Explore a selection of works produced by the Great Lakes Research Center, a Michigan Technological University research institute.

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Submissions from 2019

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Lidar (light detection and ranging) and benthic invertebrate investigations: Migrating tailings threaten Buffalo Reef in Lake Superior, Charlie Kerfoot, Martin M. Hobmeier, Robert Regis, Varsha K. Raman, Colin Brooks, Robert Shuchman, Michael Sayers, Foad Yousef, and Molly Reif

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Closing nuclear plants with increase climate risks, Nancy Langston

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Will woodland caribou survive in the Lake Superior basin?, Nancy Langston

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Using simple, decision-centered, scenario-based planning to improve local coastal management, Richard K. Norton, Stephen Buckman, Guy Meadows, and Zachary Rable

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Evidence for ecosystem changes within a temperate lagoon following a hurricane-induced barrier island breach, Jill A. Olin, Robert M. Cerrato, Janet A. Nye, Skyler R. Sagarese, Matthew Sclafani, Joshua P. Zacharias, and Michael G. Frisk

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Coupling ocean currents and waves with wind stress over the Gulf Stream, Qi Shi and Mark A. Bourassa

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Working with the public in historical data creation, Humphrey Southall and Don Lafreniere

Submissions from 2018

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Are woodland caribou doomed by climate change?, Nancy Langston

Submissions from 2014

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Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) and multispectral scanner (MSS) studies examine coastal environments influenced by mining, W. Charles Kerfoot, Martin M. Hobmeier, Foad Yousef, Sarah A. Green, Robert Regis, Colin N. Brooks, Robert Shuchman, Jamey Anderson, and Molly Reif