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"For those who love the Great Lakes and seek to understand the politics of water, this book is a must-read. It depicts the threats to the lakes and tells the story of how local leaders and citizens came together to protect the waters from diversion and manage their use for the benefit of future generations.". "Great Lakes Journey is a follow-up to William Ashworth's earlier book The Late, Great Lakes, published in Fifteen years after his first trip, Ashworth journeys to many of the same places and talks to many of the same people to examine the changes that have .
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The Late Great Lakes gives a good history of Native American and European use and abuse (most of the abuse perpetrated by the European folks) of the Great Lakes ecosystem. If you are a fisher person, this book will be interesting to you as it documents the numerous massive swings in dominant species in the lakes caused by overfishing and the introduction of non-native species over the last few by: (Great Lakes Books Series) The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes.
With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply/5. The Late Great Lakes Paperback – See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — — — Paperback Manufacturer: HarperCollins Publishers Canada, Limited. Overview The Late, Great Lakes late a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes.
With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater : Wayne State University Press. The late, Great Lakes: an environmental history User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict This compact natural history of the Great Lakes region is really a passion ate plea for an awakening to.
“The Late, Great Lakes” is not all despair. Although designed to reveal what we have lost, Ashworth’s historical accounts are quite moving. His natural history is well-researched and informative in.
The late, Great Lakes: an environmental history. [William Ashworth] -- Describes the formation late the lakes, the impact of European settlement, and their current state of pollution.
The Death and Life of the Great Lakes is prize-winning reporter Dan Egan’s compulsively readable portrait of an ecological catastrophe happening right before our eyes, blending the epic story of the lakes with an examination of the perils they face and the ways we can restore and preserve them for generations to come/5(6).
Dan Egan's book The Death and Life of the Great Lakes was distressing to read. I know these lakes. I have lived near the Great Lakes for almost 50 years. I grew up along the Niagara River and have lived 40 years in Michigan--including seven years living near Lake Michigan, three years so close I heard the sound of the waves day and night/5.
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The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes. With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply. Author William Ashworth presents a compelling history of the Great Lakes, from their formation in the Ice Age, to /5(5).
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Other Titles The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes. With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply.
There is talk, too, of utilizing Great Lakes water for agriculture in Arizona and the arid Great Plains states. Ashworth uncovers no startling new toxic threats or corporate crimes here, but the book is, if unintentionally, an interesting glimpse of how far pollution control has come in the past 20 years—and how very far it has to go.
Book Overview The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes. With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater by: The Late, Great Lakes: An Environmental History.
The Great Lakes have always had an economy based on resource extraction, notes Ashworth, author of Nor Any Drop to Drink. First it was furs, followed by lumbering, minerals and heavy industry.
The Death and Life of the Great Lakes is a nonfiction book of science journalism delving into some of the key past and present issues surrounding the ecology, politics, and commerce of the Great Lakes.
The book was published in and was the recipient of the J. Anthony Lukas Award as well as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Late, Great Lakes (Paperback) An Environmental History (Great Lakes Books) By William Ashworth. Wayne State University Press,pp.
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Great Lakes, chain of deep freshwater lakes in east-central North America comprising Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and are one of the great natural features of the continent and of the Earth.
Although Lake Baikal in Russia has a larger volume of water, the combined area of the Great Lakes—s square miles (, square kilometres)—represents the largest.The Great Lakes: An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book () noted: "Only pockets remain of the once large commercial fishery." But, water quality improvements realized during the s and s, combined with successful salmonid stocking programs, have Source: EPA.Find The Late Great Lakes by Ashworth, William at Biblio.
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