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Eric Freedman is Knight Chair, Director of the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, and Professor of Journalism at Michigan State University, USA. He also won a Pulitzer Prize in Journalism. Mark Neuzil is Professor of Communication and Journalism at University of St Thomas, Minnesota, USA.
1. Introduction: Examining the terrain Part I: Habitat, conservation, and restoration 2. The dam dilemma for fisheries management in the Great Lakes 3. Irrigation in the Great Lakes Basin: prospects and conflicts 4. Artificial reefs and reef restoration in the Laurentian Great Lakes Part II: Extinction & survival 5. Georgian Bay, Lake Huron: turtles and their wetland habitat in a changing landscape 6. Framing extinction: Societal attitudes toward the passenger pigeon in editorials and opinion pieces 7. Recovering the ecology of fear: Cascading effects of gray wolf predation and competition in a Great Lakes Basin forest 8. Linear corridors and predator movement dynamics in the Great Lakes Basin Part III: Pollution, climate change, and invasive species 9. Toxicants in the Great Lakes: living with a toxic legacy while managing for chemicals of emerging concern 10. Water quality in the Great Lakes: Interactions between nutrient pollution, invasive species, and climate change 11. Emerald ash borer, black ash, and Native American basketmaking: Invasive insects, forest ecosystems and cultural practices Part IV: Public Policy 12. Legislating the Great Lakes: socially constructing water through congressional discourse 13. Conservation authorities in Ontario: key players in the governance of invasive and endangered species 14. Citizen engagement, interpretation, and resource management in the Great Lakes Basin 15. 7 Indigenous principles for successful cooperation in Great Lakes conservation initiatives Part V: Conclusions 16. Through the crystal ball