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GLINDA-Disseminated Data on the Internet (01/2007)

In partnership with the Great Lakes Commission, a subset of Great Lakes GIS project data are being served on-line through GLINDA (Great Lakes Information Network Data Access). GLINDA is a suite of open source tools and applications intended to aggregare and disseminate geospatial data sets for the Great Lakes region. These data are available through the Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) in a variety of formats and themes.

Go to GLINDA FAQ.

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Status of the Lake Erie GIS Project (01/2007)

The Lake Erie GIS project version 1.0 is ready for distribution. Please contact the Project Coordinator, Christine Geddes (cgeddes@umich.edu), if you are interested in receiving it.


Status of the Lake Superior GIS Project (01/2007)

The Lake Superior GIS project is currently in development. The expected completion date is December 31, 2007. Please contact the Project Coordinator, Christine Geddes (cgeddes@umich.edu), if you are interested in receiving an announcment of its completion.


Status of the Lake Ontario GIS Project (01/2007)

The Lake Ontario GIS project is currently in development. The expected completion date is December 31, 2007. Please contact the Project Coordinator, Christine Geddes (cgeddes@umich.edu), if you are interested in receiving an announcment of its completion.


Introducing the Fish Spawning Atlas ArcIMS (05/2006)

Through a partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey Great Lakes Science Center, the Great Lakes GIS Project developed an ArcIMS (Internet Map Server) that is now available for public consumption. The ArcIMS features the Goodyear et al. Fish Spawning Atlas. Users can investigate spawning locations of important Great Lakes fish with respect to fish stocking locations, bathymetry, substrate, and fish movement patterns (inferred from fisheries catch rates). The ArcIMS is part of a larger initiative, called the Great Lakes Ecosystems Information Node (GLEIN), which aims to be a gateway to biological data for the Great Lakes region.

Go to the Fish Spawning Atlas IMS.


 

 


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