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Ecosystems Evaluation

Understanding how the region’s interests may be affected by future changes in Great Lakes water levels, particularly in the context of other drivers of change, is a critical step in developing a fair and effective new regulation plan for Lake Superior and the upper Great Lakes. Ecosystems interests represent the biological components of the natural environment of the upper Great Lakes basin, together with the ecological services that the natural environment provides to the people who live and work in the region.
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Lake Superior Wild Rice
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Georgian Bay Wetland Connectivity and Vegetation
Les Cheneaux Islands Wetland Vegetation
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Saginaw Bay and Les Cheneaux Islands Macroinvertebrates
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Integrated Ecosystem Response Model
Ecosystem TWG Synthesis and Summary
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