Control of water pollution from land use activities in the Great Lakes Basin: An evaluation of legislative and administrative programs in Canada and the United States
This report presents a joint summary and comparative review of detailed separate studies carried out in Canada and in the United States of legislative, regulatory and administrative programs which address the control of pollution from land use activities. Principal agencies and levels of government with roles in each of nine land use categories identified by PLUARG are discussed. Comparative observations have been made with respect to the effectiveness of programs intended to prevent water pollution from land use activities.
PLUARG Task "A"