The Detroit District, established in 1841, covers 82,000 square miles of land. This area is inhabited by approximately 14 million people and has 4,000 miles of Great Lakes shoreline. The Detroit Districts major mission is to investigate, plan, design, construct, operate and maintain Congressionally authorized water resource projects that are related to navigation, flood control, beach erosion and other activities. For instance, the District operates and maintains the World Famous Soo Locks, and 94 harbors on Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, St. Clair, as well as the State of Michigan portion of Lake Erie. The Detroit District also manages the Great Lakes Water Control Data System, making it the Corps' center for hydrometeorologic and water level data collection and dissemination for the Great Lakes system (water level forecast).
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