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Recreational Boating, Tourism and Cruise Ship Coping Zone Development



Contributors
Glenn Warren;Bill Boik
Abstract
Coping zones were developed for Recreational Boating, Tourism and Cruise Ships interests based on a synthesis of all available data and information. These coping zones describe different levels, or "zones", of vulnerability to water level fluctuations, including Zone A, a range of water level conditions that the interest would find tolerable; Zone B, a range of water level conditions that would have unfavourable though not irreversible impacts on the interest; and, Zone C, a range of water level conditions that would have severe, long-lasting or permanent adverse impacts on the interest.
Reports:
Rec Boating Coping Zone: Boat Launch Area
Rec Boating Coping Zone: Lake Erie Marina Slips
Rec Boating Coping Zone: Lake Huron Marina Slips 1
Rec Boating Coping Zone: Lake Huron Marina Slips 2
Rec Boating Coping Zone: Lake Superior Marina Slips
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Main Topics
Adaptive Management
Questions We Asked
How vulnerable are interest groups to extremes?
Key Findings
Interests can adapt to historical range of levels; beyond this adaptive responses may be required
Recommendations
Approve Lake Superior Plan 2012
Apply adaptive management to address extremes
Tasks
Rec Boating and Tourism Evaluation
Coping Zones