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Lake Erie

    Posted by: GLOS_Admin March 23, 2020

    Register here As we all prepare for the 2020 field season, tune in for this brief webinar for data providers – whether you are currently a part of the Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) or are interested in working more
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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin February 26, 2020

    Missed the webinar? That’s ok! Check it out it here. What is Lakebed 2030 about? In short, it’s the effort to map the Great Lakes at high-resolution. Get in touch at underwater@glos.org and sign up to get the emails at
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    Smart Great Lakes Logo
    Posted by: GLOS_Admin February 6, 2020

    Interested in getting connected with the Smart Great Lakes Initiative (SGLi)*? SGLi leadership is hosting a meeting alongside Current, a Chicago-based nonprofit working to advance research and market-driven innovations to enhance water resources, virtually on April 21. We held a similar
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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin February 3, 2020

    2019 was a busy one with the launch of the Smart Great Lakes Initiative, continuation of multi-year projects, and the start of some new. Read about some of the most important projects of 2019 in our latest annual impact report.
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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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