|International Lake Ontario - St. Lawrence River
The LOSLR Study recently submitted its Year Three
report, which includes information on the progress of the study and
data collected since December 2000. The Study Board will submit a
final report in 2005 to the International Joint Commission with
proposed regulation criteria and options for regulation plans for
water levels in Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.
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Ontario's Conservation Summit, November 25 in
Toronto, ON, will start with a "map" of the existing
non-governmental organizations, programs, services and resources
available to the public, analyze strengths and successes, identify
gaps and weaknesses, and commit to new initiatives that will build
an even stronger conservation movement in Ontario.
The Great Lakes Fishery Commission's
Great Lakes GIS Project is coordinating aquatic habitat data into a
GIS for the entire Great Lakes basin, and providing recommendations
for long-term distribution and maintenance of GIS-based data.
Populations Task Force
The mission of the DAPTF is to determine
the nature, extent and causes of declines of amphibians throughout
the world, and to promote means by which declines can be halted or
reversed. Great Lakes representatives on the task force are from
Illinois, Indiana and Quebec.
In August 2003, a diverse group with a shared
interest in the Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) met at the
Wingspread Conference Center in Racine, Wis. to discuss the future
of GLIN. The final report proceedings from this event are now online
and available to download.