Eutrophication experience in the Laurentian Great Lakes / M. N. Charlton.: En13-5/00-86E-PDF

"The experience in controlling nutrient pollution in the Great Lakes was generally positive. Scientific predictions about the degree of phosphorus load. reduction needed were mostly accurate. Simple technologies of phosphorus precipitation and replacement of detergent phosphorus were successful. Enhanced technologies of sewage plant optimization and perhaps filtration will be needed in some areas to maximize restoration. Non-point source nutrient control has been largely driven by economics and is still a large problem. Restoration of embayments and harbours requires very stringent nutrient control. The concentration of agricultural waste from industrial type feedlots is a growing concern. The control of eutrophication appears to be an ongoing problem well into the future"--Abstract.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Environment Canada.
Canada. Water Science and Technology Directorate.
National Water Research Institute (Canada)
Title Eutrophication experience in the Laurentian Great Lakes / M. N. Charlton.
Series title NWRI contribution ; 00-86
Publication type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Digitized edition from print [produced by Environment and Climate Change Canada].
"Symposium on Lake Eutrophication and Its Countermeasure in China Dali City, Oct 25-28, 2000."
Includes bibliographical references.
Includes abstract and management perspective in French.
Publishing information Burlington, Ontario : Environment Canada, Water Science and Technology Directorate = Environnement Canada, Direction générale des sciences et de la technologie, eau, [2000]
Author / Contributor Charlton, Murray N.,author.
Description 1 online resource (4, 10 un-numbered pages) : illustrations.
Catalogue number
  • En13-5/00-86E-PDF
Subject terms Lakes
Water quality
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