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About the webinar:
What is Lakebed 2030?
It’s a regional initiative to map the Great Lakes at high-resolution.
More specifically, it’s an effort to address the need for high-resolution bathymetry and bathymetry-derived products. The initiative is targeting 2030 as the year when the region will be on track for comprehensive Great Lakes mapping.
Bathymetry and related products will support decision making and research in sediment mapping, environmental modeling, water level variation, ecosystem management, property protection, maritime archaeological preservation, and human health.
One of the initiative’s immediate goals is to create a publicly available bathymetric data discovery portal to make it easy to visualize and access maps, images, and data of the lakefloor.
This webinar is put on by the Great Lakes Bottom Mapping Working Group and the Great Lakes Observing System.
- Bottom Mapping Working Group program update
- Conceptual design of the Lakebed 2030 demonstrator
- Ongoing assessment of high-priority regions for mapping
- Overview of Smart Great Lakes and how Lakebed 2030 fits in
Linden Brinks is the data coordinator at Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) and is based in Ann Arbor, MI
Tim Kearns is the chief information officer at Great Lakes Observing System (GLOS) based in Seattle, WA
Pete Esselman is a research fisheries biologist at the U.S. Geological Survey and is based in Ann Arbor, MI
Brandon Krumwiede is the Great Lakes geospatial coordinator for NOAA and is based in Duluth, MN
Questions? Email Linden at firstname.lastname@example.org
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