GLFT Research Notes
A Great Lakes Fishery Trust Communication
Q&A with Catherine Riseng Dr. Catherine Riseng, Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Michigan Dr. Riseng worked with a team to develop the Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Framework (GLAHF), a database used to classify habitats for different species within the Great Lakes basin. The GLAHF was developed over the course of four years. It is currently in its last year, with plans to maintain the database going forward. The GLAHF was designed as a way to classify habitats throughout the Great Lakes basin and includes spatial data such as biological populations, agricultural census, water temperature, ice cover and more….