Kiyi studies fish of the Great Lakes

The Ashland, Wisconsin based Kiyi came into port last night. It will leave again this morning at 8 am. Operated by the Lake Superior Biological Station of the U.S. Geological Survey, the Kiyi is on a one month fish sampling tour of Lake Superior. Several years ago, they provided the Aquarium with some of the fish they found in Lake Superior, specifically the deepwater sculpin, the burbot and some 9-spine sticklebacks. They will work out of Duluth for several days this week.
*submitted to the Duluth News Tribune for publication on 05-18-2004
Kenneth Newhams :