Regional agricultural practices and their potential for land and water contamination
The objectives of this research were threefold. The first objective was to characterize agricultural land use and management practices and land resource conditions in the Canadian portion of the Great Lakes Basin. The second objective is to incorporate data from a wide range of sources into one consistent spatial framework for analysis, classification and reporting of more detailed results. The third objective was to explore procedures to extrapolate field research to surrounding areas where conditions are similar.