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The heart of the lakes : freshwater in the past, present, and future of southeast Michigan

Dempsey, Dave 1957- (author.).

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Kirtland Community College Library QH 105 .M5 D46 2019 30775305549967 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781948314046
  • ISBN: 1948314045
  • ISBN: 9781948314053
  • ISBN: 9781948314060
  • ISBN: 9781948314077
  • Physical Description: print
    xviii, 130 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: East Lansing : Greenstone Books, [2019]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-130).
Formatted Contents Note: Where the water came from -- The headwaters -- Metropolis bound -- The heart of the lakes -- Downriver -- A water legacy.
Summary, etc.: "The water corridor that defines southeast Michigan sits at the heart of the world’s largest freshwater ecosystem, the Great Lakes. Over forty-three trillion gallons of water a year flow through the Detroit River, providing a natural conduit for everything from fish migration to the movement of cargo-bearing one thousand–foot freighters, and a defining sense of place.  But in both government policies and individual practices, the freshwater at the heart of the lakes was long neglected and sometimes abused. Today southeast Michigan enjoys an opportunity to learn from that history and put freshwater at the center of a prosperous and sustainable future. Joining this journey downriver in place and time, from Port Huron to Monroe, from the 1600s to the present, provides insight and hope for the region’s water-based renaissance" - Amazon.com
Subject: Lake ecology Michigan
Fresh water Michigan
Michigan Environmental conditions
Great Lakes (North America) Environmental conditions
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