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What's New & Notable,
19 January 2004

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National Ocean Sciences Bowl -
Great Lakes Bowl

www.glerl.noaa.gov/pr/nosb/cur/

The NOSB is a nationwide academic competition among teams of high school students. Regional competitions are held around the U.S. in February with the final national competition held in April. The NOSB will test students' math and science skills as applied to topics on ocean (and Great Lakes) biology, chemistry, geology, physics, technology, history, and economics. You can view the other regional competitions by visiting the NOSB's national site, located at www.coreocean.org/Dev2Go.web?
id=209389&rnd=3625
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  • Lake Ontario Biocomplexity Project
    environment.cornell.edu/ontario/

    This National Science Foundation-sponsored initiative focuses on the physical, biological, and human interactions shaping the ecosystems of freshwater bays and lagoons.
    Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) and Minnesota's waterways
    www.pca.state.mn.us/water/tmdl.html

    View the updated list of Minnesota's impaired waters, which includes more than 200 rivers and streams throughout the state, and numerous lakes in northeastern Minnesota affected by excess mercury. The 30-day public comment period will end Feb. 12, 2004.
    Great Lakes Day 2004 - Register now!
    www.glc.org/greatlakesday/

    Great Lakes Day in Washington, D.C., will be held March 3, 2004. This longstanding annual tradition provides a great opportunity for the region's policymakers and opinion leaders, as well as members of Congress and their staff, to share priorities and plans for Great Lakes restoration, protection and management.

    Protecting Our Waters
    clean-water.uwex.edu/plan/

    This web site provides local governments, developers and citizens with a planning guide that encourages good land-use decisions to protect Milwaukee River Basin water resources.


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