Episode 27: Investigating Algal Blooms and Hypoxia in the Great Lakes


​In the first episode of the New Year, we are joined by Dr. Aaron Fisk, a professor at the University of Windsor and Science Director for the Real-time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network (RAEON), Katelynn Johnson, Research and Operations Director at RAEON, and Cailin Burmaster, a Marine Technician for RAEON.  The team is using a Slocum Glider from Teledyne Webb Research to investigate the health of the Great Lakes.

For more information about the work being done in the Great Lakes by RAEON, check out the organization's Twitter handle or you can also follow along with the Fisk Lab.

​Aaron Fisk, Professor, University of Windsor and Science Director of RAEON, Katelynn Jonson, Research and Operations Director at RAEON, and Catlin Burmaster, Marine Technician for RAEON ​​