Learning the Lesson of Onondaga Lake
Once considered among the nation's most severely damaged, Onondaga Lake is on a remarkable path
of recovery. Dr. Neil H. Ringler will present highlights from 30 years of research on the lake and its
habitats. Beginning with the closure of the soda ash facility in 1986, Ringler and more than 30 of his
students research Onondaga Lake aquatic life: from the return of aquatic plants to the colonization of
zebra mussels, spawning success of sunfish, migration patterns of walleye and sturgeon, and population
dynamics of largemouth and smallmouth bass. Ringler will also discuss collaborations that have made
such extensive work possible.
Presentation takes place at the Gateway Center, on the SUNY College campus, March 30 7:30-9: p.m.
and is free to attend.
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