Alpena Fisheries Research Station
- Alpena Fisheries Research Station Staff
- Changes in Lake Huron's ecosystem and foodweb
lead to collapse of Chinook salmon The ecosystem of Lake Huron has undergone fundamental change since about 1992. By the late 1990s, invasive-species-induced changes were manifested in the quality and character of Lake Huron's valuable recreational and commercial fisheries. The ecosystem changes were driven (principally) by 6 evidently permanent changes in the foodweb.
- Commercial Trapnets in Central Lake Huron
- Contact Information and Directions
- Habitat Restoration Project in Lake Huron's Thunder Bay
- History of the Alpena Fisheries Research Station The Alpena Great Lakes Fisheries Research Station is part of the Research Section of the Michigan DNR's Fisheries Division. The station conducts research on the fisheries of the Great Lakes principally on Lake Huron from Port Huron, MI to Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
- Lake Invaders - the Fight for Lake Huron
- Lake Trout Hooking Mortality Study
The goal of this study is to assess the effects of hooking and handling on survival of recreationally caught lake trout that are released. This study will be conducted over the next 5 years.
- Publications on trout and salmon of Lake Huron by Alpena Fishery Research Station