History and Highlights of Lake Superior
Over the past 50 years, LSRI has involved over 550 undergraduates in freshwater research, generated over $61 million in funded grants and contracts, and made critically important contributions to students, the regional community and beyond. Through its involvement in testing technologies that address the global transport of invasive species, ballast water toxicity, environmental restoration, watershed planning/restoration, and others, LSRI directly serves local, state, federal and tribal governments. Take a look into our history and three key research areas.
Dr. Matt TenEyck is an experienced professional who brings 20 years of successful experience in planning, administrating, managing, and executing grants/contracts in the area of environmental sciences. Matt has served as principal and co-principal investigator on several research projects in ... read more