Saving the Great Lakes 13.3

Published: September 1986

Editorial: Saving the Great Lakes - Thomas Whillans

The Great Lakes as a Touchstone for Canada-United States Relationships - Michael J. Donahue

Use and Abuse, Conflict and Harmony: The Great Lakes Fishery in Transition - Thomas H. Whillans and Fikret Berkes

Opposing Phosphorus and Nitrogen Trends in the Great Lake - John H. Hartig and John E. Gannon

The Law and the “Toxic Blob” - Toby Vigod

Fear of the Unknown ? Chemical Mutagens in the Great Lakes - C.D. Metcalfe

Great lakes Drinking Water: Risky Refreshment - Kate Davies

Coping with Fluctuating Great Lakes Water Levels: Issues and Options - A.P. Grima

Commerce on the Rocks: Winter Navigation - Arthur J. Niimi

Progress with Remediation, Rehabilitation and the Ecosystem Approach - Henry A. Regier

Environmental Constituency-Building: Local Initiatives and Volunteer Stewardship - Sally C. Lerner

Great Lakes Governance and the Ecosystem Approach: Where Next? - George Franci

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