TOXICITY TEST WITH ZINC AND COPPER IN LAKE SUPERIOR WATER
7-Day Toxicity Tests with Zn and Cu were completed using larval fathead minnows. The results presented below are preliminary based upon nominal concentrations. A final report will be provided upon completion of the ...
LAKE SUPERIOR SHORELINE VEGETATION AND EROSION: AN ECOLOGICAL SURVEY
Shoreline erosion along the Great Lakes continues to be a major economic and environmental concern. Of the nearly 5900 km. of shore- line, approximately 60% is erodible glacial clays, sands, or gravels. Fifty percent of ...