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Main Title Legislative and Institutional Framework to Control Pollution from Land Use Activities in the United States Great Lakes Basin. Volume II. States of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota.
Author Schweitzer, Eric ; Roth, Barbara ;
CORP Author Great Lakes Basin Commission, Ann Arbor, MI. ;Linton and Co., Inc., Washington, DC.;International Joint Commission-United States and Canada, Windsor (Ontario). Pollution from Land Use Activities Reference Group.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Year Published 1977
Report Number EPA-68-01-1598; IJC/PLUARG-79/04-VOL-2;
Stock Number PB-296 866
Additional Subjects Land use ; Legislation ; Great Lakes ; Water pollution control ; Regulations ; Government policies ; Sediments ; Nutrients ; Pesticides ; Hazardous materials ; Urban areas ; Transportation ; Mining ; Agriculture ; Recreation ; Illinois ; Indiana ; Michigan ; Minnesota ; Forest land ; Sewage disposal ; Earth fills ; Law enforcement ; Stream erosion ; International Field Year for the Great Lakes ; Nonpoint sources ; Institutional framework
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NTIS  PB-296 866 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 354p
Abstract
The document presents a description of the existing legislation/regulation framework available at the Federal, state, special purpose district, county and municipal levels of governments in the United States Great Lakes Basin for controlling the nonpoint discharges of sediments, nutrients, pesticides, and chemicals associated with urban areas, transportation corridors, extractive operations, agriculture, recreational areas, forested areas, liquid, solid and deepwell disposal areas, shoreline landfilling activities, and lakeshore and riverbank erosion. It also describes the extent of the regulatory power, the commitment to develop and undertake programs and the degree of enforcement practiced at each of the specified levels of government. Vol. II-States of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Minnesota.