Graham Sustainability Institute

Changing Great Lakes Water Levels and Local Impacts

On May 17, 2016, multidisciplinary experts from the U.S. and Canada came together to share information with interested stakeholders about Great Lakes water level variability, adaptation, and the first phase of the Great Lakes Water Levels Integrated Assessment  - an examination of the status, trends, causes, and consequences of changing water levels as they relate to the key issues facing specific shoreline localities.
 
The event was held at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, Michigan with support from the Graham Institute, University of Michigan Water Center, Michigan Coastal Zone Management Program, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
 

Meeting Resources

The videorecording, presentations, and social conversation for the event are available below. To learn more about the overall Integrated Assessment project visit the main Water Levels webpage. Refer to the resource page for additional water levels resources.
 

 

Event Agenda
Time in parentheses indicates start time of the presentation in the video recording. View and download individual presentations via slideshare above.
 
  • Welcome - Don Scavia, Executive Director,  University of Michigan, Graham Sustainability Institute (00:01:35)
  • Integrated assessment overview - John Callewaert, Program Director, University of Michigan Graham Sustainability Institute (00:03:20)