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Title: Healthy Waters, Strong Economy: The Benefits of Restoring the Great Lakes Ecosystem PDF
Url: https://www.brookings.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/0904gleiecosystem...
Creator: Anderson, Soren
Austin, John C.
Courant, Paul N.
Litan, Robert E., 1950-
Publisher: Brookings Institution. Metropolitan Policy Program.
Description: With good reason, there is a great deal of concern about the future of the Great Lakes. Collectively, these bodies of water account for 90 percent of the United States' and 20 percent of the world's surface fresh water. Beyond that crucial fact, the Great Lakes represent an enormous economic and cultural resource to the region. Here, the Brookings Institution's own John C. Austin, Soren Anderson, Paul N. Courant, and Robert E. Litan crafted this 16-page paper which addresses the benefits of restoring the Great Lakes ecosystem. The report begins by outlining the major elements of the restoration strategy, and it also details the costs of cleaning and preserving the ecosystem. It's a thoughtful and well-laid out report, and policymakers and others will want to take a look at their findings.
LC Classification: Geography. Anthropology. Recreation -- Maps -- By region or country -- America. Western Hemisphere -- North America -- Great Lakes Aggregation
Geography. Anthropology. Recreation -- Physical geography -- Hydrology. Water -- Ground and surface waters -- Lakes. Limnology -- By region or country -- United States -- By spring, river, etc., A-Z -- Great Lakes
Science -- Microbiology -- Microbial ecology -- By type of environment -- Water. Aquatic microbiology -- Freshwater
Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Biology (General) -- Ecology -- Special aspects of the subject as a whole, A-Z -- Restoration ecology
Science -- Natural history. Biology -- Natural history (General) -- Nature conservation. Landscape protection. Biological diversity conservation. Endangered species and ecosystems (General). Habitat conservation. Ecosystem management. Conservation biology
GEM Subject: Science
Health
Science -- Ecology
Social studies
Social studies -- Economics
Health -- Environmental health
Key Concept: Ecology -- Conservation
Date Issued: 2007-09
Resource Type: Overviews
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Format: pdf
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Language: English
Access Rights: Free access
Source: Scout Archives
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