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The science and research conducted as part of the International Upper Great Lakes Study was essential to support the Study Board's key findings and recommendations.  A list of projects is provided below.  Use the filters provided to help find what you're looking for, and select "View Details" to find more information about projects you are interested in.

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Coping Zone Synthesis

Daniel Ferreira;

A synthesis and central source for all the coping zones information developed by the six Great Lakes interest groups
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Risk Assessment & Decision Making under Uncertainty

Casey Brown; Paul Moody, Jesus Morales, Danica Lefever

Synthesis of International Upper Great Lakes Study hydroclimate findings and their use in decision making
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Regulation and Compensation Literature Review

Jacob Bruxer; Craig Carlson

A summary of past Great Lakes studies on multi-lake regulation, compensation, and mitigation structures
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Multi-Lake Regulation

Bryan Tolson; Saman Razavi, Masoud Asadzadeh

Study of multi-lake regulation to address impacts of uncertain future conditions in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River system
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Institutional & Governance Analysis

Douglas Brown; Mark Bain, Michael Donahue, Wendy Leger, Jennifer Read

Analysis of the institutional and governance requirements of regulation and non-regulation responses to water levels
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Adaptive Management Outreach

Wendy Leger; Jennifer Read

Outreach program to connect with those actively engaged in managing water level risks or affected by water level impacts.
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Adaptive Management Strategy Development

Wendy Leger; Jennifer Read

Development of the Adaptive Management strategy for the upper Great Lakes
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Adaptive Management Synthesis and Summary

Wendy Leger; Jennifer Read

Summary of the Adaptive Management strategy and the processes, activities and key findings that led to its development
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St. Clair Restoration Structure Cost Estimates

Jack Frost; William Merte

Cost estimates and resource requirements were provided for three structural options for restoring Lake Michigan-Huron levels
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In-Stream Turbine Hydrodynamic Modelling

Thierry Faure;

Assessment of the hydrodynamic effects of hydrokinetic turbines in the St. Clair River using the 2-D TELEMAC model
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