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Title: GLIN: What's New and Notable

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What's New & Notable
01 May 2008

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Great Lakes Regional Research Information Network (GLRRIN)
www.glrrin.info

GLIN Site of the Month The Great Lakes Regional Research Information Network (GLRRIN) is designed to foster research coordination within the Great Lakes region by enhancing communications and collaboration among agencies and research scientists. Established in 2006 by NOAA Sea Grant, GLIN and regional partners, GLRRIN is a free service and offers research-related news and upcoming events, and profiles of Great Lakes researchers and their current projects. Searchable databases of researchers, listed by interest and expertise, and funding opportunities are coming soon. The site is also linked with the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Research Inventory, a project of the International Joint Commission's Council of Great Lakes Research Managers. To become part of the GLRRIN network, sign up today at www.glrrin.info/signup

Michigan Wildlife Conservancy
www.miwildlife.org

Michigan Wildlife Conservancy The Michigan Wildlife Conservancy provides the technical and financial assistance that landowners and managers need to restore and maintain wildlife habitat on their own land.


Brownfields 2008
www.brownfields2008.org

The National Brownfields Conference, May 5-7, 2008, in Detroit, Mich., is the largest, most comprehensive conference focused on cleaning up and redeveloping abandoned, underutilized, and potentially contaminated properties in the nation.

Shipwrecks and Maritime Tales of the Lake Erie Coastal Ohio Trail
www.ohioshipwrecks.org

Shipwrecks and Maritime Tales of the Lake Erie Coastal Ohio Trail For eco-tourists interested in exploring all Lake Erie has to offer, this web site offers a whole new world to investigate 'beneath the surface' and you don't even have to get wet!

American Wetlands Month
www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/awm/

American Wetlands Month This May will mark the 18th anniversary of American Wetlands Month, a time when EPA and its partners celebrate the vital importance of wetlands to the nation's ecological, economic, and social health. It is also a great opportunity to discover and teach others about the important role that wetlands play in our environment and the significant benefits they provide.


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