We Appreciate Your Input!

The Great Lakes–St. Lawrence River Adaptive Management (GLAM) Committee, a committee of the International Joint Commission (IJC) is seeking input from shoreline property and business owners that have been directly affected by recent high water levels on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River. The following questionnaire allows property owners to submit information on the extent of flooding, erosion, damage to shoreline structures, and related damage to residential and business shoreline properties experienced in 2020.  If you would like to report on impacts in 2019, please use the 2019 version of the questionnaire.

***This questionnaire should take approximately 20-30min to complete, but may take much longer depending on the extent of impacts being reported on. Please complete this questionnaire when appropriate time is available to you***

Questions that are marked with an * are mandatory questions that need to be answered in order to proceed to the next question.

Partially completed questionnaires (e.g. stopped part way through) will not be used for reporting purposes."

The GLAM Committee would like to know how conditions at your property change for different water level conditions. Please feel free to complete the questionnaire again and submit further photos using the same address.

Please share the link with others who may also have been impacted and be sure to upload your photos.

If you experience technical difficulties while completing the questionnaire, or have questions about the questionnaire please contact the GLAM Committee at GLAM@ijc.org.

Further information about the GLAM Committee can be found at https://ijc.org/en/glam.

** This questionnaire is a modified version of one previously developed at Cornell University with support from New York Sea Grant that was conducted along the USA Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River Shoreline in the summer of 2017 and then adapted by the GLAM Committee in the fall 2017 and covered all of Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River. It has been modified again to allow responses for the entire Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River system.
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