What's New on GLIN International Conference on Water Management Modeling The International Conference on Water Management Modeling takes place March 1-2, 2017, and brings together professionals from around the world to exchange ideas on current practices and emerging technologies in water management. Emphasis is on state-of-the-art computer modeling for resolving water problems.
First water diversion beyond Great Lakes Basin gets nod The Manitoulin Expositor (6/29) Said Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Pat Madahbee, “First Nations on the Canadian side have not been consulted as per the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People to which both Canada and the United States are signatory."
Anglers enlisted in water fight Great Lakes Echo (6/29) A recent study by researchers at Cornell University, in N.Y., revealed that anglers in the Great Lakes region are aware of and concerned about the threat of aquatic invasive species (AIS).
Michigan lawmaker urges Flint to accept plastic pipe Crain's Detroit Business (6/28) Bids to replace service lines at homes considered the highest risk for lead exposure came in high, according to Mayor Karen Weaver, but State Rep. Joseph Graves is questioning why Flint officials have yet to accept the donation of free polyethylene lines.
Stone Lab hosts series of experts to discuss lake Port Clinton News Herald (6/28) In Ohio, people looking to learn more about the issues facing Lake Erie will have several opportunities this summer to hear firsthand from the experts in the field who deal with those issues every day.