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ANNUAL SCIENCE WORKSHOP
The LWRC's Annual Science Workshop will be held on February 18th and 19th, 2015 in Winnipeg. This event is by invitation and is intended for those carrying out on-lake research and monitoring on Lake Winnipeg. Contact Dr. Karen Scott for more information.

2013/2014 PROGRAMS REPORT
The final Programs Report is available for download - click here or visit the Documents page above.

THE "FYLGJA" ("Guardian Angel")
The LWRC is proud to announce the acquisititon of a new vessel the "Fylgja", a 42' (LOA) touring boat, received as a charitable donation from Barbara and Jens Nielsen.This vessel was built in the same year as the Motor Vessel Namao (1973/74) in Riverton by Alec Zagozewski. Once outfitted for research purposes, this vessel will be particularly well suited for nearshore work and will serve as a valuable complement to the Motor Vessel Namao's offshore capabilities. A timely acquisition since it coincides with the arrival of zebra mussels, an aquatic invasive species that will have the greatest impact in the nearshore area, if it is able to thrive in the lake.


ZEBRA MUSSELS & Other Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS)
Background Information
Zebra Mussel Factsheet (including how to identify)
Spiny Water Flea Factsheet
What To Do If You Find an AIS
On-line: Report a citing of zebra mussels or other AIS
Call: 1-87-STOP-AIS-0 (1-877-867-2470)
Contact: MB CWS at 945-7787 or fish@gov.mb.ca

2013/14 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT - Marianne Geisler
U of MB student Marianne Geisler was this year's Scholarship Recipient for her project entitled "Forecasting the potential effects of invasive dreissenid mussels on habitat occupancy & production of walleye (Sander vitreus) in Manitoban & northwestern Ontarian lakes". The Scholarship funds will support Marianne's attendance at a conference to present her research.

SATELLITE IMAGES - NEW LOCATION
The satellite imagery will now be housed on a new site that includes the entire satellite image archive (from 2003 onwards), some photomicrographs, as well as aerial photography of Lake Winnipeg and its watershed (eventually...). Visit the new site at www.lakewinnipegresearch.org/blog and sign up to be notified for satellite image postings.

LAKE ECOLOGY FIELD PROGRAM
Application Deadlines - APRIL 15th and SEPTEMBER 15th each year provisional upon funding. Click here for details.

 

Research Surveys

2014 Research SchedulesFinished for the 2014 Field Season

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Lake Ecology Field Program
on board MV Namao
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LWRC Annual Reports
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