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Let’s dive into the Lake Huron Sinkholes. A NSF funded, NOAA (TBNMS, GLERL) & NOF supported study. Can you find the groundwater on the picture?. Groundwater. El Cajon Bay. Mats are large groups of microbes, or microscopic organisms. Individual blades of grass. Grass. Purple mat. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Let’s dive into the Lake Huron Sinkholes A NSF funded, NOAA (TBNMS, GLERL) & NOF supported study
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Page 1: Let’s dive into the  Lake Huron Sinkholes

Let’s dive into the Lake Huron Sinkholes

A NSF funded, NOAA (TBNMS, GLERL) & NOF supported study

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Can you find the groundwater on the

picture?

Groundwater

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El Cajon Bay

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Mats are large groups of microbes,

or microscopic organisms

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Purple mat

Grass

Individual microbes

Individual blades of grass

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Middle Island

WOW! That’s the size WOW! That’s the size of a football field!of a football field!

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Hey, cool! I can see what the ROV is seeing on

this computer!

R.O.V. R.O.V. Remotely Operated Vehicle

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ROV Footage

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Diver Video of Middle Island

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WOW!

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M-ROVER Footage

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Picture of a sinkhole

Microbes at a sinkhole

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Dr. Bopi Biddanda

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Dr. Biddanda with a sample from a sinkhole

Scientists studying

the sinkholes

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EnergyPhotosynthesis

Energy

Chemosynthesis

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Plants use

photosynthesis

to make energy!

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NO SUN NEEDED!

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Photosynthesis

Chemosynthesis

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More Footage from our Adventure

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A NSF funded, NOAA (TBNMS, GLERL) & NOF supported study

Presentation assembled and narrated by Amanda Callaghan, 2008

Institutional Support: GVSU, UW- Stout, NOAA, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, and the Noble Odyssey Foundation

Underwater Diver Photography: Russ Green, Luke Clyburn, and Tane Casserley

Underwater ROV videos: Steve Ruberg and Guy Meadows

Aerial Photography: Scott Kendall and Bopi Biddanda

Research: Bopi Biddanda, Scott Kendall, and T. Garry Sanders


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