SEA GRANT PROGRAM THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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SEA GRANT PROGRAM THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

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    The University of Michigan first became a member of the Sea Grant family in 1969 and has since created a multi-​disciplinary research team consisting of over 120 faculty members and researchers from diverse areas. It is a cohesive program of applied research, education, and public service, designed to provide a regional problem-​solving capability for the Great Lakes. The Sea Grant effort is organized into three sections: research, education, and advisory services. These divisions allow for a comprehensive, yet coordinated approach to the handling of Michigan’s water-related problems. Well aware of the vital importance of the Great Lakes to the Midwest and particularly to the state of Michigan, the Michigan Sea Grant Program is conducting research directly applicable to the development of predictive analysis models of the environment for use in public policy and decision making. These computerized representations of the “real world” show how changes in one part of the environmental system affect the other parts and thus help planners and decision makers predict the consequences of their actions. The brochure gives information on the National Sea Grant Program, Cooperative Programs, Research, Education, Advisory Services, and future projects.
  • Sea Grant Document Number:
    MICHU-A-72-001
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