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GLIN==> What's New & Notable, 9/15/99



Pay a visit to GLIN <http://www.great-lakes.net> to check out these new
features:

Autumn in the Great Lakes
region--->>http://www.great-lakes.net/tourism/fall.htm
Autumn is a time for scenic drives and leafpeeping around the Great
Lakes. Check here for state-by-state fall foliage reports, travel links
and other interesting information.
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National Listing of Fish and Wildlife
Advisories--->>http://www.epa.gov/ost/fish/
A searchable database of state, tribal, and federally issued fish
consumption advisories in the United States, District of Columbia, four
U.S. Territories, and 12 Canadian provinces and territories.
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Proceedings of the Great Lakes Paleo-Levels Workshop: The Last 4000
Years--->>ftp://ftp.glerl.noaa.gov/publications/tech_reports/glerl-113/tm-113.pdf
(or see http://orcatec.com/LMPDS/Hydrology/geologic.htm)
These historical perspectives on lake level measurements will serve a
broad range of uses from evaluation of potential Great Lakes shoreline
damages to the development of more robust lake level regulation and
water resource policies.
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...and gear up for the IJC 1999 Great Lakes Water Quality Forum and
Great Lakes Expo, Sept. 24-26 in Milwaukee, WI. For news and event
information visit these sites:

International Joint Commission Biennial
Forum--->>http://www.ijc.org/milwaukee/index.html
Virtual Tour of Milwaukee--->>http://www.ijc-milwaukee.org/
Student Congress--->>http://www.ijc-milwaukee.org/studentcongress/


For daily updates on Great Lakes web offerings, visit the "What's New"
section on GLIN <http://www.great-lakes.net/navigate/new.html>

Christine Manninen
GLIN Webmaster
Great Lakes Commission
Ann Arbor, Michigan

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