Pictures, Graphs and Tables from the Report


Figure 1. (click on figure to enlarge)

Figure: Major Urban Areas within the Great Lakes Basin

Figure 2. Potential Pathways for Waterborne Pathogens
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Table 1. Factors associated with the risk of new pathogens and impacts on water quality and health in the Great Lakes basin
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Table 1
(Adapted from IJC 2003, Priorities Report)19

Figure 3. Factors Affecting the Viability Along Transport Pathways ( click on figure to enlarge )

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Table 2. Waterborne Pathogens, Associated Illnesses, and the Source of Wastes ( the table is divided into two parts, click on a section to enlarge the top or bottom. )

Table 2, part A Table 2, part B
Adapted from Swimming in Sewage, Table 1 Waterborne Pathogens (NRDC 2004)39

Table 4 (Pacyna and Pacyna) ( click on table to enlarge )

Table 2 (Pacyna and Pacyna)

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