Rationalizing the Decline in Lake Michigan-Huron levels using the Coordinated Great Lakes Regulation and Routing Model
- Bryan Tolson;
- The Coordinated Great Lakes Regulation and Routing Model was used to simulate, over time, upper Great Lakes levels and flows and the water level fall between Lake Michigan-Huron and Lake Erie in a suite of comparative modelling experiments. Each of the model input factors were varied and their impacts on levels and on the fall between the two lakes computed to demonstrate the potential impacts of the various factors and their long-term impacts.
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- Supporting Content
- Main Topics
- - St. Clair River
- Questions We Asked
- - How has climate affected Michigan-Huron and Erie level relationship?
- Key Findings
- - Hydroclimate accounts for 9-17 cm of total head decline
- - Remedial measures should not be taken in the St. Clair