Binational cooperation toward a goal of Smart Great Lakes
Green Chemistry: Water and its Treatment
Smart Great Lakes’ initiative, smart sensors, Transmitted measurements
The Great Lakes are the world’s largest freshwater resource and a critical part of the Canada–USA interactions. In addition to their water resource advantage, they are critical to trade/transportation and recreation. The “Smart Lake Erie” concept is an information ecosystem supported by a robust sensor-driven network that will transform data into usable tools and create actionable information.
McKay, R. Michael L.; Bullerjahn, George S.; Johnson, Katelynn; Kearns, Tim; Paige, Kelli; Stubbs, Bryan; and Verhamme, Edward M.. (2021). Binational cooperation toward a goal of Smart Great Lakes. Green Chemistry: Water and its Treatment, 17-27.