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Wet-weather flow management in the Great Lakes Areas of Concern



Wet-weather flow management in the Great Lakes Areas of Concern



Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 39(4): 319-330



Under the Government of Canada's Great Lakes Program, the Great Lakes Sustainability Fund and its predecessor programs (the Great Lakes Cleanup Fund and the Great Lakes 2000 Cleanup Fund) were established to implement cleanup actions and strategies that would contribute to the restoration of beneficial uses in environmentally degraded areas (known as Areas of Concern) in the Great Lakes basin.

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