Every notable aspect of Toxic Contamination in Large Lakes is examined by known experts from every continent. Authors represent the U.S. and Canada, Argentina, Sweden, USSR, Israel, Great Britain, Japan, China, The Netherlands, Germany, Kenya, Austria. Authors represent the entire spectrum-academia, government, and industry. The first published work offer such a diverse and complete examination of this subject, it provides valuable information and data for today and tomorrow-and the basis for stimulating new research. Chapters in this work were reviewed and carefully edited, after initial presentation at the World Conference on Large Lakes held May 18-21, 1986 at Mackinac Island, Michigan. It presents a wealth of information...a resource for continued use over the years...and should do much to stimulate further study. This vital work is especially of interest to environmental scientists and toxicologists, fisheries professionals, researchers, aquatic resource managers, ecologists, biologists, chemists, and engineers. Every science or engineering library with a water interest should have this notable reference.
Table of Contents
VOLUME II: IMPACT OF TOXIC CONTAMINANTS ON FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. Fisheries Management, Water Quality and Economic Impacts: A Case Study of Lake Kinneret. Fishery Transformation on Lake Manzala, Egypt: 1920-1980. The Status of Contaminants in Great Lakes Fishes: 1963-1985. Uniting Habitat Quality and Fisheries Programs in the Great Lakes. Lake Orta (N. Italy): Recovery After the Adoption of Restoration Plans. Riverine and Other Tropical Lakes and Their Fisheries. Lake Biwa, Its Value and Relation to Tributary Streams. Effects of Contaminants Loadings on Fisheries Yields from Large Lakes. Indexes for Assessing Fish Biomass and Yield in Reservoirs. Perspectives on the Influence of Toxic Substances on Fishery Productivity. Restocking of Great Lakes Fishes and Reduction of Environmental Contaminants: 1960-1980. Fishes, Fishing and Pollution in Lake Vanern (Sweden). Health, Economics and Recreation: Balancing Fisheries Policy in Contaminated Environments. The Administration of the Fish Contaminant Program in a Decentralized State Agency. Freshwater Fisheries Management and Pollution in Britain: An Overview. Legal and Public Information Change Needed. Predicting, Validating and Monitoring Effects of Toxics on Large Lake Ecosystems. Michigan's Process for Regulating Toxic Substances in Surface Water Permits.