International Watersheds Initiative Projects

Year
2020
Project Description

This project will result in detailed vegetation community data referenced to elevation and seasonal water levels in 16 Lake Ontario coastal wetlands.

Year
2019
Project Description

The Great Lakes – St. Lawrence River Adaptive Management Committee is continuing in the development of its long-term strategy to ensure a full review of the regulation plans in the 15 year review period specified in the updated Orders of Approval.

Year
2019
Project Description

The project aims to obtain information about impacts of high water levels and flows along the Canadian shore of Lake Ontario and the upper St. Lawrence River upstream of the Moses-Saunders dam at Cornwall, ON.

Year
2019
Project Description
The project aims to obtain information about impacts of high water levels and flows along the shores of the lower St. Lawrence River below the Moses-Saunders dam covering 53 Regional County Municipalities (MRC) along the shore of the St. Lawrence River beginning at the Ontario/Quebec border downstream through Trois Rivières.
Year
2019
Project Description

This project is a continuation of ongoing GLAM efforts to collect data to support model validation and will result in detailed vegetation community data referenced to elevation and seasonal water levels in 16 Lake Ontario coastal wetlands.

Year
2019
Project Description

Winter operations of the Moses-Saunders Dam (St. Lawrence River) in accordance with direction from the IJC’s International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board (ILOSLRB) have historically resulted in a large drawdown in water levels on Lake St.

Year
2018
Project Description

This is a continuation of ongoing GLAM efforts to collect data to support model validation.

Year
2017
Project Description

High water levels throughout the Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River system in 2017 impacted several shoreline communities, stakeholders and businesses.

Year
2017
Project Description

The Canadian Precipitation Analysis (CaPA) is an operational near real-time gridded precipitation product from Environment Canada available since April 2011 for North America.

Year
2017
Project Description

This project is a continuation of ongoing GLAM efforts to collect data to support model validation and will result in detailed vegetation community data referenced to elevation and seasonal water levels in 16 Lake Ontario coastal wetlands.