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    • A Biological Production Model for Grand Traverse Bay 

      Canale, R. P.; Hineman, D. F.; Nachiappan, S. (University of Michigan - Sea Grant Program, 1974-02)
      For the past three years researchers supported by The University of Michigan Sea Grant Program have conducted extensive field surveys in both arms of Grand Traverse Bay. These surveys have included observations of several ...
    • Grand Traverse Bay: A Time of Choice Basic Issues 

      Ryner, Peter C. (2013-08-12)
      With the passage of the Shorelands Protection and Management Act of 1970 (Act 245), the Michigan Water Resources Commission (WRC) was charged with the establishment of a shorelands management plan for Michigan's ...
    • Grand Traverse Bay: A Time of Choice Recreation 

      Ryner, Peter C. (University of Michigan - Sea Grant Program, 1972-08)
      In large metropolita n areas such as Detroit, and even in suburban areas, opportunities for water oriented public recreation are limited or nonexistent. Those facilities which are available require careful planning and ...
    • Socioeconomic Development in the Grand Traverse Bay Area 

      Ludlow, John D.; Braden, Patricia L. (University of Michigan - Bureau of Business Administration, 1971-04)
      The Northwest Economic Development District is a state planning region made up of ten counties which approximate the Grand Traverse Bay watershed area (see Figure 1). It is part of the Upper Great Lakes region--an area ...