The Canadian/U.S. ecosystem approach to pollutant control in the Great Lakes

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Authors:Parizek, Richard R.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Pennsylvania State University, Geosciences Department, University Park, PA, United States
Volume Title:Gidrogeologicheskiye i gidrologicheskiye problemy okhrany okruzhayushchey sredy; trudy Pervogo Sovetsko-Amerikanskogo simpoziuma po Gidrogeologicheskim i gidrologicheskim problem okhrany okrzhayushchey sredy
Volume Authors:Khublaryan, M. G., editor; Mironenko, V. A.; Kanivetskiy, R. A.; Challani, Sh. Ts.
Source:p.212-222; Pervogo Sovetsko-Amerikanskogo simpoziuma po Gidrogeologicheskim i gidrologicheskim problem okhrany okrzhayushchey sredy, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation, June 18-21, 1990, edited by M. G. Khublaryan, V. A. Mironenko, R. A. Kanivetskiy and Sh. Ts. Challani. Publisher: Akademiya Nauk SSSR, Institut Vodnykh Problem, Moscow, Russian Federation. ISBN: 5-88068-002-9
Publication Date:1991
Note:In English. 10 refs.; sketch maps
Subjects:Controls; Cost; Drainage basins; Ecosystems; Ground water; Human activity; Hydrology; Hydrosphere; International cooperation; Lakes; Land use; Methods; Nonpoint sources; Pollutants; Pollution; Preventive measures; Remediation; Reservoirs; Surface water; Toxic materials; Transport; Water quality; Water resources; Watersheds; Canada; Great Lakes; North America; United States
Record ID:1997050760
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute.
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