Evaluation of Potential Impacts on Great Lakes Water Resources Based on Climate Scenarios of Two GCMs

@inproceedings{Lofgren2002EvaluationOP,
  title={Evaluation of Potential Impacts on Great Lakes Water Resources Based on Climate Scenarios of Two GCMs},
  author={Brent M. Lofgren and Frank H. Quinn and Anne H. Clites and Raymond A. Assel and Ana Cristina Eberhardt and Carol L. Luukkonen},
  year={2002}
}
The results of general circulation model predictions of the effects of climate change from the Canadian Centre for Climate Modeling and Analysis (model CGCM1) and the United Kingdom Meteorological Office’s Hadley Centre (model HadCM2) have been used to derive potential impacts on the water resources of the Great Lakes basin. These impacts can influence the levels of the Great Lakes and the volumes of channel flow among them, thus affecting their value for interests such as riparians, shippers… CONTINUE READING
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