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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 May 25, 2018

    Summer boating time is here. While you can get data through the Great Lakes Observing System at any time of year, we’d be lying if we said we didn’t have a “season.” As our website hits rise we wanted to
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    Posted by: GLOS_Admin November 14, 2017

    BUOY BATTLE VIDEO – Michigan vs. Wisconsin The Great Lakes Observing System doesn’t have a favorite lake, and they sure as heck don’t have a favorite university. The only thing GLOS feels strongly about is good data and plentiful observations.
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    Posted by: Kristin Schrader October 30, 2017

    The Great Lakes Observing System gathers annually at their general membership meeting. This year the group gathered at NOAA’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The agenda was set with acknowledgement of the beginning of a new
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    Posted by: Kristin Schrader April 7, 2017

    The Great Lakes Observing System serves as a data source for researchers and stakeholders around the basin. Here’s one example of how GLOS data gets added value as an information product from Wisconsin Sea Grant.  To swim or not to
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    Posted by: Kristin Schrader September 1, 2016

    Sort of a tell-all interview with some of the Great Lakes best-known buoys. One assumes they have gained a lot of their fame through their Twitter account. Catch up with Two Yellow Buoys here. 

    Posted by: Kristin Schrader May 26, 2016

    Thanks to the support of the local community, a popular Lake Michigan weather buoy is back in the water. The buoy provides environmental data, and also hosts a webcam that provides real time video feed. “This is an encouraging example
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    Posted by: Kristin Schrader April 19, 2016

    On April 26 an open house will be held in Winnettka. Ill. featuring the buoy that serves citizens of the nearby coast of Lake Michigan. See a buoy up close and ask any questions you might have about environmental observations.  

    Posted by: admin July 20, 2012

    Real-time wind and wave conditions are now available near Holland, MI thanks to the efforts of several local organizations. A nearshore buoy was deployed in July 2012 to help improve National Weather Service forecasts, alert boaters and swimmers of hazardous
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