• Alewife Gill Net

      2006-09-01
      Trophic status research at the College at Brockport on nearshore Lake Ontario
    • Algal Mat

      2001-08-01
      Taken off the Kendall Lake Ontario shoreline, this image shows an algal mat caused by dying cladophora.
    • Braddock Bay, NY

      2013-01-07
      Aerial image of the Braddock Bay, NY located on Lake Ontario.
    • Bulldozer in Charlotte

      2010-08-01
      Taken in 2010, a bulldozer attempting to remove cladophora benthic algae that washed up on shore, forcing the closure of the beach.
    • Class at Sandy Creek

      2006-09-01
      Limnology class from the College at Brockport doing field research on Sandy Creek, Monroe County, New York.
    • Corey with a Salmon

      2006-09-01
      Environmental Science and Biology student from the College at Brockport doing trophic status research on Sandy Creek.
    • Cow in Stream

      2004-04-01
      Agricultural runoff is a source of water pollution and scan be remediated using Best Management Practices (BMP).
    • Dr. Makarewicz with class

      2006-09-01
      Limnology class from the College at Brockport doing field research on Sandy Creek, Monroe County, New York, led by Dr. Joseph Makarewicz.
    • Glass of Water

      2013-01-29
      The ultimate goal is good clean drinking water.
    • Guardian Cruise

      2012-10-01
      Dr. David Long, sampling sediment from Lake Huron. The Brockport Environmental Science class spent a week aboard this vessel.
    • Lake at Night

      2008-05-01
      Aboard the Buffalo State research vessel RV Seneca on Lake Ontario
    • Lake Guardian boat

      2008-07-01
      The Lake Guardian is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) largest Great Lakes' research and monitoring vessel. It is the only self-contained, non-polluting research vessel on the Great Lakes.
    • Research Team in Boat on Conesus Lake

      2004-09-01
      Environmental science research at the College at Brockport.
    • Swimming Prohibited

      2009-07-01
      Beach closed due to high levels of algae