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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: Kristin Schrader October 11, 2017

    The Great Lakes will realize faster “time to market” of environmental technology, thanks to the Ocean Technology Transition project, a federal program designed to speed theoretical technology into operation. The three-year grant totaling approximately $2.1 million is dedicated to technology
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    Posted by: Kristin Schrader July 28, 2017

    People use GLOS data products for a lot of things. Anglers, boaters, researchers and water quality professionals are all part of the user base. Depending on your familiarity with the different views of the data portal, it can be daunting
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    Posted by: Kristin Schrader June 16, 2017

    The GLOS data portal is a powerful tool for people seeking Great Lakes environmental data. The ability to add a MyGLOS account makes it even more useful, and it’s free to anyone who wants to use it. But sometimes you just
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    Posted by: Kristin Schrader

    One of the best features of the GLOS data portal is the ability to create an account, a “MyGLOS” account, to save queries you might reuse, want to share, or send yourself alerts when certain conditions apply. Go to portal.glos.us. In
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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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