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Timely information for Great Lakes users from Michigan
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June 2004
Contact: Joyce Daniels, Editor, (734) 647-0766 or joydan@umich.edu
The latest issue of Michigan Sea Grant's newsletter upwellings is now online:
http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu/pubs/up

Rip Currents: Be Aware, Swim with Care                                  
http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu/pubs/up/june04/rip.html
Learn how to recognize rip currents in the Great Lakes and how to escape them. New signs and brochures developed by Michigan Sea Grant explain how.
                                
Pier Safety
http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu/pubs/up/june04/pier.html
Powerful currents often flow around piers, jetties and other shoreline structures, creating an unseen hazard for swimmers.

Join the Hunt for Hydrilla                                              
http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu/pubs/up/june04/hydrilla.html
The invasive hydrilla plant has clogged waterways in many southern states. Help protect Michigan waterways by joining the hunt for hydrilla.

GIS Technology Improves CoastWatch Web Site
http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu/pubs/up/june04/coastwatch.html
Enhanced lake surface temperature charts streamline the popular CoastWatch Web site, used regularly by charter fishing captains and recreational anglers.
 
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