We Can’t Direct the Wind, but We Can Adjust the Sails: Using Models to Predict Hypoxia in Lake Erie

By Michael Lim

4 February 2020

shoreline by a lake

It’s common knowledge that climate change is causing an increase in the average temperature around the world, as well as the frequency of extreme weather events. What may be less well known, however, is that the combination of rising temperatures and agricultural activities are also leading to a harmful reduction in the level of dissolved oxygen in some water bodies, a phenomenon known as hypoxia.

What’s Really in your Protein Powder?

By Victoria Sanderson

5 November 2019

Various spoons with protein powder