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The Yellow Jugs Old Drugs Program
The Great Lakes Clean Water Organization produced the first-ever documentary focusing on the emerging issue of pharmaceutical compounds in water and what is being done to help. The Yellow Jug Old Drugs program is helping to keep our water clean and keep unused/unwanted drugs out of the wrong hands.
Unprecedented seasonal water level dynamics
Research recently published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society by NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory scientists shows dramatic and unexpected changes in the seasonal water-level cycle of Lake Erie and in the Great Lakes regional water budget.
Fish of the Great Lakes
The vast Great Lakes ecosystem is historically home to 210 species of fish. An updated University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Fish of the Great Lakes poster is home to 35 species of fish, many suggested by Wisconsin residents who wanted to see their favorites immortalized.
Great Lakes: 2013 Annual Summary
The 2013 Annual Summary is now available from the Detroit District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Included in this report are analyses of Great Lakes water levels and the meteorological and hydrologic conditions that led to substantially higher water levels in 2013 compared to those experienced in 2012.
Exploring the frozen caves of Lake Superior
In northwestern Wisconsin, crowds of people flocked last month to trek on a frozen-over Lake Superior to reach dramatic ice caves accessible on foot for the first time in several years, courtesy of the long frigid winter.
GLIN's March Site of the Month
GLIN's March Site of the Month is Great Lakes Clean Water Organization, a nonprofit promoting collection and disposal of unused/unwanted drugs in a safe and approved manner. Their aim is to keep harmful drugs out of ground water, surface water and municipal water systems in Michigan and the Great Lakes region.