Research collaborations: The best way to tackle big ecosystem issues

Preparing to deploy a real-time buoy in the Western basin of Lake Erie. Photo by Ed Verhamme.

Solving increasingly complex environmental challenges requires collaborative research networks that share expertise, data, information, and tools. Fortunately, the Real-Time Aquatic Ecosystem Observation Network (RAEON) is providing exactly what researchers need to carry out their work to understand and monitor freshwater ecosystems in the Great Lakes.

Read the full article on page 11 of the Winter 2023 Issue of the IAGLR Lakes Letter Newsletter.

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