The Jefferson Project at Lake George in New York is entering a new phase in which enormous amounts of data will be captured from sensors and analyzed. The results are expected to create a blueprint to preserve important lakes, rivers and bodies of fresh water around the globe.
The Jefferson Project at Lake George is a three-year, multi-million dollar collaboration with the goal of understanding and managing complex factors threatening the lake -- including road salt, stormwater runoff and invasive species. Source: IBM
A three-year, multi-million dollar partnership between Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, IBM, and The FUND will study threats to NY's Lake George.
In 1791, Thomas Jefferson wrote, "Lake George is without comparison the most beautiful water I ever saw.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Christie Whitman and Assistant Administrator for Water G. Tracy Mehan, III on Wednesday honored local water pollution control agencies from across the United States with the Clean Water Partners for the 21st Century Award.