Every notable aspect of Toxic Contamination in Large Lakes is examined by known experts from every continent. Authors represent the U.S. and Canada, Argentina, Sweden, USSR, Israel, Great Britain, Japan, China, The Netherlands, Germany, Kenya, Austria. Authors represent the entire spectrum-academia, government, and industry. The first published work offer such a diverse and complete examination of this subject, it provides valuable information and data for today and tomorrow-and the basis for stimulating new research. Chapters in this work were reviewed and carefully edited, after initial presentation at the World Conference on Large Lakes held May 18-21, 1986 at Mackinac Island, Michigan. It presents a wealth of information…a resource for continued use over the years…and should do much to stimulate further study. This vital work is especially of interest to environmental scientists and toxicologists, fisheries professionals, researchers, aquatic resource managers, ecologists, biologists, chemists, and engineers. Every science or engineering library with a water interest should have this notable reference.
VOLUME IV: PREVENTION OF TOXIC CONTAMINATION IN LARGE LAKES. An Economic View of the Great Lakes. The Historic Role of a Large Lake in Japan-The Case of Lake Biwa. Transboundary Management of Large Lakes: Experience with the Great Lakes of North America. Transboundary Management of Lake Geneva. Model-based Decision Support Systems: Application to Large Lakes and Hazardous Waste Management. Cleaning Abandoned Chemical Waste Sites and the Larger Problem of Preventing New Dumps. The 3P Program: An Effective Approach to Industrial Pollution. Industrial Siting in a Developing Country: Policy-Legal and Social Context. Pollution Hazards of Agriculture. Strategies for the Control of Nonpoint Source Pollution. Introducing Scientific Analysis to Public Policy-An International Perspective. Setting Priorities for Great Lakes Environmental Quality Research. The Role of the News Media in Determining Public Policy for the Great Lakes. The Role of Research in Management of the Laurentian Great Lakes. What is the Role of a Citizen's Organization for Environmental Action. International Citizen Action to Protect the World's Large Lakes. International Agreements and Strategies for Controlling Toxic Contaminants. Ecosystem Managements: Overcoming Jurisdictional Diversity Through Law Reform.