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Great Lakes temps: warmer and warmer - Jul 20

Canada OKs Ontario Bruce 1 nuclear power reactor restart- Jul 20

Science journal challenges Harper to defend research cuts - Jul 19

IJC takes heat for water level recommendations - Jul 18

New plan for Superior outflows nears - Jul 15

Asian carp DNA found in year-old Lake Erie samples - Jul 13

Report: Asian carp could reach all 5 Great Lakes - Jul 13

Canadian Asian Carp Study Ups the Ante: Fewer Than 10 Pairs of Carp May Be Enough to Overrun the Great Lakes - Jul 12

Binational Ecological Risk Assessment of Bighead Carps for the Great Lakes Basin - pdf - 227K

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A few new Historical Postcards & Image - Courtesy of Scott Weir (Sroll down till You Tube video is off the screen)

Harper deploys diplomats to counter U.S. climate change campaign - 7/12

Lake Michigan water levels continue to drop - Jul 12

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• U.S. report slams Enbridge for letting Michigan oil spill happen - Jul 11

• Coyotes, lamprey and bears, oh my! - Jul 11

• Canadian scientists protest against spending cuts - Jul 10

• Low water levels worry Lake Superior cottager - Jul 10

• 'Cooler by the lake' is fading this summer - Jul 9

Haven't gotten your Pointe-au-Baril fix yet? Here's a slideshow to tide you over...

• Georgian Bay water: Disappearing down the drain hole in the St. Clair River - Jul 7

• Asian carp DNA traces in Chicago cause alarm - Jul 7

• International Joint Commission plans public hearing - Jul 6

• Canadian government opposes efforts at UN conference to strengthen language on mercury pollution - Jul 5

• Great Lakes water meeting July 16 - Jul 4

• Nuclear waste issue divides tourist town - Jul 4

• Marchers protest nuclear waste plans - Jul 1

• Mercury vote highlights need for a new Great Lakes mindset - Jun 29

• Cougars are officially back in Ontario - Jun 28

First of four videos - YouTube

• More water samples show Asian carp DNA in Chicago canal system - 6/28

• The Detroit bridge owner is right to fight the government - Jun 27

• Arctic sea-ice levels at record low for June - Jun 27

• The Dilbert Disaster: Inside the Biggest Oil Spill you've never heard of, Part 1 - Jun 26

• U.S. residents protest Bruce nuclear waste proposal - Jun 26

• Great Lakes cities smash long-time heat records - Jun 21

• DNA evidence of Asian carp above electric barrier grows - Jun 18

• International Joint Commission invites Public Comment on Upper Great Lakes report - Jun18

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"Exploring" - Photography by Rock Hunter

• New Detroit-Windsor bridge a go - Jun 15

• Legislature votes to oppose plan regulating lake levels - Jun 14

• Cougars make a comeback after a century of decline - Jun 14

• Lightning Safety Week: June 11-17 - Jun 14

• Melting Arctic 'blooms' with algae - Jun 11

• Nuclear headache: What to do with 65,000 tons of spent fuel? - Jun 8

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Have you seen the New "Lighthouse" Washroom & Office facility? - May 30, 2012

• Power Plant Mercury Emissions Poisoning the Great Lakes - Jun 8

• Arctic Ocean mega-bloom: Scientists' eyes popped and jaws dropped - Jun 8

• Great Lakes protection bill lauded - Jun 8

• Spring was warmest on record, NOAA reports - Jun 7

• China second largest source of Great Lakes mercury pollution - Jun 7

• A world view of Asian carp - Jun 6

• Earth nearing 'tipping point,' study warns - Jun 6

• Damage to Ontario's apple crop is worse than expected - Jun 6

• Feds to provide $10 million in funding for Great Lakes phosphorus reduction programs - Jun 5

• Canadians consider nuclear waste storage near Lake Huron - May 30

 

• In Canada, Alternate Currency Keeps Traction With Fans - May 10

• Wildlife federation gives Michigan poor rating for mining regulatory system - May 10 - (Report)

• A new spawning reef for sturgeon spans the Middle Channel - May 10

• 12-month stretch ending in April is warmest on record, NOAA says - 5/9

• Construction of new rock spawning reefs will help Great Lakes native fish - May 9

• Fruit industry in Ontario devastated by extreme weather - May 9

• Wisconsin's musky reintroduction program has spawned success - 5/9

• Faster study a small step toward stopping carp - May 8

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• Press Release - May 8

• Barrier Broken? Asian carp electric barrier loses juice and exposes folly of the faux fence - May 7

• Block those carp -- now - May 4

• Ecosystem effects of biodiversity loss could rival impacts of climate change, pollution - May 2

• Ontario is registering long guns - May 1

• Great Lakes said to be on 'crisis pathway' - May 1

• Great Lakes Commission - April Newsletter

• Report: Laws needed to protect Great Lakes from oil spills such as 2010 release in Michigan - "The pipeline that ruptured about 60 miles east of Grand Rapids... runs from Griffith, Ind., to Sarnia, Ontario." - (map) - Apr 30 - (NWF - Report)

• Toronto’s Hilary Weston dubbed richest person in Ireland — for the fourth year in a row. - Apr 30

• Administration Releases 10-Year Global Change Strategic Plan - Apr 27

• Georgian Bay Needs Your Help as Federal Government Budget Cuts Takes its toll - Apr 25

• Feds end biosphere support a year early - Apr 25

• Ontario Weather Review - March 2012 - Apr 25

• Washington Shell Game: The Harbor Maintenance "Trust Fund" - Apr 23

• Eastern massasaugas: Solitary and endangered - Apr 22

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1926 General Chart of the Great Lakes - Department of Marine and Fisheries of Canada - Download a full 29.9 MB version - here


• Inventory of Available Controls for Aquatic Nuisance Species of Concern - Apr 18

• ENVIRONMENT: New focus on an old legal doctrine - Apr 18

• Canada Announces Environmental Policy Reforms- Apr 17

• World's armies circle warming, oil-rich Arctic - "in an unprecedented move, the military chiefs of the seven main Arctic powers — Canada, the U.S., Russia, Iceland, Denmark, Sweden and Finland — are to gather at a Canadian military base in May to specifically discuss regional security issues." - Apr 16

 

 


 

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