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Did you find any links with information about Great Lakes hydrology? If so, please contribute an answer below following the guidelines given in Assignment 2.

-- Sharon Gabel (, February 07, 2000


Name:NOAA Great Lakes Enviromental Research Lab. URL: Administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Webmaster: Rating ****

Review: A large amount of relevent information for the class on a range of issues. This is a well orginized site that gives the web surfer access to large amounts of information ranging from updates of the organizations current research as well as an extensive database of information that they have collected. As an interesting feature real time data that includes satalite imagery of the great lakes and data from bouys such as wind speed and temperture is available.

-- Aaron Jacobs (, February 08, 2000.

name: Great Lakes Information Network Website. URL: http://www.great-

Summary: This was a really well presented website. The main page has four options which will lead to other pages full of information. They are: Overview of the Great Lakes and St. awrence Hydrology, Agencies and Organizations, Laws, and References. One main part of this website that caught my eye was that it presents some resent issues which are occuring in the Great Lakes right now, which can be found under the "Hot Topics" section. Overall this web page has a lot of great information, and it has lots of links at the end if you would wish to further your studies.

-- Jeremy Dunn (, February 14, 2000. This is a site that focuses on the New York Water. It has information on the environmental issues pertaining to Ny and the laws fir New York state.There is information pertaining to the watershed, flooding and drought.There is information on what you can do to help the lakes.

-- Jessica Wells (, February 14, 2000.

Name: Hydroweb URL: CONTACT:

This page was posted by the International Association for Environmental Hydrology. They have online hydrology discussions and an electronic hydrology journal which where both very informative and easily accessible. At the bottom of the page they have room for comments and questions concerning hydrology which I thought was excellent. Rating ***

-- Lauren M. Saur (, February 15, 2000.

Name-Great Lakes Career: Hydrologist URL- search=great+lakes+hydrology

Review-This site is very useful concerning what a hydrologist is and the work that they do. Rating-***

-- Jill Forster (, February 15, 2000.

Ground Water Environment Canada

I found this site to be very useful. It gave a lot of information about ground water as well as other related topics. It also discussed the hydrological cycle, geology, wetlands, and a few other related areas. I found this site to be interesting and it helped me in better understanding these topics. I also learned some new information from them.

-- Rebecca L. Walzer (, February 15, 2000.

Title: Protection of the Waters of the Great Lakes URL: Maintained by Fabien Lengelli, Agency: International Joint Commission Rating: ***

Review: A very detailed report on the hydrology of the Great Lakes. Contains information on water levels, effects of climate, water usages, groundwater, and conservation. There is also a glossary of terms and measurements used on the page.

-- Wendy Way (, February 16, 2000.

Great Lakes Hydrology Outlooks It doesn't say who webmaster is Rating: 1/2 *

This is a one page summary of a paper that someone wrote on Great Lakes Hydrology and how to get a copy of the paper. Not worth looking at.

-- Kelly Tremblay (, February 16, 2000.

Name: Great Lakes Commission.URL: resources/lakes_and_ponds/great_lakes/. I was not sure who, or what the webmaster was. I give this site a rating of ****. This site was very good, because not only did it give information on the Hydrology of the Great Lakes, but it also enabled people to see pictues, and it also gave people diagrams of what they were trying to say. This site also enabled people to learn about of other things that effect the lakes and that effect the people who live near the lakes.

-- Nickeisha Horsham (, February 17, 2000.

Name: Programs and Projects-Great Lakes Program Site: WebMaster: Webmaster Rating: ***

This site is simple to follow, and gets directly to the point. It is would be helpful for a student looking for the easy answer.

-- Stacey Fuller (, February 17, 2000.

Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Hydrology GLIN Rating:****

Review: This site is very user friendly and packed with information such as: Laws, Hydrologic Cycle Online Meteorology Guide, and international information (Canada).

Maintained by Christine Manninen,

-- Kristin Kohl (, February 17, 2000.

Name:Hydrology Primer.URL: USGS,Universites Council on Water Resources. Rating**

Review:Lists questions and topics that concern hydrology. For example, some of the questions: what is it? what does a hydrologist do? and then topics:Groundwater/Surface water, etc. Informational and brief to the point.

-- Elizabeth Beauregard (, February 17, 2000.

The Great lakes Christina Manninen GLIN web site I give this site three stars because it's informative plus it gives you access to other great links.

-- Sherri Morrison (, February 17, 2000.

Great Lakes- St. lawrence Water levels Chistine Manninen GLIN web site 3 stars, not much in depth info. but gives you lots of others links to try

-- Sherri Morrison (, February 17, 2000.

The Great Lakes Chistine Manninen GLIN web site 3 stars, It's informative and gives access to other links.

-- Sherri Morrison (, February 17, 2000.

Great Lakes facts and figures Chistine Manninen GLIN web site 3 stars, It gives you lots of information straight and to the point, no frils.

-- Sherri Morrison (, February 17, 2000.

Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Hydrology GLIN Christine Manninen, Rating*** Gives information on the Hydrologic cycle, ad explains it well.

-- Anne Murphy (, February 17, 2000. This sight tells you almost anything you need to know about the Great Lakes. I just happened to pick Hydrology. I give it ****.

-- Gwen c Fosco (, February 17, 2000.

Hydrology-water levels in the Great Lakes a site that explains that the water levels in the Great Lakes is expected to fall, interesting article, many inches of water lost in Erie, Michigan,Huron Rating:*1/2

-- alyssa connelly (, February 17, 2000.

Hydrologic Cycle- (online meterology guide) VERY informative, great source, talks about all of the different stages that change in a water cycle. Different links that explain each step further.


-- alyssa connelly (, February 17, 2000.

Website: Great Lakes Hydraulics & Hydrology Home Page URL: Author: Mark Paasche Group: GLIN Summary: Many many graphs and tables, lots of data. A bit too detailed maybe for our class studies. If you like numbers and exact info- check this out it has a vast amount of info on weather, water levels, outflows, and others displayed in a very organized fashion! Rating: **

-- Melissa Armstrong (, February 17, 2000.

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