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What impacts could climate variations have on regulation?



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In the second theme of the hydroclimatic analysis, the Study assessed the representativeness of historical variations and estimated data to provide insights into the potential impacts of climatic extremes and possible future trends. It was determined that a broad range of scientific approaches, in addition to climate modelling, should be explored to provide information relative to possible future climate scenarios. This would provide a greater range of possible conditions for consideration for evaluating Lake Superior regulation plans and other water management options, and alert investigators to any inconsistencies between model projections and the climates of the past.
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