The Jefferson Project Turns Lake George Into the World's Smartest Lake
Seven Days - Founded in 2013, the Jefferson Project is turning Lake George into what it calls "the world's smartest lake," with the goal of better understanding, protecting and sustaining this crown jewel of the Adirondack region. The multimillion-dollar collaboration was named for Thomas Jefferson, who visited Lake George in 1791 and described it in a letter to his daughter as "without question, the most beautiful water I ever saw."
Pictured, a vertical profiler used in the Jefferson Project to collect many different types of data on Lake George. Discover how this data is being used to help preserve its pristine waters!
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