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GLIN==> What's New & Notable, 20 September 2002



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FALL COLORS in the Great Lakes Region
   >> http://www.great-lakes.net/tourism/fallcolor.html <<
Quick links to fall foliage reports from the states and provinces, as 
well as driving tours, hiking and biking destinations, leaf 
identification guides and webcams!


Zebra Mussel WATCH
   >> http://seagrant.wisc.edu/zebramussels/ <<
A variety of resources for identifying, reporting and preventing the 
spread of zebra mussels--one of the most pervasive nonindigenous species 
in the Great Lakes region.


Environmental Rediscoveries
   >> http://www.pserie.psu.edu/seagrant/rediscoveries/ <<
The Environmental Rediscoveries program brings a new understanding of 
the beauty and significance of the Presque Isle Bay and Lake Erie 
watersheds into the classroom. Students are transformed into sailors and 
scientists as they set sail aboard the Friendship Sloop "Momentum" on 
Presque Isle Bay.


Maritime Archaeological Research Initiative (MARI)
   >> http://avocationals.bizland.com/ <<
The MARI field team has assembled on Michigan's Upper Peninsula at 
Munising to pursue investigations of the Welland Sailing Canal Ship 
Bermuda. Daily updates and images at 
http://avocationals.bizland.com/Web%20Pages/canaller.htm


If you're interested in exchanging links with GLIN or furthering your
partnership with the regional network, visit
http://www.great-lakes.net/about/partner.html

Christine Manninen
GLIN Webmaster
Great Lakes Commission
Ann Arbor, Mich.



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