land-sea interface of the Great Lakes states of the United States

legal problems arising out of multiple use and conflict rights and interests. A marine environment legal research project - Great Lakes states by Albert H. Garretson

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    Statementby Albert Garretson for National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering Development.
    ContributionsNational Council on Marine Resources and Engineering Development (U.S.)
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