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Fisheries and Climate. Canadian Advisors. American Advisors. Great Lakes Fishery Commission. Contract Agents •U.S. Geological Survey •Department of Fisheries and Oceans. GFLC-Appointed Boards •Habitat Advisory Board •Sea Lamprey Integration Committee. Agency-Appointed Committees

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Canadian Advisors

American Advisors

Great Lakes Fishery Commission

Contract Agents

•U.S. Geological Survey

•Department of Fisheries and

Oceans

GFLC-Appointed Boards

•Habitat Advisory Board

•Sea Lamprey Integration Committee

Agency-Appointed Committees

•Fish Health Committees

•Law Enforcement Committee








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Agriculture

Basin Land Use

-6% Superior

-44% Michigan

-40% Huron

-63% Erie

-33% Ontario

Shoreline Land Use

-N/A Superior

-20% Michigan

-15% Huron

-14% Erie

-33% Ontario


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Orchards

Yellow – 18 orchards

Green – 24 orchards

Blue - 26 orchards

Purple – 56 orchards

Red – 48 orchards


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Summary

  • Great Lakes Fishery Commission & EPA manage the Great Lakes fisheries.

  • Commercial and recreational fishing is economically important.

  • The Great Lakes have a stabilizing effect on the surrounding land.

  • The “stable” climate is great for agriculture.


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