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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin April 17, 2019

    (Left) Buoys have different equipment depending on the owner’s data needs. They relay data about wind speed and direction, water temperature and sometimes come equipped with cameras to periodically send short video clips back to shore. (Right) A crew from
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    GLOS 2018 Annual Report
    Posted by: GLOS_Admin February 7, 2019

    Wondering what we were up to in 2018? Check out our annual report  to learn what we’re doing about harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie, chemical spills in the Huron-Erie Corridor, and getting people the buoy data they need when
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    Huron-Erie Corridor Spill Model
    Posted by: GLOS_Admin December 12, 2018

    An industrial and shipping hotspot, home to refineries, factories, and commercial shipping lanes, the Huron-Erie Corridor represents a region especially vulnerable to damage from chemical spills. Helping resource managers understand how a toxin can spread through the waterway is crucial
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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin July 9, 2018

    We’ve got a lot of data available through GLOS, it’s up to you to decide how to use it. Researchers get plenty of support from the data portal, but what if you’re applying real-time data on or near the water?
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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin July 5, 2018

    This summer GLOS staffers have gotten out of the office and into the classroom, the tent, and the lock. Did you run into GLOS this month? Every year NOAA hosts “Science Days,” an opportunity to learn about exceptional projects from
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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin May 29, 2018

    You’re getting data, you’re running into staff in the community, but what exactly is the Great Lakes Observing System? Here’s a backgrounder to put GLOS into context. GLOS is a regional node of the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS),
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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin May 25, 2018

    Along with sharing data, GLOS likes to offer educational opportunities and venues in which to interact. A couple of events are happening soon. You can register now for the “Great Lakes Takes on the 2018 MTS Buoy Workshop” on Friday, June 1st at 12:00 noon
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