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Research vessel John J. Freidhoff cruising on Lake Erie
Researching the Great Lakes and their tributaries
Carrying a seine net through shallow water
Researching the Great Lakes and their tributaries
fish in a tank on a field trip
Researching the Great Lakes and their tributaries
class aboard the Privateer
Researching the Great Lakes and their tributaries
dreissenid mussels in mud
Researching the Great Lakes and their tributaries

Remote sensing plays an important role in our everyday life. It’s used in GPS navigation, air traffic control, and observing large-scale algae blooms in the Great Lakes. But how can remote sensing be applied to understanding the benthic (organisms living in the bottom of a body of water) invertebrate community distribution in the Niagara River?

Great Lakes Center

Buffalo State •  1300 Elmwood Ave  •  Science and Mathematics Complex 319
Buffalo, NY 14222  •  Phone: (716) 878-4329 •  Fax: (716) 878-6644

greatlakes@buffalostate.edu