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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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Lake Erie Residual NBS Uncertainty

Jacob Bruxer; Syed M. A. Moin, Yiping Guo

Uncertainty analysis on Lake Erie residual net basin supplies, including uncertainty in flows and change in storage
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Stochastic NBS

Laura Fagherazzi; José Salas, Oli Sveinsson

Stochastically generated series of NBS were developed for the upper Great Lakes to evaluate various water management options
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Paleo-reconstructed NBS

Casey Brown; Yonas Ghile, Paul Moody

Paleo-reconstructed net basin supplies for the upper Great Lakes were developed using the framework of Prairie et al (2008)
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MESH Component NBS

Vincent Fortin; Chris Spence, DaNeil Deacu, Syd Peel, Yasir Kaheil, Hai Lin, Dorothée Charpentier, Erika Klyszejko, Alain Pietroniro

Hindcast of Great Lakes NBS using MESH hydrologic model to compare and improve water balance estimates
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Seasonal Forecasting of NBS

Yasir Kaheil; Vincent Fortin, Hai Lin, Ken Snelgrove

Investigation of GEM numerical weather prediction model for forecasting Lake Superior net basin supply
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Analysis of Angel and Kunkel Future Lake Levels and NBS

Frank Seglenieks; Murray MacKay

Results from a study by Angel and Kunkel (2010) on future NBS and lake levels were investigated
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Climate Data Downscaling using CRCM

Murray MacKay; Frank Seglenieks

Dynamical downscaling using the Canadian Regional Climate Model was conducted to estimate future NBS
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Closing the Water Balance using MESH

Vincent Fortin; Erika Klyszejko, Alain Pietroniro

MESH component NBS were back-projected further into the past using GLERL estimates in an attempt to close the water balance
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Component NBS Uncertainty

Carlo DeMarchi; Tim Hunter, Qiang Dai, Mary Mello

Uncertainty analysis of GLERL's Great Lakes runoff, over-lake precipitation and net basin supply estimates
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Modelling of Climate Change Impacts Using CHARM

Brent Lofgren; Tim Hunter

GLERL's CHARM model was used to simulate Great Lakes hydrometeorological variables and evaluate effects of climate change
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