By: NM Burns
3200 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs
Among the many polluted lakes, streams, and rivers in North America, Lake Erie represented one of the worst cases of environmental degradation before remedial measures were taken to restore it. Burns describes the steps taken to save the lake, and argues that they represent a textbook case of what coordinated environmental action can achieve.
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