2 edition of Toxic substances control programs in the Great Lakes Basin found in the catalog.
Toxic substances control programs in the Great Lakes Basin
Great Lakes Water Quality Board. Toxic Substances Committee.
by International Joint Commission, Great Lakes Regional Office in Windsor, Ont
Written in English
At head of title: Report to the Great Lakes Water Quality Board.
|Statement||by the Toxic Substances Committee.|
|Contributions||International Joint Commission. Great Lakes Regional Office.|
|LC Classifications||RA566.4G7 G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 94 p.|
|Number of Pages||94|
urban and agricultural runoff to the Great lakes and its tributaries have contributed toxic substances into the ecosystem, resulting in major contamination issues. In most cases, the contamination is introduced in the tributaries which, via sediment transport and erosion mechanisms, contribute to contamination of the Great Lakes proper. of persistent toxic substances. The third and fourth reports deal with modeling the atmospheric transport and deposition of persistent toxic substances to the Great Lakes and monitoring of persistent toxic substance in the Great Lakes region, respectively. The fifth report is a summary of the first four reports.
the problem of hazardous substances in the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem Presented Novem Toronto, Ontario was wi 11 ing to support monitoring and control programs. ~urin~ this same period, chemical to cause concerns in the Great Lakes, not because of its toxic effects. The pesticide use is concentrated in the corn- and soybean-growing areas of the southern Lake Michigan Basin and western Lake Erie Basin of the Great Lakes. Organochlorines (OC) such as DDT and dieldrin were the major pesticides .
The precautionary principle and early warnings of chemical contamination of the Great Lakes the incidence of diseases in her community and the possible relationship to the 20 tonnes of toxic wastes that had been disposed of in the canal by the Hooker Chemical Company during the previous 20 years. These inquiries set off a series of psycho-. the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement and Great Lakes Toxic Substances Control Agreement; and States contiguous to the Great Lakes deposit money into the fund for projects and programs related to the Great Lakes. One-third of the annual earnings are transferred to the states. and resource management within the Lake Erie Basin.
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Decem ). The Great Lakes – Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario – and their connecting waters are the largest surface freshwater system in the world. One-tenth of the U.S.
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