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Each day as new information is added to the GLIN indices, it is archived here. Current Great Lakes issues, upcoming events, and new Great Lakes-related publications or web sites of interest, are just a sampling of what you'll find in this section. The items are archived monthly.

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July 2015
Combatting Lake Erie algae
(7/7)
To combat the growing threat of toxic and nuisance algae development in Lake Erie, the U.S. and Canada have committed, through the 2012 Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, to develop revised binational phosphorus load reduction targets for Lake Erie by February, 2016.

Submit your Great Lakes events!
(7/6)
GLIN's Great Lakes Regional Calendar of Events is updated regularly with information on upcoming Great Lakes conferences, annual meetings, events and more. To publicize an event that is relevant to Great Lakes stakeholders, simply fill out the easy online form!

myBeachCast
(7/2)
With the myBeachCast mobile app, you can discover local Great Lakes beaches based on your location, save favorite beaches, and view real-time information on beach water quality advisories, weather, water and wind conditions, and more. Download it today for iPhone and Android!

GLIN July Site of the Month
(7/1)
GLIN's Site of the Month for July is Great Lakes Mud, a site created by Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant to promote sediment cleanup and habitat restoration made possible by the Great Lakes Legacy Act, which has cleaned up 2.9 million cubic yards of contaminated sediment through 17 different remediation projects as of 2015.

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