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Low Water Impact Analysis

R. Don Morris;Mike Shantz, Eric Tauriainen, Mark Dunning, Donielle Jordan, Timothy Feather
Detailed low water activities were undertaken to support coastal zone performance indicator development. Activities were identified based on initial scoping exercises, the coastal strategy adapted to address peer review comments, and the overall phased approach. Initial activities included: a real estate professional survey to assess water level impacts on pricing; consolidation of applicable benefit transfer information; and scoping of a hedonic price model. Based on the results of those efforts, two separate activities were undertaken: the first included development of a peer review document on the work to-date as well as identification of water level metrics that could be used to compare regulation plan performance; the second included the application of a Hedonic Price Model approach for a set of test sites, primarily to apply to emerging questions regarding water level restoration. The low water impact analysis contributed to the development of low water performance indicators.
Potential Low Water Impacts to Riparian Property Owners
Potential Methods for Low Water Impacts on Property Owners
Low Water Stage-Impact Relationships: Real-Estate Survey
Low Water Stage-Impact Relationships: Benefit Transfer Analysis
Low Water Stage-Impact Relationships: Hedonic Pricing Model
Low Water Impact Assessment Peer Review Submission
Low Water Impacts at Sites: Coastal Data-Impact Analysis
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Main Topics
Lake Superior Regulation
Questions We Asked
Can a regulation plan be designed to perform better than Plan 1977A?
What constitutes improved plan performance?
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What are the main benefits of the new regulation plan?
Does the plan minimize disproportionate losses?
Key Findings
Plan 2012 will be more robust and provide important benefits compared to Plan 77A
Plan 2012 provides overall economic improvements
Approve Lake Superior Plan 2012
Apply adaptive management to address extremes
Coastal Zone Evaluation