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Has St. Clair conveyance changed, and if so, what were the causes?

The Study addressed the question of whether natural and/or human-caused changes in the St. Clair River (after the last major channel enlargement that ended in 1962) have changed the river’s conveyance (or water-carrying capacity), and what effects, if any, such a change may have had on the water levels of Lake Michigan-Huron, Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair. The conveyance of the St. Clair River is influenced by hydraulic properties, which can be estimated through a combination of physical measurements and analytical models. In addition, the Study also investigated what might have caused these changes, and when those changes may have occurred.
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