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Tributary Connectivity

Tributaries play a key role in shaping nearshore habitats, providing spawning habitat to fish, and transporting important materials and nutrients through inland aquatic systems. Projects & Progress allows you to track progress towards restoring tributary connectivity in the Great Lakes. The map to the left displays goals and performance metrics for barrier removal and the extent of reconnected tributaries.

This application is currently in its beta testing phase; expect changes and improvements over the coming year. This is the same mapping application used to view projects on a map. In the application, you can toggle between the sub-pages “Projects” to see the full list of projects on Great Lakes Inform and “Assess” to see progress towards regional goals.