Experimental Lake Erie Hypoxia Forecast


Note: The Lake Erie hypoxia season—typically, June through October—has ended. Therefore, the Experimental Lake Erie Hypoxia Forecast model is no longer running. Please check back in June, 2019.

Below is a retrospective animation of the Experimental Lake Erie Hypoxia Forecasts from the 2018 season, showing the predicted change in bottom temperature and dissolved oxygen. The color scale indicates changes in dissolved oxygen (D.O.) concentrations over a period of 4 days, beginning at noon yesterday (EDT). Areas in green indicate no change in dissolved oxygen levels, while areas in blue indicate a decrease and areas in red indicate an increase.


Contact

Hypoxia forecast and development co-lead:
Craig Stow
Senior Research Scientist
NOAA GLERL
(734) 741-2268
Hypoxia forecast and development co-lead:
Mark Rowe
Research Physical Scientist
NOAA GLERL
(734) 741-2172
Stakeholder Engagement:
Devin Gill
CIGLR
(734) 741-2283
 
Media Contact:
Margaret Lansing
Info Services Branch Chief
NOAA GLERL
(734) 741-2210

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