Publications

Newsletter Archives
This quarterly newsletter published by the Great Lakes Commission responds to information needs of soil erosion and sediment control professionals throughout the Great Lakes Basin.

Proceedings: Sediment Reduction in the Great Lakes Basin: A Strategic View
This document contains proceedings and outcomes from the March 2, 2004 workshop.

Where the Land Meets the Water: Soil Erosion and Sedimentation in the Great Lakes Basin – Great Lakes Commission Brochure
A color brochure on the various types of erosion and sediment that occur in the Great Lakes Basin.

Great Lakes Basin Program for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control – Great Lakes Commission Brochure
A four page color brochure providing general information on the Great Lakes Basin Program for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control.

Keeping It on the Land! – Great Lakes Commission Booklet
This booklet highlights soil erosion and sedimentation problems in the Great Lakes Basin, examines their environmental and economic implications, reviews current programs, and identifies agencies and organizations that can provide advice and assistance.

Annual Reports of the Great Lakes Basin Program for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control

Ohio Lake Erie Buffer Program Strategic PlanLake Erie Buffer Team
This document organizes strategies to better incorporate conservation buffers into available conservation reserve programs in the Lake Erie basin.

Proceedings: Keeping it on the land… and out of the water!
Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Opportunities for the Great Lakes Basin @ Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 16-18, 1998
This document contains text from the keynote speakers, abstracts of the break-out sessions, and contact information for presenters and attendees at the conference.

Great Lakes Dredging Team Publications
This page provides links to a variety of dredging publications from entities such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Great Lakes Commission and others.

Review of In-stream Nonpoint Source Control Methodologies to Reduce Erosion and Sedimentation and Abate Phosphorus Loadings to the Great Lakes
This report presents a comprehensive literature review of innovative in-stream best management practices used throughout the United States and Canada to reduce nonpoint source pollution and phosphorus loadings, including constructed wetlands, riparian buffers, reactive materials, scrubber boxes, bed load interception technology, and two-stage ditches. Information is provided on the costs, effectiveness, and successful implementation of these technologies.