Simulated changes in extent of Georgian Bay low-marsh habitat under multiple lake levels
The extent of coastal wetlands in Georgian Bay is controlled primarily by water level of Lake Huron, which directly affects the amount of critical habitat available for fish and wildlife communities. Lake-levels have historically fluctuated by nearly 2 m and that range could Read More
Hydrogeomorphic modeling of low-marsh habitat in coastal Georgian Bay, Lake Huron.
Potential impacts of global climate change on the amount of low-marsh habitat in coastal wetlands of the Great Lakes are unknown, which may have important implications for the Great Lakes fish community that use such habitat. We developed a Read More