Taking Action to Combat Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region

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A panel of experts from municipalities, agricultural interests, habitat and wildlife restoration implementers, and lake level scientists will focus on actions being taken in the Great Lakes region to combat climate change impacts. Join an interactive discussion with the panelists to discuss actions that must be taken to safeguard the health of the Great Lakes. This slide show was given by Melinda Koslow, Regional Program Manager, Safeguards Program, National Wildlife Federation.

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Taking Action to Combat Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region

  1. 1. 2013 upcoming Restoring includes: revisions of tool and case studies
  2. 2. One example: Maumee River AOC Climate-Smart Habitat Restoration: Reduce nutrient runoff from Flooding Before After
  3. 3. Another example: Black River Fish Habitat Restoration: More Variable Water Levels Rock Piles Shallows Habitat Shelves Climate-Smart Option Different Depth Fish Habitat Shelves
  4. 4. Another example: Black River Fish Habitat Restoration: Larger Precipitation Events Climate Smart Option Larger Boulders

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