This year we looked to the future of Maine lakes monitoring and protection, and the myriad ways citizens can get involved in lakes protection. Our Keynote Speaker, Holly Ewing of Bates College, introduced us to the latest research on Gloeotrichia blooms and GLEON, the Global Lake Ecological Observatory Network, which is helping scientists and citizens alike better understand and communicate the way lakes are responding to our changing climate.
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Conference Program (pdf)
Conference Program (web)
|More presentations will be posted soon!
Creative and Effective Tools for Translating Water Data 2016
Sieze the Data
Lake Fact Sheets: Report Cards for Watershed Stakeholders
Creative Ways to Tell the Data Story
FMI: Cheryl Daigle, Executive Director