Dennis S. Painter

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The Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement stipulates that the Governments of Canada and the United States are responsible for restoring and maintaining the chemical, physical and biological integrity of the waters of the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem. Due to varying mandates and areas of expertise, monitoring to assess progress towards this objective is(More)
Industrial site development can result in substantial impacts to water quality and quantity. While permitting requirements may reduce impacts, they are limited in addressing longterm cumulative and operational impacts from the changes in land uses and cover. Many of these developments occur within watersheds containing impaired waters across the Southeast.(More)
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