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Main Title Honoring our Detroit River : caring for our home /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Hartig, John H.
Publisher Cranbrook Institute of Science,
Year Published 2003
OCLC Number 52214641
ISBN 0877370443 (pbk. : alk. paper) 0814331408 (pbk.)
Subjects Stream ecology--Detroit River (Mich and Ont) ; Detroit River (Mich and Ont)--History ; Detroit River (Mich and Ont)--Environmental conditions
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJBM  QH104.5.D48H66 2003 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 08/11/2006
Collation xiii, 234 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
American Indians at Wawiiatanong: an early American history of indigenous peoples at Detroit / George L. Cornell -- The Wyandot and the river / Kay Givens-McGowan -- The Detroit River as an artery of trade and commerce / John K. Kerr, W. Steven Olinek, and John H. Hartig -- American beaver exploitation for European chic / John H. Hartig -- Waterborne disease epidemics during the 1800s and early 1900s / John H. Hartig -- The public outcry over oil pollution of the Detroit River / John H. Hartig and Terry Stafford -- Detroit's role in reversing cultural eutrophication of Lake Erie / Jennifer Panek, David M. Dolan, and John H. Hartig -- Mercury and PCB contamination of the Detroit River / Jennifer Read, Doug Haffner, and Pat Murray -- Lessons from sentinel invertebrates: mayflies and other species / Jan J.H. Ciborowski -- Setting priorities for conserving and rehabilitating Detroit River habitats / Bruce A. Manny -- Biodiversity of the Detroit River and environs: past, present, and future prospects / James N. Bull and Julie Craves -- Preventing toxic substance problems through design and industrial control of contaminants at their source / D.C. Steinmetz and D.P. Thiel -- Watershed planning and management: the Rouge River experience / Catherine J. Bean, Noel Mullett, Jr., and John H. Hartig -- The Greater Detroit American Heritage River Initiative and the future / John H. Hartig.