NOAA Science Research Review of the
Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory

March 22-24, 2016

Laboratory science reviews are conducted every five years to evaluate the quality, relevance, and performance of research conducted in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) laboratories. This review is for both internal OAR/NOAA use for planning, programming, and budgeting, and external interests. It helps the Laboratory in its strategic planning of its future science. These reviews are also intended to ensure that OAR laboratory research is linked to the NOAA Strategic Plan, is relevant to NOAA Research mission and priorities, is of high quality as judged by preeminence criteria, and is carried out with a high level of performance.

This review will cover Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory research since 2010. The research themes are:

Program Information

The Science Presentations portion of the review will be broadcast live via webinar on Tuesday, March 22 and Wednesday, March 23. View the complete presentation schedule here. To participate remotely by webinar, please register below.

Please note: The webinar login works for the entire day. Remote participants can dial in for any particular portion of the program that is of interest. All guests (in person & remote) will be participating in "listen only" mode. Live questioning is reserved for the Science Review panel. GLERL Information Services staff will gladly field any additional questions. Please email:

Webinar Registration
Tuesday, March 22
Morning session 8:30 – 11:30 am
(break for tour / lunch)
Afternoon session 1:15 pm – 3:15 pm
Wednesday, March 23
Morning session 8:30 – noon
(break for lunch)
Afternoon session 1:00 – 2:00 pm
(break for tour)
Afternoon session, continued 3:00 – 5:00 pm

General Questions
Margaret Lansing