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What does climate change mean for the Great Lakes?
- by GLNeditor

By Elizabeth Miller from Great Lakes Today A new report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration calls 2016 the warmest year on record around the globe.  The surface temperature of the Great Lakes was also above average — and that’s not good news. Brent…

A Great Lakes Adventure in the North Channel
- by Mary Ellen Geist

I’ve heard tales about the hidden coves and pristine shorelines of Lake Huron’s North Channel for most of my adult life and had always longed to see it.  Earlier this year, friends invited my husband and me to join them on their Beneteau 49 sailboat…

Asian Carp Report: Will Illinois Senator Durbin push it to the finish line?
- by Gary Wilson

The Army Corps of Engineers’ most recent study to stop or at least slow the advance of Asian carp toward the Great Lakes was released on Monday. What’s known as the Brandon Road study  was…

A Vernal Pool in Michigan teaches Great Lakes lessons
- by Mary Ellen Geist

From Great Lakes Bureau Chief Mary Ellen Geist: Today, greatlakesnow.org posts the second in a series of short videos about the Great Lakes by filmmaker Aaron Martin. Aaron is a producer and director who is dedicated to telling dramatic stories about how humans and the…

Blast noise to keep Asian carp out of Great Lakes, new U.S. study says
- by Great Lakes Today

By Elizabeth Miller, Great Lakes Today In a long-awaited report, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says new measures are needed to prevent Asian carp from getting into the Great Lakes. The report says the current defense at the Brandon Road lock in Illinois – an underwater…

Minnesota’s new collaborative approach to improve water quality
- by Gary Wilson

Polluted waters and systems in disrepair Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton took the next step in his quest to improve his state’s declining water quality last week when he kicked off the first of ten town halls designed to engage citizens on various water issues. [caption…

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Asian Carp Report: Will Illinois Senator Durbin push it to the finish line?

Asian Carp Report: Will Illinois Senator Durbin push it to the finish line?

The Army Corps of Engineers’ most recent study to stop or at least slow the advance of Asian carp toward the Great Lakes was released on Monday. What’s known as…

- by Gary Wilson
A Vernal Pool in Michigan teaches Great Lakes lessons

A Vernal Pool in Michigan teaches Great Lakes lessons

From Great Lakes Bureau Chief Mary Ellen Geist: Today, greatlakesnow.org posts the second in a series of short videos about the Great Lakes by filmmaker Aaron Martin. Aaron is a producer and director who is dedicated to telling dramatic stories…

- by Mary Ellen Geist

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