Special Issue "Climate Change and Water Levels in the Great Lakes"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 21 November 2022 | Viewed by 1828
Interests: climate change; aquatic and marine ecology; flow cytometry; invasive species; benthic ecology
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Special Issue in Water: Climate Change Studies of Coral Reefs
In this Special Issue, titled “Climate Change and Water Levels in the Great Lakes,” we review, compare, and contrast the various changes and impacts to the Great Lakes, streams, rivers, coastal wetlands and associated watersheds. Approximately seven years ago, water levels were at record lows and predictions of water shortages appeared in various media outlets – but today water levels are at record highs and shoreline erosion is causing devastating property damage. The question is why the drastic change – and what are the associated implications both to environment and to the local populations? How will the water levels change over the next few years and comparatively, in the next decade? Is there any correlation to sea level rise? In this special edition, we hope to reflect on the past, assess the present, and predict the future of water changes in the Great Lakes.
Dr. Kevin B. Strychar
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- Climate Change
- Water Levels in the Great Lakes
- Coastal Wetlands
- Shoreline Erosion
- Food Webs
- Viral Ecology
- Invasive Species