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Below is a list of project partners, related efforts and additional background information.

  • Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis Laboratory (University of Minnesota): Co-collaborator of the Remote Sensing of Water Resources project and website host.

  • Water Resources Center (University of Minnesota): Co-collaborator of the Remote Sensing of Water Resources project.

  • Citizen Lake Monitoring Program (Minnesota Pollution Control Agency): A network of citizen volunteers collecting data on hundreds of lakes statewide in Minnesota.

  • LakeFinder (Minnesota Department of Natural Resources): An online lake mapping tool that provides lake information such as stocking, lake quality and public access.

  • Minnesota Pollution Control Agency: Protects Minnesota's environment through monitoring environmental quality and enforcing environmental regulations.

  • The Upper Midwest Regional Earth Science Applications Center (RESAC): A summary of research on regional water clarity in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

  • NASA: Our nation’s earth and space exploration program which supports research on satellite remote sensing of lakes at the University of Minnesota through the Earth Science Enterprise (ESE).

  • Landsat 7: A NASA site that provides general information on the Landsat-7 satellite.

  • USGS Landsat Program: Provides general information on the Landsat-7 satellite.

  • Landsat.org: Our favorite source for Landsat data and previews.

  • North American Lake Management Society (NALMS): A non-profit organizaton that forge partnerships among citizens, scientists, and professionals to foster the management and protection of lakes and reservoirs for today and tomorrow

  • Minnesota Shoreland Management Resourse Guide: The Minnesota Shoreland Management Resource Guide provides easy access to information about sustainable shoreland practices to improve management of Minnesota's lakes and rivers.

  • Lake Access: A cooperative project between the University of Minnesota, Duluth Natural Resources Research Institute and Department of Education, Minnesota Sea Grant, Hennepin Parks, Minnehaha Creek Water Shed District and Apprise Technologies that delivers real-time water quality information on Minneapolis metropolitan lakes to the public using advanced sensor technology and the Internet.

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