Great Lakes science vessels work on a freshwater sea of more than 94,000 square miles (243,459 square km) helping scientists, educators and resource managers understand, restore and protect a global treasure.
GLASS is dedicated to improving communication & collaboration between science vessels & helping to best match the capabilities of all vessels with the needs of research & educational programs throughout the Great Lakes. This database includes U.S. & Canadian vessels in a wide range of sizes & capabilities. Information about active public & private research or educational vessels is posted. Information about old science vessels that are retired or no longer in service as science ships is also provided for reference and is marked: (historical). Use the ship locator map to find science vessels, check their status, locations, schedules & points of contact. Registered users can update information about vessels they operate, post news, job openings, announcements, shipyards & suppliers and other documents.
Featured Science Vessels
Here are some featured science vessels cruising the Great Lakes
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There are still a few seats available for the NMC technical training class on Wednesday, January 11, 2023. The one-day course is entitled - Marine Electronics Fundamentals: Great Lakes Association of...
The draft agenda for the 12 Jan 2023 Science Vessel Coordination Workshop is now posted at the following link: https://canamglass.org/storage/reports/eaJBVQyJ1o9XR5lAha9SRoqhZBbj6OtkbBsRctbV.pdf
Check out the WDIO story on the R/V Blue Heron working in Lake Superior deploying experimental buoys - see:
Exploring Lake Superior: Researching the water and waves - WDIO.com – With you for li...
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