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Title: GLIN: What's New and Notable

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15 August 2005

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Superior Hiking Trail Association
www.shta.org

The Superior Hiking Trail is a 205-mile long footpath that follows the rocky ridgeline above Lake Superior in northeastern Minnesota. The trail has 30 trailheads and 81 backcountry campsites making it ideal for both day hikes and backpacking. There are no fees, reservations or permits required to hike or backpack on the trail.



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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 the GLIN web site! Find out more about sponsorship levels and benefits for Organization Sponsorship.
Lake St. Clair Canadian Watershed Biennial Conference
www.scrca.on.ca/conf_home.asp

The "heart of the Great Lakes" will be the focus of this conference, Sept. 21-22 in Wallaceburg, Ontario, addressing common environmental management, monitoring, research, and implementation actions pertinent to the Lake St. Clair ecosystem.

Great Lakes, Great Pollution: Canadian Pollutant Releases and Transfers to the Great Lakes
www.pollutionwatch.org/pub/GLreport2005.jsp

Data collected by the federal government through the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) show that large amounts of pollutants are released and transferred in the Great Lakes basin. The report recommends the provincial and federal governments take immediate action to significantly reduce pollution in the Great Lakes basin.

Michigan Groundwater Mapping Project
http://gwmap.rsgis.msu.edu

The Michigan Groundwater Mapping Project was mandated by Public Act 148 of 2003, which requires that a groundwater inventory and map be generated for the state. With the online interactive viewer users can query well databases, find lat/lon coordinates, find addresses and download spatial data.

CoastWatch
www.coastwatch.msu.edu

The Great Lakes Surface Water Temperatures reporting system is a cooperative project between the NOAA CoastWatch Great Lakes Regional Node located at the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor and the Great Lakes Sea Grant Network.


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