Learn: Great Lakes Climate
The climate of the Great Lakes Region is changing. Average temperatures are rising, and in turn affecting the timing of seasons and level and intensity of precipitation. These changes pose significant challenges, opportunities, and threats to the ecological and economic well-being of the Great Lakes Basin. In the face of such changes, stakeholders who make climate-sensitive decisions need a wide range of relevant information. To provide such information, we have available:
- Great Lakes Climate 101 - Learn more about Great Lakes climate variability and change. On this page you can:
- Watch a video explaining global and regional trends, projections, and regional impacts,
- go in-depth about a range of climate vulnerabilities and opportunities,
- and find links to webinars and accessible web resources.
- GLISA Symposium - On November 3, GLISA held a research symposium featuring speakers from the core management team, as well as funded projects from the GLISA annual grants competition. This page includes presentation and video recordings from all speakers at the symposium.
- Stakeholder Reports - 41 documents written by and for stakeholders regarding climate change impacts