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    • A Hierarchical Framework of Aquatic Ecological Units in North America (Nearctic Zone) 

      Maxwell, James R.; Edwards, Clayton J.; Jensen, Mark E.; Paustian, Steven J.; Parrott, Harry; Hill, Donley M. (United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 1995-05)
      The objectives of this report are to provide: 1. A generic hierarchical framework for characterizing aquatic ecosystems. 2. A description of linkages between terrestrial and aquatic biophysical environment maps. 3. ...
    • Historical Review and Management Prescription for Lake Leelanau Fishery 

      Michigan Department of Natural Resources (2002)
      North Lake Leelanau was surveyed In 2000, and good numbers of lake trout were observed. No brown trout were observed in the survey, and although we have received reports of some incidental catches of large brown trout, we ...
    • A History of Fish and Fisheries Torch Lake 

      Kelly, Thomas M. (2015-05-26)
      Torch Lake, located among the glacial hills of Antrim County, Michigan, is the second largest inland lake in the state. Torch Lake is very deep, and is ranked first in water volume of Michigan's inland lakes. In ...
    • A History of Spencer Creek Torch Lake 

      Kelly, Thomas M.; Peterson, Margaret E. (2013-03-19)
      Concern by riparian residents of Torch Lake and Spencer Creek regarding the water quality of the creek and its impact on the Torch Lake shore zone prompted this study of the Spencer Creek - Torch Lake system. The purpose ...
    • A Hydrological Model for Estimating the Inflows to and Outflows From Grand Traverse Bay, August 1972 

      Brater, E.F.; The University of Michigan Sea Grant Program (2011-04-01)
      The objective of this project is to provide estimates of inflow and outflow for any selected portion of Grand Traverse Bay. The determination is made first for the 17-year period from 1953 to 1971, for which continuous ...
    • Hydrology and Land Use in Grand Traverse County, Michigan 

      Cummings, T.R.; Gillespie, J.L.; Grannemann, N.G. (U.S. Geological Survey, 1990)
      Glacial deposits are the sole source of ground-water supplies in Grand Traverse County. These deposits range in thickness from 100 to 900 feet and consist of till, outwash, and materials of lacustrine and eolian origin. ...
    • An Illustrated Guide to the Identification of the Planktonic Crustacea of Lake Michigan with Notes on their Ecology 

      Torke, Byron G. (Milwaukee, Center for Great Lakes Studies, University of Wisconsin, 1974-04)
      Although reported observations on the planktonic crustacea in Lake Michigan began over a century ago (Hoy 1872), much remains to be learned about the general biology as well as the trophic relations of these animals. ...
    • Impact of Northern Pike Spawning Marsh Operation on Water Quality 

      Novy, James R.; Pecor, Charles H. (Michigan Water Resources Commission, Bureau of Water Management, Water Quality Appraisal, 1973-12-17)
      The effects of northern pike (Esox lucius) spawning marsh operation on Houghton Lake water quality were investigated during 1972 as part of a Water Quality Protection Demonstration Project at Houghton Lake. Typical annual ...
    • Impact of outboard motor operation on water quality 

      Pecor, Charles H.; Novy, James R. (Dept. of Natural Resources, Water Resources Commission, Bureau of Water Management, 1973-12-19)
    • Impact on the Economy of Michigan of Proposed Additional Diversion of Lake Michigan Water at Chicago: An Exploratory Study 

      Gadzikowski, Gilbert R.; The W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research (2011-04-01)
      Chicago, Illinois, currently diverts some 3,000 c.f.s. (cubic feet per second) of Lake Michigan water over the divide into the Mississippi River Valley. The State of Illinois on behalf of the Elmhurst - Villa Park - ...
    • Inland Lake Self-Help Program Annual Report 1976: A Cooperative Lake Riparian - Michigan Department of Natural Resources Projects 

      Michigan Department of Natural Resources (2013-01-08)
      To many people a lake is a place to temporarily escape the daily work routine and enjoy the recreational pursuits of swimming, fishing and boating. In an attempt to get closer to this recreational opportunity, people ...
    • Inland Lakes Sediment Trends: Sediment Analysis Results for Five Michigan Lakes (Cass, Elk, Gratiot, Gull, and Higgins) 

      Long, David T.; Giesey, John P.; Simpson, Sharon J.; Fett, Joel D. (Michigan State University, 2000)
    • Inland Lakes Sediment Trends: Sediment Analysis Results for Six Michigan Lakes (Houghton, Hubbard, Imp, Round, Torch and Witch) 

      Yohn, Sharon S.; Parsons, Matthew J.; Long, David T.; Giesy, John P.; Scholle, Lydia K.; Patino, Lina C. (Aqueous and Environmental Geochemical Laboratories: Michigan State University andAquatic Toxicology Laboratory: Michigan State University, 2003)
    • Inland Seas Schoolship Data - 1989 

      Inland Seas Education Association (2014-08-12)
      Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) conducts Great Lakes ecology programs on-board a tall ship schooner. Programs are conducted between May and October and engage students of all ages in the collection and analysis ...
    • Inland Seas Schoolship Data - 1990 

      Inland Seas Education Association (2014-08-12)
      Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) conducts Great Lakes ecology programs on-board a tall ship schooner. Programs are conducted between May and October and engage students of all ages in the collection and analysis ...
    • Inland Seas Schoolship Data - 1991 

      Inland Seas Education Association (2014-08-12)
      Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) conducts Great Lakes ecology programs on-board a tall ship schooner. Programs are conducted between May and October and engage students of all ages in the collection and analysis ...
    • Inland Seas Schoolship Data - 1992 

      Inland Seas Education Association (2014-08-12)
      Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) conducts Great Lakes ecology programs on-board a tall ship schooner. Programs are conducted between May and October and engage students of all ages in the collection and analysis ...
    • Inland Seas Schoolship Data - 1995 

      Inland Seas Education Association (2014-08-12)
      Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) conducts Great Lakes ecology programs on-board a tall ship schooner. Programs are conducted between May and October and engage students of all ages in the collection and analysis ...
    • Inland Seas Schoolship Data - 1996 

      Inland Seas Education Association (2014-08-12)
      Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) conducts Great Lakes ecology programs on-board a tall ship schooner. Programs are conducted between May and October and engage students of all ages in the collection and analysis ...
    • Inland Seas Schoolship Data - 1997 

      Inland Seas Education Association (2014-08-12)
      Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) conducts Great Lakes ecology programs on-board a tall ship schooner. Programs are conducted between May and October and engage students of all ages in the collection and analysis ...