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Publications for the general public that focus on Lake Erie natural features and attractions

Guide Series include publications for the general public that focus on Lake Erie natural features and attractions.


Great Lakes Climate Needs: A Guide for Implementation


Guide to climate education needs based on the 2011 Great Lakes Sea Grant Climate Network Logic Models


The Great Lakes Sea Grant Climate Network Logic Models were developed in 2011 to help guide the work of Sea Grant climate specialists, both within their states and within the region. The logic models help to coordinate climate work between different Sea Grant agencies by listing current regional projects, and set consistent priorities for efforts across the Great Lakes states.

A 2012 needs assessment (NOAA Technical Memorandum GLERL-158) further refined Great Lakes climate change information needs, and focused specifically on the top 10 needs of professional planners, stormwater managers, natural resource managers, public health officials, and emergency managers. Given the projected impacts of climate change in the region – increased extreme precipitation, associated increases in flooding, but also drought and increased heat waves – these officials are one important stakeholder group in the climate adaptation process.

While many areas of need are already addressed by projects included in the logic models, four areas could especially benefit from additional work: financial resources and guidance, climate change data, understanding climate impacts, and ecosystem research and monitoring. If you are interested in learning more about ongoing or future projects, or if you would like to suggest a collaboration, please contact the Sea Grant program listed after the project of interest, or your home state’s Sea Grant program.

LENGTH: 7 pages
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Ohio Lake Erie Birding Trail Guidebook Order Form


A compilation of 88 popular and less well-known birding spots all along Ohio’s Lake Erie coast, from Ashtabula to Toledo.

LENGTH: 232 pages
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Lake Erie Shipwrecks and Maritime Adventures

LENGTH: 18 pages
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Explore the Lake Erie Islands: A guide to nature and history along the Lake Erie Coastal Trail

LENGTH: 64 pages
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Lake Erie shipwrecks and maritime adventures

LENGTH: 24 pages
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Lake Erie beach guide

LENGTH: 12 pages
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Lake Erie lighthouses and maritime adventures

LENGTH: 20 pages
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2006 Western Lake Erie guide to public waterfront access, charter fishing, marinas, boating excursions, festivals and events

LENGTH: 2 pages
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Getting Ready to Visit the Dike 14 Nature Preserve: Field Guide

LENGTH: 76 pages
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Guides to Lake Erie’s historic shipwrecks: The Adventure , W. R. Hanna and F. H. Prince

LENGTH: 6 pages
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South Bass Island (Put-In-Bay, Ohio) Guide: Historical places, natural features and island ecology

LENGTH: 46 pages
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Kelley's Island glacial grooves

LENGTH: 4 pages
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Guide to fishing in central Lake Erie

LENGTH: 1 page
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Fossil fauna of the islands region of western

LENGTH: 79 pages
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Island Heritage: A guided tour to Lake Erie's Bass Islands

LENGTH: 98 pages
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Guide to Lake Erie bluff stabilization

LENGTH: 22 pages
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Guide to fishing reefs in western Lake Erie

LENGTH: 1 page
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Lake Erie cookbook

LENGTH: 130 pages
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A guide to utilizing the freshwater drum

LENGTH: 23 pages
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