Browse by Subject "Great Lakes"

  • Sweet, Clyde W.; Vermette, Stephen J.; Gatz, Donald F. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1992)

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  • Angel, James R. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1996)
    A historical cyclone dataset was constructed for the period 1900 to 1990 from those cyclones passing over the Great Lakes with a central pressure ≤992 mb. This dataset was used to address the following five research topics: ...

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  • Harlin, Karen; Olszewski, Leon; Gatz, Donald; Sweet, Clyde (Illinois State Water Survey, 1994)
    The Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network (IADN) is a joint monitoring program between the United States and Canada. The program's objectives are to determine the status, change, and trends of toxic organics in the ...

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  • Gatz, Donald F.; Sweet, Clyde W.; Basu, Ilora; Vermette, Stephen; Harlin, Karen; Bauer, Sherman (Illinois State Water Survey, 1994)
    The Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network is a joint effort of the United States and Canada to measure atmospheric deposition of toxic materials to the Great Lakes. It was mandated by Annex 15 (Airborne Toxic Substances) ...

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  • Sweet, Clyde W.; Harlin, Karen S.; Gatz, Donald F.; Bauer, Sherman (Illinois State Water Survey, 1996)
    The purpose of this report is to summarize data from samples collected from the U.S. sampling stations in the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network (IADN) between December, 1992 and March, 1994. This report is a ...

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  • Eddy, Samuel (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1927-11)
    The chief purposes of this paper are: (1) to present a general picture of the plankton of Lake Michigan, (2) to determine the relative abundance of its constituent organisms, and (3) to incorporate and summarize the facts ...

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  • Forbes, A.A.; Richardson, R.E. (Champaign : Illinois Natural History Survey, 1913-06)
    The Illinois River is peculiarly characteristic of the State of Illinois, and, next to the prairies, was its leading natural feature. The level richness of the central plateau of the state is reflected in the turbid waters ...

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  • Workoff, Thomas (2010-06-22)
    This study examines the effect that Lake Erie, and its corresponding marine boundary layer (MBL), have on pre-existing convective storms which propagate over the water surface. To do this, data collected from the 2001-2007 ...

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