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April Update

Smart Great Lakes US Virtual Meeting

Meeting Partners:

A few spots remain to be part of the Smart Great Lakes Initiative virtual meeting next Tuesday, April 21 from 3:00pm - 5:00pm EST. Those interested will explore ways that, together, we can advance technology applications that can improve our understanding, management, and use of the Great Lakes.

SGLi leadership is hosting the meeting alongside Current, a Chicago-based nonprofit working to advance research and market-driven innovations to enhance water resources.

Learn More

Data Providers Webinar Preps Network for Field Season and Beyond

We were thrilled to get to spend an hour with 70 GLOS data providers and those interested in becoming providers. 

It was a bi-national, cross-sector crowd representing universities, nonprofits, industry, resource management, and more. 

On the agenda:
- Introducing GLOS technical staff: Tim - CIO and Sneha - Data Services Manager 
- What does the 2020-2025 strategic plan mean for data providers?
- What are new opportunities for collaboration in the near future? 
- What can providers expect from GLOS this field season?
Watch the Webinar Recording

Buoy Season Delays

We've been hearing from many buoy operators that they expect COVID-19 related delays -  from a few weeks to over a month. 

Right now, several buoys are showing live data on GL Buoys. 

Follow us on Twitter as we post the latest deployment info. 

We'll be in touch with primary points of contact for each buoy and station, but don't hesitate to shoot us a note as the deployment plans change.
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P.S. 
Watch the lake temperature change this spring with data from the NOAA Operational Forecast System model here.
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