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Lake Michigan's changing ecosystem examined in podcast series

Ten episodes cover variety of topics

12:33 PM, Sep. 16, 2013
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Nearly a third of Wisconsinites live and work along Lake Michigan. Thousands more recreate in and around the world's fifth largest lake. A new audio podcast series deepens the familiarity and understanding of Lake Michigan for state residents, and truly anyone, since it's widely available, free and downloadable at seagrant.wisc.edu/podcasts.

Audio Specialist Chris Bocast with the Wisconsin Sea Grant College Program produced the 10 episodes in the series "Sea Grant and Lake Michigan, Waters in Transition" because, "I wanted to share a firsthand experience of visiting Lake Michigan ...

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