Our Natural World: A Biodiversity Atlas of the Lake Huron to Lake
The Biodiversity Atlas is an
interpretive guidebook to the natural communities of the St. Clair
River, Lake St. Clair, and Detroit River watersheds. View the
document online or read more about it on the Wildlife Habitat
Sponsor of the Month:|
Great Lakes Radio Consortium
GLRC produces environmentally focused radio
features and news featured on more than 100 public radio stations
around the Great Lakes region and several national radio programs.
The GLRC site uses Real Audio technology to allow users to listen to
every feature produced by the GLRC since August 1996.
The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA)
conducts extensive work on issues of water quality and quantity in
the Great Lakes and beyond. View their collections of detailed and
summary materials on diverse issues of water quality, quantity,
management and protection.
|Make Big Plans:
2005 International Joint Commission Biennial
This IJC meeting will focus on the current science
and issues regarding the health of the Great Lakes and include
breakout sessions and specific in-depth discussions on a wide range
of topics fundamental to the review of the Great Lakes Water Quality
Agreement and its future.
|Great Lakes Marine
The 2005 Great Lakes Marine Community Days and
associated events are planned for Jan. 25-26 in Cleveland, Ohio.
Featured speakers include Dr. Richard Spinrad, assistant
administrator of NOAA for Ocean Services and Coastal Management; and
U.S. Coast Guard Rear Adm. Larry Hereth, director of Port Security.
CSW is a non-governmental, non-profit
organization dedicated to facilitating community involvement in
water resource protection in Canada.
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