A science translation publication prepared by a special committee convened by the International Association for Great Lakes Research under the auspices of a grant from The Joyce Foundation to strengthen the science-policy linkage in the Great Lakes Basin.
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- Background Information
- How significant is urban development in the Great Lakes region?
- What are the impacts of urban development on Great Lakes water quality?
- How has the Great Lakes policy community responded to this issue?
- Scientific Information and Its Application
- Current knowledge regarding water quality and urban development
- Applying this Knowledge to reducing the impacts of urban developments
- Linking Science With Land Use Policy: Challenges
- Case Study: The Oak Ridges Moraine
- Conclusions and Recommendations
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