This research has resulted in scholarly books and end-user reports:
- Urban Regeneration: the Hamilton Brand. 2014. Krantzberg, G., B. Humber and V. Grover. Regeneration Institute for the Great Lakes and Renew Hamilton
- Water Co-Management. 2013. Grover, V. and G. Krantzberg (eds.) CRC Press
- The Remedial Action Plan Program, Historical and Contemporary Overview. In Great Lakes Lessons in Participatory Governance. 2012. V. Grover and G. Krantzberg (eds.). Scientific Research Publishing. pp 245-256
In order to disseminate information to end-users, researchers have created several case studies:
- The health hazards associated with different water governance methods, regulations and policies. Case Study of Halifax.
- Policy Direction to Fast-Track Low Impact Development Adoption
- Upper Tier and Lower Tier Municipality Integration to Collaborative Address Population Growth, Aging Infrastructure and Climate Change
- Increased knowledge and through research and collaboration and the provision of an Urban Regeneration Handbook.
- Strengthened relationships with partners by hosting workshops surrounding the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement and application of the project's research outputs.