In a new study, scientists from NOAA’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL), the University of Michigan, and other institutions decided to take a closer look at the Great Lakes basin for changes in water temperature and ice cover over time. The paper, which will be published in the journal Climatic Change, found that some parts of the Great Lakes warm faster […] Continue Reading
Find out why climate change is no friend to Michigan’s native species
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Today’s front page image is a fungi island community that was cultured (grown) by University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment Ph.D. student Lauren Cline for a research project.
Photo by Dave Brenner thanks to Creative Commons License 2.0.
New studies identify common mechanisms, link to e-cigarettes For the first time, research has pinpointed the mechanisms within our cells which link smoking and aging. The finding, made by Central Michigan University’s Neeraj Vij, will allow doctors to screen patients for the predictive marker, which may help them to create an intervention strategy to help […] Continue Reading