During a web conference hosted by the International Joint Commission on Tuesday, Kyle McCune, alternate U.S. chair for all three regional water regulation boards under IJC jurisdiction, explained why water levels are significantly low. Read the full story by the Watertown Daily Times.
A collection of more than 150 Great Lakes shipping models are now in display at the Dossin Great Lakes Museum in Detroit, Michigan through May 8. Read the full story by WJBK- TV – Detroit, MI. Read the full story
The Great Lakes Water Authority in Detroit, using its Water and Field Services teams in partnership with LimnoTech and the University of Windsor, has deployed the first buoy to the Detroit River in an effort to enhance water quality monitoring of its source water. Read the full story by DBusiness. Read the full story
Ice-breaking operations in Midland, Ontario Harbour are expected around March 18 to open the Great Lakes shipping routes around March 22. The Canada Steamship Lines bulk carrier MV Frontenac is expected to move from her winter mooring at the ADM Mill in Midland Harbour after a Canadian Coast Guard ice breaker clears a path in…
A bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. Senate would establish a new regional authority to promote economic growth in Great Lakes states. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story
Fisheries researchers go to great lengths, or sometimes deep waters, to seek answers to their questions. Recently, an interdisciplinary team of scientists aboard the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) research vessel Lake Char discovered the deepest occurrence of lake char (or lake trout) spawning in the Great Lakes at a depth of over 400…