Lake Erie Center

Research Lab Facilities at the LEC

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The Lake Erie Center is dedicated to environmental research and education, centering on the Lake Erie Watershed. The LEC integrates research and education programs in:

  • Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecology
  • Aquatic Resources and Fisheries
  • Environmental Restoration Ecology
  • Geography and Land Use Planning
  • Hydrologic and Landscape Modeling
  • Plant Science and Bio-remediation
  • Public Policy and Risk Management
  • Remote Sensing and Monitoring
  • Soil and Water Chemistry
  • Water Pollution, Air Pollution, and Human Health

The Lake Erie Center houses the Aquatic Ecology Lab, the Environmental Remediation and Restoration Laboratory, the GIS & Remote Sensing Lab, the Great Lakes Genetics/Genomics Laboratory, the Applied Spatial Ecology & Invasive Species Modeling Lab, and the Western Lake Erie Limnology Laboratory. It also supports several Outreach and Education programs that are important to environmental research and protection in and around the Bay area. Learn about our Wetlands Restoration Project and our Environmental Sensor Network

Research Publications Involving the Lake Erie Center and its Scientific Advisory Board Researchers Since 2000

Summary of the Most Significant Research and Training Accomplishments Attributable to the Lake Erie Center and its Scientific Advisory Board during the Last Five Years

Last Updated: 11/30/15