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Fwd: Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) Public Survey

FYI from our list hosts at GLIN. If you have any questions about this, 
please e-mail Christine Manninen directly at manninen@glc.org.

Laura B.

>Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 12:01:53 -0400
>From: Christine Manninen <manninen@glc.org>
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>Subject: Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) Public Survey
>GLIN List Managers:
>Please forward this to your lists, if relevant to your audience. Thanks 
>very much for your help in sharing this!
>The Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) is one of 11 Regional Associations 
>that are being developed nationwide to collect physical and environmental 
>data to improve the prediction of changes in coastal waters.
>Survey at http://www.glc.org/glos/survey/survey.html
>Collecting public input on the prospective uses for GLOS is crucial to 
>this process. What do YOU want to know about the Great Lakes environment, 
>weather, climate and other current conditions? Secondly, in what format 
>would you like this information made available to you?
>Before taking this short survey, you're encouraged to review the 4-page 
>GLOS overview at www.glc.org/glos/pdf/glosinsert-web.pdf and the project 
>web site: www.glc.org/glos. These will help you to better understand the 
>project history and development to date.
>The GLOS initiative is being coordinated by the Great Lakes Commission, 
>through a series of grants from the NOAA Coastal Services Center. Partners 
>include the International Joint Commission's Council of Great Lakes 
>Research Managers, Great Lakes Sea Grant Network, and a range of federal, 
>state and provincial agencies, academic institutions, and nongovernmental 
>It is anticipated that a GLOS Regional Association will be chartered in 
>2005 along with adoption of partnership agreements between agencies, 
>organizations and institutions. The Regional Association will be the forum 
>to bring all interested parties together to collectively prioritize needs, 
>and influence the design and development of GLOS.
>All survey responses received by Aug. 24 will be shared with and 
>considered by the GLOS Steering Committee at its next meeting.
>Please take a few minutes to share your ideas with us: 
>Christine Manninen
>Program Manager, Communications & Internet Technology
>Great Lakes Commission
>2805 South Industrial Hwy., Suite #100
>Ann Arbor, MI 48104
>Phone 734.971.9135 ext 112

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