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GLIN==> Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 14:30:05 -0400



Posted on behalf on Paula McIntyre, mcintyre@loracs.com
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Announcing the IAGLR Discussion Board
http://www.iaglr.org
We're pleased to announce a new feature on the International Association for
Great Lakes Research web site: a public discussion board where you can
openly discuss issues relevant to the large lakes research community. The
board is accessible directly from the IAGLR home page at
http://www.iaglr.org.

We've kicked off the discussion board with a posting from Leonard B. Dworsky
and David J. Allee, professors at Cornell University, who propose reopening
a discussion about Great Lakes governance.

They state that "the time is right to review the record of the cooperative
efforts of the regime described under the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909,
and the sub-regime described under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement
of 1978 as amended by the Protocal of November 18, 1987." The professors
provide a list of suggested reading that can be used to inform the debate.
Check it out!

You'll also notice a welcome message from IAGLR President John Hartig, and a
post with tips for using some of the board features. Please note that you're
not required to register or log in to be able to read and post messages;
however, if you do register and log in, you can take advantage of some neat
features, which are described in the post "Helpful Tip on Using the Board."

If you have any comments or questions, please let us know. We'd like to hear
your thoughts about the discussion board.

Take care,
Paula McIntyre
IAGLR Web Master

webmaster@iaglr.org
Paula McIntyre
mcintyre@loracs.com
(734) 994-0154


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