Ecological Benefits of Contaminated Sediment Remediation in the Great Lakes Basin

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Prepared by the SedPAC of the International Joint Commission’s Great Lakes Water Quality Boar, this report examines ecological effects of contaminated sediment, sediment contamination and remediation in the Great Lakes, measurements of ecological benefits, and also presents advice to managers and researchers on future evaluation of ecological effectiveness of sediment remediation.