Water Level Changes: Factors Influencing the Great Lakes

Jan 1986 | Data and Monitoring, Habitat and Coastal, Library, Soil Erosion and Dredging, Water Quantity and Use

The Great Lakes Commission prepared this report to further public understanding of water levels and the causes of water level changes on the Great Lakes. Fluctuations in Great Lakes water levels have occurred continually since the Great Lakes were formed some five to six thousand year ago with the retreat of the last glacier.

Download PDF | Published 1986