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He was named regional vice president of PHLY in 1986 and managed the Great Lakes area in addition to New England and New York.
This important investment to clean up Lake Simcoe and South-eastern Georgian Bay is part of the Government s Action Plan for Clean Water, which includes projects like the clean-up of contaminated sediment in Great Lakes Areas of Concern, and action on pollution in Lake Winnipeg.
Environmental Protection Agency remove Presque Isle Bay from the list of Great Lakes Areas of Concern.
5) shows the X2a haplotype in the Great Lakes area, not along the West Coast.
The recent cold spell in the East and Great Lakes area is consistent with the winter forecast which calls for colder seasonable weather at the beginning and end of the winter with warmer temperatures dominating what climatologically is supposed to be the coldest part of the season.
In his market, "Obsolete and construction scrap seems to be flowing pretty fair; we're not overwhelmed, but it's not bad," the Great Lakes area recycler remarks.
The second two-day conference in March 2007 concentrates on the Great Lakes area of Africa which includes the nations of Rwanda, Burundi, and Uganda as well as areas of Congo, Tanzania, and Kenya.
Now, however, investigators have documented a significant skewing of the human sex ratio in a population located in a heavily polluted Great Lakes area [EHP 113:1295-1298].