Real-time data monitoring buoys a first for Great Lakes

Real-time data on toxicity and dissolved oxygen levels in the Great Lakes will soon be available.

The Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, led by Jill Crossman, has established buoys in Lake Erie to measure nutrient levels and report them back via cellular network.

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