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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 7, Number 3, September 2002

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Using bald eagles to indicate the health of the Great Lakes' environment
pp. 183-187(5)
Authors: Bowerman, William W.; Roe, Amy S.; Gilbertson, Michael J.; Best, David A.; Sikarskie, James G.; Mitchell, Rachel S.; Summer, Cheryl L.

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Modelling the impact of historical land uses on surface-water quality using groundwater flow and solute-transport models
pp. 189-199(11)
Authors: Wayland, Karen G.; Hyndman, David W.; Boutt, David; Pijanowski, Bryan C.; Long, David T.

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Development and use of a wetlands information system for assessing wetland functions
pp. 207-216(10)
Authors: Wolfson, Lois; Mokma, Del; Schultink, Ger; Dersch, Eckhart

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Assessing environmental change through chemical-sediment chronologies from inland lakes
pp. 217-230(14)
Authors: Yohn, Sharon S.; Long, David T.; Fett, Joel D.; Patino, Lina; Giesy, John P.; Kannan, Kurunthachalam

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Great Lakes' contaminants reduce sperm production and fertilizing ability in mice
pp. 231-239(9)
Authors: Chou, Karen; Lin, Chang-Yi; Huang, Andrew; Inglis, Rochelle; Lin, Shirley

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Effects of plant community composition and exposure to wave action on invertebrate habitat use of Lake Huron coastal wetlands
pp. 255-269(15)
Authors: Burton, Thomas M.; Stricker, Craig A.; Uzarski, Donald G.

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Forecasting and assessing the impact of urban sprawl in coastal watersheds along eastern Lake Michigan
pp. 271-285(15)
Authors: Pijanowski, Bryan C.; Shellito, Bradley; Pithadia, Snehal; Alexandridis, Konstantinos

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William David Williams (21 August 1936 − 26 January 2002)
pp. 287-287(1)
Author: Jørgensen, Sven Erik

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