As a result of the continuing high water levels on the Great Lakes,the Governments of Canada and the United States have asked the IJC to examine and report on ways to alleviate the adverse consequences of fluctuating water levels, in terms of both the immediate high level crisis and the long term consequences. Record high levels are continuing throughout most of the Great Lakes basin, except on Lake Ontario. While levels are expected to stay below recorded maximums on Lake Ontario and Lake Superior, levels on these lakes will remain high if extreme water supplies continue.
"Focus on International Joint Commission Activities (ISSN 0832-6673): vol.11 iss.3,"
Focus on International Joint Commission Activities: Vol. 11
, Article 1.
Available at: http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/ijcfocus/vol11/iss3/1