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Publication Spotlight: Coastal Processes and Causes of Shoreline Erosion and Accretion (pdf) (4 pages) 

  • NYSG issues fact sheet on "Coastal Processes and Causes of Shoreline Erosion and Accretion," 2015 More>


Publication Spotlight:
Effects of Erosion and Accretion on Coastal Landforms (pdf) (4 pages)

  • NYSG issues fact sheet on "Effects of Erosion and Accretion on Coastal Landforms," 2016 More>


Publication Spotlight: Guidelines for Selecting a Marine Contractor (pdf) (4 pages) [2015]


NY Sea Grant Adds Coastal Processes, Watercraft Inspection Training Staff (April 2015) More>
Two new positions housed at Wayne County Cooperative Extension, Newark, NY


Tracking ‘Great Lakes Nor’easters,’ New Eastern Lake Ontario Project (March 2015) More>

  • On YouTube: New Project Underway to Track & Monitor Storms in Central New York More>

NYSG Partners for Workshop Series Examining NYSDEC Great Lakes Action Agenda (January 2015) More>
  • NYSDEC and NY Sea Grant Announce $89K in Grants for Great Lakes Basin Projects More>

Experts Fear Low Water Levels Again This Year (March 22, 2013) More>


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Lake Ontario 2010 Water Levels Update More >


Lake Ontario Water Levels Update Fact Sheet More >

 

The NY Sea Grant electronic fact sheet "Lake Ontario Water Levels Update" (pdf) contains graphs showing:

the long-term average and actual measured daily water levels for the previous and current years, along with historical monthly high and low levels and forecast curves going out 4 to 5 months into the future for low, average and high water inflow/outflow situations;

daily inflows and weekly average outflows from 2000 through the present; daily deviations from long-term daily average levels from 1989 through the present;

and, long-term average versus actual measured daily water levels from 1987 through the present. The Update will be updated on a monthly basis during the ice-free months of the year and every two months through the winter.

The current Lake Ontario Water Levels Update is being revised and will be available later this Spring.

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