Great Lakes Information
and Lake Superior
The Center leads awareness
of and access to information about Great Lakes environmental subjects
by promoting learning links for teachers, students and other stakeholders
Lake Guardian Underway
The Great Lakes National
Program Office oversees and helps all Great Lakes stakeholders* work
The Impact of Episodic Events on the Nearshore-Offshore Transport
and Transformation of Biogeochemically Important Materials in the
Atlas helps readers understand
the Great Lakes and other natural resources in the Great Lakes region.
The Great Lakes Science Center is in its ninth decade of providing
information about biological resources in the Great Lakes Basin.
The Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) is a partnership that provides
one place online for people to find information relating to the binational
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region of North America.
International Association of Great Lakes Research
KITES is an interdisciplinary
project designed to investigate the Keweenaw Current in Lake Superior
Sea Grant U of M
Michigan Sea Grant is
dedicated to the protection and sustainable use of Great Lakes and
RSI is an institute aimed
at promoting research and education in remote sensing
TEACH Great Lakes features mini-lessons on many Great Lakes topics.
Contains pdf version of Primer on Limnology and access to real-time
data on Minnesota lakes using robotics
Contact the WUP Center
Update: July 3, 2003
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Michigan Technological University
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