This issue of LakeLine is focused on the theme of shoreline management and the articles focus on the benefits of a natural shoreline to humans, to lake quality and to aquatic biota; and how to convert a hardened shoreline into a soft one. The articles in this issue include:
- “Littoral Habitat at Developed and Undeveloped Sites in Vermont” – Kellie Merrill & Eric Howe
- “Effects of shoreline urbanization on aquatic-terrestrial coupling in lakes” – Tessa Francis
- “Experiences to Convert Hardened Shoreline Surfaces in Reston, VA” – Larry Butler
- “Wisconsin Shoreline Restoration Project” – Patrick Goggin et al.
- “Workhorse species” – Patrick Goggin
- “Policies (and results) to Encourage Shoreline Management in Indiana” – Jeremy Price
- “Measuring Bathymetry and Aquatic Plant Abundance” – Mark Hoyer
Minimum order of 20 copies. Supplies are limited.
Thanks to Philip Forsberg, North American Lake Management Society, for the information.