1. Missisquoi Bay - An International Partnership Towards Restoration.- 2. Reflections on the Relationships between Scientific Research and a Watershed Approach to Water Management: The Case of the Missisquoi Bay Watershed Corporation.- 3. A Preliminary Investigation into the Possible Emission Sources for Atmospheric Mercury Found in the Lake Champlain Basin.- 4. Effectiveness of Agricultural Best Management Practices in Reducing Phosphorous Loading to Lake Champlain.- 5. Zebra Mussel Monitoring in the Richelieu River: A Fruitful Interaction between Scientific Research and Public Involvement.- 6. Water Quality Improvements Following Riparian Restoration in Two Vermont Agricultural Watersheds.- 7. Temporal and Spatial Variability in Non-Point Source Phosphorus in Relation to Agricultural Production and Terrestrial Indicators: The Beaver Brook Case Study, Pike River Basin, Quebec.- 8. A Benefit-Cost Framework to Evaluate the Impact of Legislation Supporting Reduction of Agricultural Pollution at the Watershed Level.- 9. Importance of Hydric Soils and Near-Lake Areas as Phosphorus Source Areas in the Lake Champlain Basin: Evidence from a Landscape-Level Model.- 10. Using a Landscape Approach to Interpret Diffuse Phosphorus Pollution and Assist with Water Quality Management in the Basins of Lake Champlain (Vermont) and Lac Leman (France).- 11. Status and Trends of Phosphorus in Lake Champlain and Its Tributaries, 1990-2000.- 12. A Landscape Scale Evaluation of Phosphorus Retention in Wetlands of the Laplatte River Basin, VT, USA.- 13. The Occurrence of Cyanobacterial Toxins in Lake Champlain.- 14. Where Have All the Rotifers Gone? Zooplankton Community Patterns in Lake Champlain, 1992-2001.- 15. Use of GIS and Remote Sensing to Develop Indicators of Phosphorus Non-Point Source Pollution in the Pike River Basin.- 16. Influence of Substrate Composition on Distribution of Eastern Sand Darters (Ammocrypta Pellucida) in the Poultney River.- 17. Lakebed Pockmarks in Burlington Bay, Lake Champlain: I. Hydrodynamics and Implications of Origin.- 18. Lakebed Pockmarks in Burlington Bay, Lake Champlain: II. Habitat Characteristics and Biological Patterns.- 19. Hydrodynamics of the South Main Lake and South Lake, Lake Champlain.- 20. A Review of Vorticity Waves in Lakes.
This monograph presents the proceedings of the 2002 Spring Symposium sponsored by the Lake Champlain Research Consortium, hosted by the Missisquoi Bay Watershed Corporation. The book examines this common body of water shared by Canada and the US, and summarizes knowledge of the dynamics of this system with a primary focus on land use, water management, and bridging the gap between researchers and the public.
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