The International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) is a scientific organization made up of researchers studying the Laurentian Great Lakes, other large lakes of the world, and their watersheds, as well as those with an interest in such research. IAGLR members encompass all scientific disciplines with a common interest in the management of large lake ecosystems on many levels.

We are a member-run professional association that holds an annual Conference on Great Lakes Research. Our Journal of Great Lakes Research is a highly respected professional publication with broad distribution.

IAGLR News

Toledo drinking water ban highlights need for sound science

In light of last weekend’s water consumption ban facing Toledo and surrounding communities, IAGLR encourages citizens and decision makers to seek credible science advice to effectively address the cause. See press release. | 08/5/14

IAGLR Hockey Challenge 2014 Results

IAGLR Team USA made a definite mark in Defy Cup history by skating to a convincing 8-3 win for its first Defy Cup win! See link for further details | 07/29/14

J. of Great Lakes Research 2014 Awards

The Journal of Great Lakes Research is committed to the promotion and participation of excellence in research on large lakes of the world and their watershed.  Congratulations to our 2014 award winners announced during the 57th Conference on Great Lakes Research awards banquet:

Chandler-Misener Award:  Mary T. Negus and Joel C. Hoffman
Editors Award: Tom Stewart (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources)
Elsevier Early Career Award: Sarah Thomasen (McMaster University)
Elsevier Student Award: A Bechette, T. Stojsavljevic, M Tessmer (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) | 07/21/14

2014 Award and Scholarship Winners

IAGLR honored many individuals for their contributions to the Association and outstanding Great Lakes science at the 57th Conference on Great Lakes Research.  Congratulations to all!

IAGLR Scholarship: Joseph H. Fillingham (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Paul W. Rodgers Scholarship:  Carson Prichard (University of Toledo)
Norman S. Baldwin Fisheries Science Scholarship:  Cassandra J. May (The Ohio State University)
Anderson-Everett Award:  Robert Heath
Lifetime Achievement Award:  D.V. (Chip) Weseloh (Canadian Wildlife Service)
2013 IAGLR-Hydrolab Best Student Paper Presentation:   Jason Doll (Ball State University)
2013 IAGLR-Hydrolab Best Student Poster Presentation: Ahsan Akram (Wayne State University) | 07/11/14

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Also visit the IAGLR Large Lakes Research Calendar to see what's going on in the large lakes research community!

We are committed to sharing our collective expertise with interested members of the media, policymakers and the general public to inform public policy and decision-making towards protecting the environmental health of large lake watersheds.

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