2017 GLOS Annual Meeting

Posted by: Kristin Schrader July 28, 2017
Grand Haven, Lake Michigan. Credit: D. O'Keefe, Michigan Sea Grant

You saved the date, right? Now it’s time to register for the GLOS annual meeting! The Great Lakes data sharing community gathers once a year to swap stories, share best practices and learn new things. There’s something for everyone in the agenda. The meeting this year will take place at NOAA-Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

You can see the full draft agenda here, and register from that page. Your registration also includes a membership to GLOS. There are three levels, and those levels will determine how you are listed in the annual report. To ensure your name and/or organization are listed in the report, please register by September 15th. Registrations after that will be listed appropriately on our website.

Abbreviated agenda:

October 11, beginning at noon

  • Kick off luncheon, state of GLOS
  • Integrated Ocean Observing System and the new administration
  • Lake by lake review
  • Industry users panel

October 12, beginning at 8:00, and at 11:45

  • Breakfast, summary
  • Strengthening GLOS as bi-national organization
  • Observations and the public (Mark Torregrossa)