GREEN BAY IN THE FUTURE-A REHABILITATIVE PROSPECTUS

@inproceedings{Harris1982GREENBI,
  title={GREEN BAY IN THE FUTURE-A REHABILITATIVE PROSPECTUS},
  author={Henry John Hayden Harris and Daniel R. Talhelm},
  year={1982}
}
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Persons participating in the Green Bay Workshop are listed below. Many contributed text to the report and are indicated by an asterisk. to obtain background information on the stresses. Finally, we wish to thank Clifford Mortimer and the Board of Technical Experts of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission for helpful review and advice on the final manuscript. Support of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission is gratefully acknowledged. The University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute… CONTINUE READING

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