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Call for Proposals: GLFC Science Transfer Program

April 10, 2014

The Great Lakes Fishery Commission Science Transfer Program is seeking proposals for the 2015 funding cycle. Proposals are due July 15, 2014. More information is available at: http://www.glfc.org/research/STP_RFP.pdf.

Register by April 11th for Conference on Great Lakes Research Discounted Rates

April 4, 2014

Conference registration early bird rates end Friday, April 11th!  Join us at IAGLR'14 McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario

Great Lakes Region: Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook report

April 3, 2014

Review the March 2014 Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook report.  Free newsletter subscriptions available.  Unique in its focus on the Great Lakes region, it provides a quick and easy to understand binational overview of the latest season’s weather and water level conditions, weather and water  level-related impacts and an outlook for the upcoming quarter.

Loss of Member Carlos Fetterolf

April 2, 2014

We are saddened to report that long-term member Carlos Fetterolf passed away recently.  Carlos served on the IAGLR Board and was President in the mid-1970's.  He also received the distinguished IAGLR Anderson-Everett Award in 1989.  For more information on Carlos, visit the Great Lakes Fishery Commissions press release, where he served professionally as Executive Secretary for many years, or his recent obituary.  We thank Carlos for his past contributions and dedication to the Association and the Great Lakes; and offer our heartfelt condolences to the Fetterolf family.

Climate Change

March 31, 2014

A new IPCC report says that climate change has already affected agriculture, human health, water supplies, and people’s livelihoods. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued a report that says the effects of climate change are already occurring on all continents and across the oceans.  The world, in many cases, is ill-prepared for risks from a changing climate. The report also concludes that there are opportunities to respond to such risks, though the risks will be difficult to manage with high levels of warming.

Financial Assistance Available to IAGLR Student Members Presenting at 57th Conference on Great Lakes Research

March 27, 2014

IAGLR Student Members in need of financial assistance to attend the annual Conference on Great Lakes Research in Hamilton, ON Canada, are encouraged to register early to be eligible for the OMNR-IAGLR Student Travel Award!  Awards are available on a first-come, first-served basis and credited directly toward conference registration fees.  The amount awarded to individual students will vary, contingent on distance traveled and funds available. Student non-members giving presentations during the conference should consider the cost savings and added benefits of joining the association prior to registration.

Register for IAGLR 2014

March 23, 2014

Online registration for IAGLR 2014 is now open. Register by April 11 and save! Online registration closes May 9. Note that everyone, including all speakers, must register online. IAGLR members must have a current 2014 membership, paid in full, to receive the discounted member rate. The conference will be held May 26-30 in Hamilton, Ontario, on the campus of McMaster University. See you there!

Nominations sought for IAGLR John R. (Jack) Vallentyne Award

March 21, 2014

The International Association for Great Lakes Research is soliciting nominations for the John R. (Jack) Vallentyne Award. This IAGLR Outreach Award recognizes individuals or groups of individuals for their contributions to informing and educating the public and policymakers on regional and global Great Lakes scientific issues.  The 2014 nomination deadline has been extended to April 15th Learn more

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