Friday, January 6, 2012

Next ISEA Great Lakes Seminar to Feature Climate Change and Lake Levels

Global Climate Change and the Changing Great Lakes Levels - Presented by Drew Gronewold

Remember last January?
Suttons Bay, MI – The Inland Seas Education Association will present a seminar focusing on the changing Great Lakes levels and Global Climate Change at 7:00pm on Tuesday, January 10th, at the Inland Seas Education Center in Suttons Bay. The program will be presented by Drew Gronewold, Hydrologist and Physical Scientist with NOAA's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Ann Arbor. This seminar is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is a federal agency focused on the condition of the oceans and the atmosphere. Groewold will be speaking about his research in the field as well as the implications from human activities.

A little bit about Drew Gronewold:
Ph.D., Duke University, Environmental Science and Policy, 2008
B.S., Cornell University, Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1995

Research Interests:
Hydrological and water quality modeling with a focus on propagating uncertainty and variability into model-based management decisions. Specific research areas include predicting runoff in ungauged basins, recreational water quality dynamics in Great Lakes Beaches, and incorporating probability theory and Bayesian statistics into watershed-scale forecasting models.

For further information contact the Inland Seas Education Association at (231) 271-3077 or on the web at

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