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

GLIN==> What's New & Notable: 15 November 2004



Title: GLIN: What's New and Notable

GLIN home.

What's New & Notable
15 November 2004

For daily Great Lakes news, bookmark www.glin.net/news


International Lake Ontario - St. Lawrence River Study
www.losl.org

The LOSLR Study recently submitted its Year Three report, which includes information on the progress of the study and data collected since December 2000. The Study Board will submit a final report in 2005 to the International Joint Commission with proposed regulation criteria and options for regulation plans for water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.



Would your agency like to be a Sponsor of the Month?
www.glin.net/news/sponsor/agencies.html

As a GLIN Daily News Patron, you could have your agency logo, description and link publicized in our mid-monthly "What's New & Notable on GLIN" web-mail and on GLIN's web site! Find out more about sponsorship levels and benefits for Organization Sponsorship.
Ontario's Conservation Summit
www.greenontario.org/summit/index.html

Ontario's Conservation Summit, November 25 in Toronto, ON, will start with a "map" of the existing non-governmental organizations, programs, services and resources available to the public, analyze strengths and successes, identify gaps and weaknesses, and commit to new initiatives that will build an even stronger conservation movement in Ontario.

Great Lakes GIS
www.glfc.org/glgis

The Great Lakes Fishery Commission's Great Lakes GIS Project is coordinating aquatic habitat data into a GIS for the entire Great Lakes basin, and providing recommendations for long-term distribution and maintenance of GIS-based data.

Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force
www.open.ac.uk/daptf/index.htm

The mission of the DAPTF is to determine the nature, extent and causes of declines of amphibians throughout the world, and to promote means by which declines can be halted or reversed. Great Lakes representatives on the task force are from Illinois, Indiana and Quebec.

GLIN Wingspread Report
www.great-lakes.net/about/wingspread.html

In August 2003, a diverse group with a shared interest in the Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) met at the Wingspread Conference Center in Racine, Wis. to discuss the future of GLIN. The final report proceedings from this event are now online and available to download.


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

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