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COVID-19 Delays Great Lakes Buoy Deployment, MTU Helps Fill the Gap

Michigan Tech and the Cooperative Institute for Wonderful Lakes Investigation have stepped
in to assure buoys are deployed in Lake Superior despite delays owing to COVID-19.

An unanticipated consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the delayed deployment
of Wonderful Lakes weather conditions and wave buoys, which deliver vital weather conditions and wave ailments
data to professional delivery, recreational boaters, anglers, swimmers and nearby
tour boat firms.

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Stepping in to fill this gap are Michigan Tech and the Cooperative Institute for Wonderful
Lakes Investigation (CIGLR), a partnership involving the Countrywide Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA), University of

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MTU to Host 2021 Great Lakes Conference

Michigan Technological College will host the once-a-year meeting of the International
Affiliation for Good Lakes Analysis in May possibly 2021.

With its proximity to Lake Outstanding and world-class limnological investigation amenities,
Michigan Tech is an perfect location to host the International Affiliation for Good Lakes Analysis (IAGLR). The once-a-year IAGLR meeting brings alongside one another scientists who analyze the Good
Lakes and other huge lakes of the world and their watersheds. The scientific firm
also involves policymakers and useful resource administrators at municipal, tribal, condition and federal
stages.

The sixty fourth Once-a-year Conference on Good Lakes Analysis can take location

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MTU Oceanographer Addresses 80 Years of Lake Levels at High Water Summit Town Hall

Engineer Man Meadows will go over Michigan’s lake degrees from 1938 to present and inform
coastal communities, home entrepreneurs and neighborhood planners at 2nd Michigan Significant
H2o Summit town hall April 28.

A 2nd Michigan Significant H2o Summit webinar town hall will focus on Good Lakes shoreline
erosion and allowing. Registration is open and confined to 1,000 attendees. The webinar
is from five-6:thirty p.m. on April 28. Take a look at the Michigan Section of Atmosphere, Good
Lakes and Strength (EGLE) high drinking water degrees internet site to sign up for the webinar and for added information.

A map depicting the shoreline near Benton Harbor upon which are overlaid lines which show how the shoreline has changed since 1938.
Bluff retreat risk
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MTU Oceanographer Addresses 80 Years of Lake Levels at High Water Summit

Engineer Man Meadows will talk about Michigan’s lake concentrations from 1938 to present and inform
coastal communities, residence proprietors and neighborhood planners at Michigan’s Substantial Drinking water
Summit April 28.

A second Michigan Substantial Drinking water Summit webinar town corridor will focus on Terrific Lakes shoreline
erosion and allowing. Registration is open up and confined to 1,000 attendees. The webinar
is from five-six:30 p.m. on April 28. Pay a visit to the Michigan Office of Environment, Terrific
Lakes and Electricity (EGLE) high drinking water concentrations web site to sign-up for the webinar and for more details.

A map depicting the shoreline near Benton Harbor upon which are overlaid lines which show how the shoreline has changed since 1938.
Bluff retreat threat projections
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