Control of water pollution from land use activities in the Canadian Great Lakes Basin: An evaluation of legislative, regulatory and administrative programs
This report is a study of government activity with respect to controlling water pollution from non-point sources (or land uses) in the Canadian Great Lakes Basin. It examines the legislation, regulations and non-statutory programs which are being - or which could be - used to control this form of pollution. It identifies the principal agencies and government levels with roles in this area, and offers an evaluation of control efforts and policies to date.
PLUARG Task "A"