image: Green Area designates watershed of the great lakes. All rivers and streams within this area drain into the Great Lakes. Water flows from the lakes into the Atlantic Ocean through the St. Lawrence River. For the purposes of this publication, we will consider the St. Lawrence River and Seaway, Finger Lakes Region of New York, Headwaters of the region above Lake Nipigon, as well as the various canal and hydrological management systems associated with the Great Lakes as sufficiently relevant to warrant inclusion in the region.
3rd Coast Atlas is seeking submissions.
Submissions will be evaluated by the editors (and where necessary an independent editorial board) depending upon three criteria:
1.Quality of original intellectual and representational content and its contribution to the overall collection.
2.Relevance to sites and or subjects within the Great Lakes Drainage Basin. See map above and caption for details on geographic limits.
3.Relevance to the categories outlined for the publication.
More information about the project and submissions can be found here: www.3rdcoastatlas.com. 3rd Coast Atlas is a platform for research and design initiatives that explore the urbanization, landscape, infrastructure and ecology of the Great Lakes Basin and Great Lakes Megaregion. 3CA was initiated in 2009 by Clare Lyster, University of Illinois, Chicago; Charles Waldheim, Harvard University, and Mason White, University of Toronto.