2018 Great Lakes Water Levels Assessment
Posted on: February 16, 2018
Great Lakes Water Levels Report - 2018
A Great Lakes Water Levels Report has been released by the Graham Sustainability Institute of the University of Michigan.

The Great Lakes Water Levels Integrated Assessment Report has been released by the University of Michigan’s Graham Sustainability Institute and Water Center. The goal of the report is to help decision-makers address the challenges and opportunities posed by Great Lakes water level variability.

The project combined multidisciplinary technical analysis with stakeholder engagement to identify potential policies and actions that will help shoreline managers and property owners plan for and adapt to variable lake levels. The assessment was informed by a binational advisory committee that provided input and advice reflecting the views of key stakeholder groups. The report includes the results of collaborative efforts among four multidisciplinary U.S. and Canadian research teams.

Additional project support was provided by the Michigan Coastal Zone Management Program and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Access the Report

Provide Public Comment until March 3rd to:
Maggie Allan, Graham Institute, Emerging Opportunities Program Officer, at (734) 763-0749 or maallan@umich.edu.
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