Many stakeholders recognize the Great Lakes ecosystem as an international natural resource that has been altered by human activities and climate variability. These alterations have led to degraded water quality, diminished habitat, smaller native fish and wildlife populations, and a changed ecosystem. In response, the federal governments of the United States and Canada and the U.S. state and Canadian provincial governments in the Great Lakes basin are implementing several restoration activities. These activities range from mitigating the harmful effects of toxic substances in lake waters to restoring fish habitat.
Date of Report: February 9, 2015
Order Number: IF10128
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