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Remedial measures should not be taken in the St. Clair

Findings of the St. Clair River phase of the IUGLS indicated that the increase in conveyance in the St. Clair River is not ongoing, and that, based on bathymetry from the year 2000 until present, conveyance has slightly decreased. Furthermore, the conveyance change is likely the result of a combination of factors, rather than any single factor. In addition, the change is small relative to the degree of scientific uncertainty associated with the various analyses and data measurements. Given these findings, and in accordance with its mandate, the Study Board concluded that remedial measures for the St. Clair River to address adverse changes in the river since the navigational dredging in 1962 are not warranted at this time.
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