Investigation of the Influence of Thermal Discharge From a Large Electric Power Station on the Biology and Near-Shore Circulation of Lake Michigan. Part A: Biology. Technical Progress Report, August 1, 1971--April 30, 1972. Page: 1 of 18
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AEC Report No. C00-2160-4 ACV B TIC M i
Technical Progress Report ^
for the Period
1 August 1971 - 30 April 1972
For the Project
Investigation of the Influence of Thermal Discharge From
A Large Electric Power Station on the Biology and Near-Shore
Circulation of Lake Michigan - Part A: Biology
Staffing for this project, in addition to the principal investigator,
who has devoted 10 percent of his academic year time, has consisted of
one full-time technician hired 1 September, 1971, one graduate student
appointed 1 January, 1972, and one part-time laboratory assistant hired
". 1 October, 1971. Dr. Charles Coutant, of the Oak Ridge National Labora-
- story , also advised the Center for Great Lakes Studies staff on this project.
Occasional meetings with other staff members of the Center have been held
Sto discuss progress and new directions of this project.
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z The resources of the Center for Great Lakes Studies have been drawn
3 , .-. w on heavily in support of this project. All chemical analyses have been
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Carried out by the chemical laboratory staff which consists of one full-
~time technician and two part-time laboratory assistants. All three of the
Center's laboratories have been used extensively. To date, the 65 foot
R/V Neeskay has been used for 17 full days of sampling. This vessel is
operated and maintained by a full-time crew of two, the vessel master and
the vessel's engineer. Periodic use of a 16 foot Boston Whaler and outboard
has been made. The incubation equipment used in this project was constructed
in the Center's machine shop by the Center's machinist. A large number of
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Investigation of the Influence of Thermal Discharge From a Large Electric Power Station on the Biology and Near-Shore Circulation of Lake Michigan. Part A: Biology. Technical Progress Report, August 1, 1971--April 30, 1972., report, October 31, 1972; Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1034403/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.