The Dynamic Great Lakes is a history of changes in the Great Lakes ecosystems through natural forces and through changes caused by people, especially in the last two hundred years.
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The book gives readers an understanding of how these five lakes and their connecting waters work to enable them to make good decisions about the lakes.
Readers are encouraged to think globally and act locally to improve the lakes. The book is empowering because it shows how others have succeeded in correcting some mistakes made in the past.
The review of this Book prepared by Barbara Spring