On Wednesday, April 27, at Glosapalooza in Chicago, 75 participants gathered at the Chicago Yacht Club on the shores of Lake Michigan and online to
In 2020, we asked three experienced survey companies “What will it take to map the Great Lakes at high-density?”
Using different strategies and technologies, XOCEAN, Orange Force Marine Ltd., and Fugro reported on technologies that could be used to fill gaps, laid out timelines, and estimated the overall cost.
We discovered that, with today’s emerging scanning technologies, with the proper funding, a high-density map of our lakebed is well within grasp.
Using their findings, we just published our Costs and Approaches for Mapping the Great Lakes report.
Read the report.
By Xiaofan Zhang, GLOS Cyberinfrastructure Data Analyst Intern in 2021 In order to better understand the areas of greatest need for bathymetric mapping, GLOS recently
By Xiaofan Zhang, GLOS Cyberinfrastructure Data Analyst Intern in 2021 Originally published on the Great Lakes Bottom Mapping Working Group To help complete an open,
Lakebed 2030: Early Contributions in Thunder Bay | Aug.10, 2020 | Linden Brinks, Tim Kearns, Stephanie Gandulla, Lindsay Gee, and Val Schmidt | Watch
Lakebed 2030 Virtual Symposium | June 24, 2020 | Featuring Tim Kearns, Brandon Krumwiede, and Jocelyn Sherwood | Watch
Lakebed 2030 – Feb. 25, 2020 | Featuring Tim Kearns, Linden Brinks, Brandon Krumwiede, and Pete Esselman | Watch