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The evolving role of the federal government in the management of Lake Michigan
(The University of Michigan Sea Grant Program, 1972)
Identified in this report are ten major human uses of Lake Michigan in need of more commprehensive public management, and the federal governmentnulls role in the comprehensive management of these resource uses is described. ...
Hydrology and Land Use in Grand Traverse County, Michigan
(U.S. Geological Survey, 1990)
Glacial deposits are the sole source of ground-water supplies in Grand Traverse County. These deposits range in thickness from 100 to 900 feet and consist of till, outwash, and materials of lacustrine and eolian origin. ...
Grand Traverse Bay in the Great Lakes Basin: A History of a Changing Area
(Sea Grant Program, University of Michigan, 1971)
To establish an historical framework and foundation for the University of Michigannulls Sea Grant ecological and societal research in the Grand Traverse Bay area, we commissioned Lisa Colby, research librarian and ...
The First 30 Years: Preserving and Protecting Lake Bellaire, Clam Lake, and Torch Lake and Their Connecting Waterways
The Three Lakes Associationnulls By-Laws provide in part that the Association is: "To do all things and to take such actions as may be necessary or desirable to protect and preserve the environment of the THREE LAKES ...
Reconvening of the third session of the Conference in the Matter of Pollution of Lake Michigan and Its Tributary Basin in the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan. [Proceedings] Volume 1
(Environmental Protection Agency, Water Quality Office, 1971)
Leelanau Conservancy Report of the Leelanau Watershed Council: Water Quality Monitoring Program (A Synthesis of Data from 1990 through 1995)
Data collections from 1990 to the present have permitted "trophic status" determinations for the major lakes of Leelanau County (Leelanau, Glen, Little Traverse, Lime, and Cedar). Trophic status is a reflection of the ...
The Water Quality of North Lake Leelanau: A Shoreline Algal Survey
The Shoreline algal (cladophora) survey identified 53 cladophora . growths, the majority of which we suspect are related to leaching septic systems or excessive lawn fertilization. Most growths were small, indicating a ...
Carrying Capacity of North Lake Leelanau
Carrying capacity Is the number of boats that can use a lake at any onetime with minimal environmental damage, to the lake and provide safe and enjoyable recreational use. The Planning & Zoning Center of Lansing, Michigan ...
Chlorophya data, dates and levels recorded in the year 1992.
Proceedings : third session, reconvened in workshop sessions : September 28, 29, 30, October 1, 2, 1970, Chicago, Illinois : Conference, Pollution of Lake Michigan and Its Tributary Basin
(U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Federal Water Quality Administration, 1971)