[Date Prev][Date Next][Date Index]

E-M:/ Timely information from Michigan SeaGrant

Timely information for Great Lakes users from Michigan
SeaGrant.....ripcurrents, invasive species and more.....


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:

Rip Currents: Be Aware, Swim with Care                                  
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
Powerful currents often flow around piers, jetties and other shoreline structures, creating an unseen hazard for swimmers.

Join the Hunt for Hydrilla                                              
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
Enhanced lake surface temperature charts streamline the popular CoastWatch Web site, used regularly by charter fishing captains and recreational anglers.

Alex J. Sagady & Associates        http://www.sagady.com

Environmental Enforcement, Permit/Technical Review, Public Policy,
Evidence Review and Litigation Investigation on Air, Water and
Waste/Community Environmental and Resource Protection
Prospectus at:  http://www.sagady.com/sagady.pdf

PO Box 39,  East Lansing, MI  48826-0039 
(517) 332-6971; (517) 332-8987 (fax); ajs@sagady.com