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GLIN==> Upcoming Great Lakes Beach Closures Panel



Dr. Charles Tseng (Purdue University), Dr. Meredith Nevers (USGS) and Adrienne Nemura (Limno-tech) will be part of the NOAA/ University of Michigan Great Lakes Beach Closings Panel Discussion, which is to be held on Friday, March 17.
The panelists will present a variety of perspectives based on their research and findings on the issue of Great Lakes beach closures. We envision this session will provide a comprehensive view of the current research and technology being developed to better understand beach closures in the Great Lakes basin.


Please find details of the event listed below.

Speakers: Dr. Charles Tseng, Dr. Meredith Nevers, Adrienne Nemura

Topic: Great Lake Beach Closure Panel

Date: Friday, March 17

Time: 1030am-noon

Location: Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, 2005 Commonwealth Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI

If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at kanika.suri@noaa.gov; or call 734-741-2147. Also, if you are interested in going out for lunch with speakers after their talk, please RSVP by Thursday, March 16.

For more information about the seminar series, please visit our website at http://www.glerl.noaa.gov/news/seminars/

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Kanika Suri
Center of Excellence for Great Lakes and Human Health (CEGLHH)
2205 Commonwealth Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI
48105

734-741-2147 .
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