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Water Uses Coping Zones

Richard Bartz; Pat Inch

Coping zones to assess the risk associated with fluctuating water levels on domestic, municipal and industrial water users
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Water Uses Synthesis and Summary

Richard Bartz; Pat Inch

Summary of objectives, scope and methods used to evaluate water level impacts on domestic, municipal & industrial water users.
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Hydropower Contextual Narrative

Robert Sinclair; David Patton, Paul King-Fisher, Andrew Punkari, Steve Rose, Peter Yee

A contextual narrative describing hydropower production in the Great Lakes with emphasis on the St. Marys River and Niagara River.
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Peaking and Ponding Plan Assessment

Mark Lorie;

Investigated relationship between Superior outflows and peaking and ponding operations, impacts on hydropower and shipping
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Electricity Price Forecasts

David White; Alice Napoleon

Relationships between St. Marys River hydropower operations, the regional energy market, and current and future energy prices
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Hydropower Regression Relationships

Yin Fan; David Fay

Regression relationships were developed to relate flow, head and tailwater levels to St. Marys River hydropower production
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Soo Headrace Canal Modelling

Jacob Bruxer;

Maximum capacity of the Soo hydropower plant headrace canals at low water conditions was investigated with hydraulic models
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Hydropower Coping Zones

Peter Yee; Steve Rose

Established ranges of levels & flows affecting hydropower, from desirable and tolerable to long-lasting adverse impacts.
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Soo Structures Stability and Emergency Measures Analysis

Peter Yee;

Discussion on the stability of Soo structures and possible emergency measures during extreme Great Lakes water supplies
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Hydropower Performance Indicators

Peter Yee;

Hydropower performance indicators were developed to assist in formulating and evaluating Lake Superior regulation plans
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