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UMD Research Sheds Light on Major Stage of Earth Evolution

Primordial oceans had oxygen 250 million years before the atmosphere

Hagley Honored for Teaching Excellence

Cynthia Hagley, Minnesota Sea Grant educator, receives top national teaching award. 
Great Lakes from Space

Grand Challenges for the Great Lakes

Great Lakes scientists identify five grand challenges facing the Great Lakes
Students in the Field

Facing the Challenges of Our Water Resources

Large Lakes Observatory graduate researchers tackle hurdles faced by area communities.
Blue Heron on Lake

A Chicago Stop for UMD's Water Researchers

The R/V Blue Heron visits Chicago's Navy Pier.
Liz Minor on Blue Heron

Asail in Academia

Large Lakes Observatory scientist receives a 2017 teacher-scholar award.
Bob Sterner with microscope

Robert Sterner Honored

LLO director receives John Martin Award from the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography.
Lake Superior Ice

Frozen: The Importance of Ice and Snow Cover

It's hard to study underneath the ice, but that doesn't mean nothing is happening. 
Student & Professor in Lake Superior

Trend Setting in Her Field

A UMD student and her professor travel along the shores of Lake Superior picking up concrete tiles. 
Boat on Lake Malawi

UMD Research on Lake Malawi Could Impact Theories on Human Evolution

A research process that began more than 20 years ago at UMD sheds light on centuries of African climate conditions. 
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