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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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Lower St. Marys Water Level and Depth Analysis

Peter Yee; Aaron Thompson

Effects of hydropower operations on lower St. Marys River water levels, and bathymetric data analysis for water depth study.
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Orders of Approval Compendium

Peter Yee;

Review of the IJC Orders of Approval pertaining to hydropower operations in St. Marys River, their purpose and objectives.
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Hydropower Synthesis and Summary

Peter Yee; Steve Rose

General discussion on the study tasks of the hydropower technical work group, their scope and methods.
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Commercial Navigation Contextual Narrative

Frank Millerd; Ralph Moulton, Jonathan Brown

Contextual narrative on Great Lakes commercial navigation and how it is affected by water levels and flows
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GL-SAND Model

Jonathan Brown; Paul Yu

Use of the GL-SAND model to calculate transportation costs for variable harbor channel depths
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Commercial Navigation Coping Zones

Frank Millerd; Ralph Moulton, David Wright

Coping zones defining different ranges of levels and flows and affecting commercial navigation
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Commercial Navigation Performance Indicators

David Wright; Ralph Moulton

Transportation costs used as a performance indicator to evaluate the impacts of water levels on commercial navigation
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Commercial Navigation Summary

David Wright; Frank Millerd, Ralph Moulton, Jonathan Brown, Ben Lin, Marie Jose Dubois

General discussion on the study tasks of the commercial navigation technical work group, their scope and methods.
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Rec Boating & Tourism Contextual Narrative

Dan McCole;

Contextual narrative on Great Lakes boating interests, and method to evaluate regulation plan impacts
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Rec Boating Literature Review & Marina Slip Field Measurements

Glenn Warren; Allan Douglas, Bill Boik

Literature review and field data collection to determine the impacts of water levels on the recreational boating sector
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