Brewing Chemistry - What’s Brewing in Seagull for the Great Lakes?

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Date: May 17, 2022
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom
Category: Lecture
Brewing Chemistry - What’s Brewing in Seagull for the Great Lakes?
 
Great Lakes Observing System
The Great Lakes are a giant petri dish that is host to hundreds of thousands of organisms (both native and non-native), provide fresh drinking water for tens of millions of humans and support a 6 trillion-dollar blue economy spanning shipping, agriculture, infrastructure, security, manufacturing, recreation, health and more.  And yet, the world’s largest freshwater system is poorly understood and facing increased threat due to climate change, human migration and industrial growth.  Seagull is a new IoT (Internet of Things) platform by GLOS with a purpose to observe this fragile ecosystem, harvest the data and disseminate it to scientists, authorities, and the public. Chemical and water quality properties of the marine environment are just some of the parameters that Seagull measures. As chemists yourselves, your input on how to make this new platform even better will be very valuable.
 
Brewing Chemistry is a monthly lecture series. These informal talks are designed to make science fun and accessible for all.
 
You must register: https://american-chemical-society.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEpde6vrzMtEtZWKfem2hPmjdn1zavUE7cA?_x_zm_rtaid=nuYMYeD2QgKi2ZB-zB-s3Q.1649335607488.a35bee175a66ab1e9f48660c4295f354&_x_zm_rhtaid=488

Contact

Meghann Murray

meghann@brewingchemistry.com

Cost

Free
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