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This St. Lawrence River map shows a 12-hour-ahead forecast for water depth and surface current speed. The map is part of the Great Lakes Observing System’s new Boaters Forecast: St. Lawrence River tool that is now being adapted for high-tech forecasting access for kayakers and canoeists.

Information on the new motorized and non-motorized boaters’ resource will be presented at the September 8, 2012, Great Lakes Underwater program 12-5pm at the Clayton Opera House in Clayton, NY.

Presenters will also talk about the historic weather patterns that may have impacted the sinking of the HMS Ontario sloop-of-war in 1780, the use of sidescan sonar to discover the 22-gun ship, and the ship’s destination of Fort Haldimand on Carleton Island. 


This Great Lakes Seaway Trail Byway-Blueway Seminar Series program is presented by the Great Lakes Seaway Trail and New York Sea Grant with co-sponsorship by the NOAA National Weather Service.

For advance sale discount until September 7, register at www.seawaytrail.com/underwater or call 315-646-1000. Tickets will also be available at the door. #



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