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Did you find links to any sites about changing water levels in the lakes and/or the impacts of lake level changes? If so, please scroll down and click on "Contribute an answer". Please follow the guidelines given in Assignment 2 when reporting on your link.
-- Sharon Gabel (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 08, 2000
Name:Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Water Levels. URL: http://www.ncf.ca/boating/waterlevels.html. By Pat's Boating in Canada. Rating *** Review: This site is a good site if you are looking for charts and a brief intro on the water levels of the Great Lakes. These chart are good in thier details.
-- Amy Tice (email@example.com), February 11, 2000.
Title: Water Levels and elated Great Lakes Data. URL: http://www.cciw.ca/glimr/water-levels/intro.html By: GLIMR
Review: This site gives a good overview of all of the aspects of Great Lakes Water Levels. At this site you can find out information about average, record, recent and current water levels. You can also find out about precipitation and ice cover, water temperature and also wind, wave and surface currents. This site covers a lot of valuable information. Rating=**** excellent
-- Elizabeth King (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 15, 2000.
name: Great Lakes Water Levels. URL: http://chswww.bur.dfo.ca/danp/wltable.html
This is a very informative recent site which deals with the water levels on ALL of the Great Lakes in a table format. The average for each month is on the table, and it goes back to January 1999. This material is also plotted out in a graph on the site, with the URL of
http://chswww.bur.dfo.ca/danp/images/leoct30.gif rating: ****
-- Jeremy Dunn (email@example.com), February 16, 2000.
Name:NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS Water Level Data Retrieval Page.URL:http://co- ops.nos.noaa.gov/data_res.html. Adminstrated by Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services. http://co- ops.nos.noaa.gov/. Rating**1/2
Review:Interesting in the reports that indicate water levels of the lakes. It can plot the water level of any lake choosen in the pull- down table in the latest events. For example, it shows Ogdensburg, St. Lawerence minimim and maximum water level in the past and can report even as close as today. Pertains a bit to the class.
-- Elizabeth Beauregard (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 17, 2000.
Weather, Climate and water levels http://www.cciw.ca/glimr/water-e.html GLIM Rating: ** Review: There was only a small section of information found here. No Web master found or e-mail
-- Kristin Kohl (email@example.com), February 17, 2000.
Great Lakes Water Levels. http://chswww.bur.dfo.ca/danp/wltable.html This site talks about the water levels of the Great Lakes and shows us using diagrams and tables, which are extremely useful. Rating****
-- Anne Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 17, 2000.
Water levels of the Great Lakes Basin, management of water levels http://www.cglg.org/pub/charter/index.html very informative, good descriptions, history of laws pretaining to the water levels. Rating: **1/2
-- alyssa connelly (email@example.com), February 17, 2000.
Title:Canada aims to ban bulk H20 exports Url:http://www.msnbc.com/news/338591.asp Author:Reuters Limited Agency:MSNBC A current event article with no further Great Lakes specific links.**
-- Michael Paul Humphrey (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 17, 2000.
Here is the United States Army Corps of Engineers Water Level Page. The Army Corps provides level forecasts on a weekly and monthly basis.
-- Keith Kompoltowicz (email@example.com), February 04, 2002.