The Great Lakes project invites participants to explore maps and graphs and contribute water quality data from across the Great Lakes watershed region, including parts of the United States and Canada.This web-based mapping and graphing collaboration tool is designed to engage students, volunteers, and citizens in Great Lakes science. FieldScope is part of a nationwide initiative to share, analyze, and interpret data.
Do you collect water quality data as part of a non-profit, research, or educational organization? Join the FieldScope project to share your data!
In Great Lakes FieldScope, you’ll find data layers to explore, such as:
For more information on how to join the Great Lakes FieldScope project, or how it can be useful to your organization, contact: email@example.com
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FREE online course about watersheds being offered Sept. 16-Oct. 27. Visit https://www.coursera.org/course/watershed for more information.
Introduction to Great Lakes FieldScope
New to FieldScope? Download the Great Lakes FieldScope User Guide for an introduction to FieldScope.
Check out the National Geographic Education Google Hangout Video for an in-depth tutorial on FieldScope on YouTube.
Explore the basics of both Teaching Great Lakes Science and FieldScope, check out Online Learning: Great Lakes FieldScope and Great Lakes Lessons Online
Water Quality Data Collection
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Teaching Great Lakes Science
Looking for classroom lessons to use with Great Lakes FieldScope? Explore topics about Great Lakes science, technology, engineering, and math.
Find the materials at GreatLakesLessons.com.