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Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change

Great Lakes nearshore areas

http://www.ontario.ca/data/water-chemistry-great-lakes-nearshore-areas

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About

In October of 2015, the Ontario Legislature passed a new law, the Great Lakes Protection Act. This act recognizes the diverse issues facing the Great Lakes, from invasive species to pollution to climate change. It provides new tools to better tackle these challenges. This dataset contains information on water quality samples collected from nearshore stations within a lake basin. Data is collected each year, according to the lake-by-lake cycle. Data in this record is open and is published, if you wish to use the data in this set please refer to the Open Government Licence – Ontario.

Testing Protocol

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    Observations

  • 69

    Locations

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    Issues

Leaderboard

  1. Ministry of the Environment Great Lakes Nearshore - Water Chemistry 3840 Points

Areas monitored

Ministry of the Environment Etobicoke, Ontario Canada

Locations & Observations

Locations Last observation made
Bay of Quinte : Trenton 2012-10-31 04:00 UTC Contributed 9 of 9 Observations
Detroit River : Fighting Island 2010-11-02 04:00 UTC Contributed 8 of 8 Observations
Georgian Bay : Collingwood - 4.5KM Offshore 2009-10-19 04:00 UTC Contributed 2 of 2 Observations
Georgian Bay : French River - Offshore of Mouth 2009-10-06 04:00 UTC Contributed 5 of 5 Observations
Georgian Bay : Go Home Bay 2009-10-14 04:00 UTC Contributed 6 of 6 Observations
Georgian Bay : Moon Island 2009-10-05 04:00 UTC Contributed 4 of 4 Observations
Georgian Bay : Nottawasaga River 'New' 2009-10-16 04:00 UTC Contributed 6 of 6 Observations
Georgian Bay : Owen Sound - Mid-Bay 2009-10-15 04:00 UTC Contributed 8 of 8 Observations
Georgian Bay : Owen Sound Harbour 2009-10-20 04:00 UTC Contributed 1 of 1 Observations
Georgian Bay : Owen Sound Harbour Opposite North End of Grain Elevators 2009-10-21 04:00 UTC Contributed 1 of 1 Observations