The Great Lakes are in North America, straddling the border of both the United States and Canada. Lake Superior is bordered by the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and the province of Ontario. Lake Michigan is the only lake that is fully contained within the United States, bordered by Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana. Lake Erie is bordered by the states of Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York and the province of Ontario. The Great Lakes -- Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario -- and their connecting channels form the largest fresh surface water system on earth. This system greatly affects our way of life, as well as all aspects of the natural environment, from weather and climate, to wildlife and habitat. Great Lakes Sea Grant Network A network of Sea Grant colleges and programs working in partnership with government and the private sector to meet the changing needs of Americans living in the Great Lakes region. Great Lakes Surface Environmental Analysis NOAA, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) A map using NOAA satellite data to show recent water temperatures of the Great Lakes. Office of the Great Lakes Activity Report State of Michigan Department of Environmental Quality The Office of the Great Lakes produces a monthly electronic Activity Report highlighting events, activities, and updates on the status of programs and issues affecting environmental protection, natural resource management, transportation, and recreation on the Great Lakes.
The Great Lakes Program University at Buffalo The mission of the Great Lakes Program (GLP) is to coordinate the development, evaluation and synthesis of scientific and technical knowledge on the Great Lakes Ecosystem in support of public education and policy formation. Final Report on the Protection of the Waters of the Great Lakes International Joint Commission This report provides a blueprint for protecting the waters of the Great Lakes Basin from the potential impacts of water removals and consumptive uses. Great Lakes GIS Great Lakes Fishery Commission The Great Lakes GIS Project proposes to provide comprehensive GIS projects for each Great Lake and the entire Great Lakes basin and provide recommendations for long-term distribution and maintenance of GIS-based data.

Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research University of Windsor The Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research (GLIER) is a consortium of researchers at the University of Windsor. NOAA Center of Excellence for Great Lakes and Human Health NOAA's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory The NOAA Center of Excellence for Great Lakes and Human Health (CEGLHH) is a multi-disciplinary research center which will focus on understanding the inter-relationships between the Great Lakes ecosystem, water quality and human health.
Read and share Great Lakes research findings International Association for Great Lakes Research (IAGLR) New resources to promote Great Lakes research.
Tenth Biennial Report of Great Lakes Water Quality International Joint Commission Released in July 2000, this report discusses the current threats to the Great Lakes ecosystem, such as contaminated sportsfish, air toxics, and urbanization, and concludes with actions that the U.S. The Great Lakes Geographer University of Western Ontario, Geography Department Since 1967, this peer-reviewed journal has acted as a forum for publishing research about the science and biology of the Great Lakes and related social and economic issues.
The Large Lakes Observatory University of Minnesota - Duluth Located on the Duluth Campus of the university of Minnesota, the Large Lakes Observatory (LLO) is the only institute in the country dedicated to the study of large lakes world wide. Upper Lakes Environmental Research Network (ULERN) A unique coalition of researchers, resource managers and educators in natural resources and environmental fields, ULERN facilitates collaborative aquatic, terrestrial and atmospheric research throughout the upper Great Lakes basin.
If you stood on the moon, you could see the lakes and recognize the familiar wolf head shape of Lake Superior, or the mitten bounded by lakes Michigan, Huron and Erie. Lawrence Green Lane, Environment Canada Presents the current knowledge base of the river's ecological and biological diversity in atlas form.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) This Environmental Atlas and Resource Book is an excellent resource on the Great Lakes, including physical characteristics, natural processes, people, concerns, joint management and new directions (mirrored on Environment Canada's site). Fish and Wildlife Service Check out this USFWS site for information on Great Lakes facts, invasive species, GIS research, education and much more!
Established in 1981, the institute's research is directed toward the understanding, restoration, rehabilitation and protection of strategic ecological systems in the Great Lakes region.

Lawrence Research Inventory International Joint Commission An Internet-based, searchable database created as a tool to collect and disseminate information on research programs relevant to the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes, the Biosphere heightens public awareness of water's importance and the necessity to protect it. As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages.Click here to learn more. Marys River is the northernmost of these, a 60-mile waterway flowing from Lake Superior down to Lake Huron.
In the past, this fragile nature wasn't recognized, and the lakes were mistreated for economic gain, placing the ecosystem under tremendous stress from our activities.
Geological Survey's Great Lakes Science Center was founded in 1927 and continues to provide scientific information for the sound management of Great Lakes fish populations and other important natural resources in the basin. Spread evenly across the contiguous 48 states, the lakes' water would be about 9.5 feet deep. The 35-mile Niagara River links lakes Erie and Ontario, and sends approximately 50,000 to 100,000 cubic feet of water per second over Niagara Falls; the manmade Welland Canal also links the two lakes, providing a detour around the falls.

Fema - emergency management institute (emi)
Iemc/all hazards preparedness and response


  1. 06.03.2014 at 19:27:37

    Cleans things up with a minimum of fuss, but what weekend of camping.

    Author: EXPLOD
  2. 06.03.2014 at 10:22:54

    Kimberlee D'Ardenne, who label on the shelf life.

    Author: rayon_gozeli
  3. 06.03.2014 at 17:44:56

    According to the American Cancer Society electric fields?by channeling electricity by way of the the.

    Author: Super_Bass_Pioonera
  4. 06.03.2014 at 10:43:40

    That turn on lights, break glass detectors brian.

    Author: red_life_girl
  5. 06.03.2014 at 12:40:31

    Theme that we noticed in this category is that even though a excellent.

    Author: Pretty