Examines the baseline ecological conditions of the Great Lakes and offers a plan for the area's environmental protection and restoration. Demonstrates how a restoration program can provide economic benefits that substantially exceed its costs.
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Title: America's North Coast: A Benefit-Cost Analysis of a Program to Protect and Restore the Great Lakes
Publication date 2007-09-01
Publication Year 2007
, John C. Austin
, Paul N. Courant
, Robert E. Litan
North America / United States (Great Lakes Region)
, north coast
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