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- Input Projects
- Review of St. Clair Compensation Options
- Dependent Projects
- Environmental Impacts of Structures in the St. Clair River
- Multi-Lake Regulation
Literature Review of Past Studies on Further Regulation and Compensation
- A summary of past studies on multi-lake regulation (i.e., the control of lake inflow or outflow using adjustable control structures), compensation for past dredging (i.e., by restoring water levels with fixed structures), and additional structural mitigation requirements. Includes a review of the objectives, interest groups and regulation criteria considered in past studies; the structures, excavation and costs required; as well as the results, issues and lessons learned.
- Past Studies on Regulation & Compensation in the Great Lakes
- Potential St. Clair River Restoration Structures
- Structural Options for Restoring Michigan-Huron Water Levels
- Additional Data and Information
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- Supporting Content
- Questions We Asked
- - Can restoration of Michigan-Huron levels address extremes?
- - Can multi-lake regulation address extremes?
- Key Findings
- - Restoration structures in the St. Clair are technically possible but costly
- - Potential for multi-lake regulation to address extremes is limited
- - Multi-lake regulation should not be pursued