Great Lakes Levels: Toward Systematic Decision Makingby Leonard Shabman, Virginia Tech, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Critical Water Issues and Computer Applications
Abstract: The International Joint Commission (IJC) has authority given by the governments of Canada and the United States to use existing works to regulate the lakes system according to agreed-to operational rules. In response to continuing concerns the governments of the U.S. and Canada in August, 1986, requested that the IJC study lake management options paying particular attention to remedying the perceived deficiencies of past studies. This recently initiated study can provide analytical support for continuing bi-national negotiation over management of Great Lakes Water Levels. Elements of the study scope are discussed.
Subject Headings: Lakes | Decision making | Water resources | Government | Negotiation | Joints | Water supply systems | Water level | Great Lakes | North America | Canada | United States
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