|Theor. Mean Depth|
|Mean x 3||255|
|Upper Depth /Thermoclir|
|Solar radiation (MJm-2day-1)|
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|Fisheries/Fauna||Michigan’s commercial fishery today consists mainly of 150 tribe-licensed commercial fishing operations through the Chippewa-Ottawa Resource Authority (CORA) and tribes belonging to the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC), which harve|
|Socio-Economic Conditions||Lake Michigan, like the other Great Lakes, supplies drinking water to millions of people in bordering areas. The lakes are collectively administered by the state and provincial governments adjacent to them pursuant to the Great Lakes Compact.
|Water Quality/Biological Features||Marshes, tallgrass prairies, savannas, forests and sand dunes that can reach several hundred feet, all provide excellent habitats for all types of wildlife on Lake Michigan.
Trout, salmon, walleye, and smallmouth bass fisheries are prevalent on the lak