In this 36-minute webinar, Dr. Paul McKinney, Large Lakes Observatory, University of Minnesota-Duluth describes the formation and geology of Lake Superior.
In this webinar, Dr. Donn Branstrator describes the animal and plant communities of Lake Superior, as well as the physical processes of water movements. He explains how these things interact and affect each other.
This 1.5 hour webinar covers nutrient pollution issues in the Great Lakes, online utilities and tools for finding and visualizing Great Lakes data, how to access ArcGIS online (free to educators) and build “storymaps,” and how to participate in the Visualize Your Water high school challenge (submission deadline March 1, 2016). Additional resources included.
This series of eight lectures will develop awareness of the magnitude of the Great Lakes of North America, and describe the differences among the Lakes’ distribution of population, fish production, water resources, and pollution. Linked activities can be found in the Curriculum Resources.
This series of six lectures will develop knowledge of the geology of the Great Lakes, including guidance to teaching about Great Lakes geology and connections to human activity.
This series of six lectures covers the life of the Great Lakes, including biota, invasive species, food webs, environmental health, and human interactions.