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GLIN==> TEACH Great Lakes: Water Pollution in the Great Lakes



TEACH Great Lakes has released a new module for August, 2001 in the
Pollution section:

Water Pollution in the Great Lakes @
http://www.great-lakes.net/teach/pollution/water/water1.html
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We define water pollution as a change in the chemical, physical and
biological health of a waterway due to human activity. Ways that humans
affect the quality of the Great Lakes water include sewage disposal,
toxic contamination through heavy metals and pesticides, overdevelopment
of the water's edge, runoff from agriculture and urbanization, air
pollution, and more.


About TEACH Great Lakes
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The Education And Curriculum Homesite (TEACH Great Lakes), the education
component of the Great Lakes Information Network, advances Great
Lakes-related educational materials to the broad audience of educators
and students in the Great Lakes region and beyond. You can find TEACH
Great Lakes on the web at http://www.great-lakes.net/teach/ .


For More Information...
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If you have any comments or would like more information on TEACH, please
contact Christine Manninen ( manninen@glc.org ) or Jonathon D. Colman (
jcolman@glc.org ).


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