Lakebed 2030 Virtual Symposium – June 24
Join us on June 24 for the Lakebed 2030 Virtual Symposium.
Learn more about the ambitious goal of mapping the Great Lakes by the year 2030. Lakebed 2030 is modeled after the Seabed 2030 effort and brings together a broad and diverse set of stakeholders throughout the Great Lakes.
The symposium is organized by the Marine Technology Society, as a precursor to the Lakebed 2030 TechSurge event in October. Panelists will discuss the current activities supporting this initiative from both the U.S. and Canadian perspective with additional discussion regarding the development of a new platform serving as a comprehensive data repository.
For those who attended February’s Lakebed 2030 webinar, this will be a chance to hear about plans in greater detail and potentially discover new ways to get involved.
Hear from Hans VanSumeren (Northwestern Michigan College), Brandon Krumwiede (NOAA Affiliate), Jocelyn Sherwood (Environment and Climate Change Canada), and Tim Kearns (Great Lakes Observing System).