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- Input Projects
- Water Uses Coping Zones
- Hydropower Coping Zones
Upper Great Lakes Interest Group Coping Zones Synthesis and Summary
- Daniel Ferreira;
- The six technical working groups representing various Great Lakes interest groups each developed coping zones using unique methods and data to identify problematic water levels for their interest. This project provided a synthesis and acts as a central source for all the coping zones information developed by the six groups. The report describes the coping zones, methods and analysis from each of the six interest groups, and this information forms the basis of the risk assessment and decision making under uncertainty work conducted as part of the IUGLS.
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- Supporting Content
- Main Topics
- - Adaptive Management
- Questions We Asked
- - How vulnerable are interest groups to extremes?
- - What is adaptive management's role in addressing extremes?
- Key Findings
- - Interests can adapt to historical range of levels; beyond this adaptive responses may be required
- - Adaptive management has an important role in addressing risk
- - Apply adaptive management to address extremes