Shifting Sands: The Restoration of the Calumet Area

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INDEX
Page numbers in italics refer to figures and tables.
Acid Rain Program, 129
Addams,Jane, 87
Adopt a Road cleanup programs, 193
air pollutants, criteria, 130–131
air pollution, 68–71; corporate reduction, 131–134; cost effective abatement, 129–130; industrial pollutants, 70; legislation, 120–121; odors, 76, 78; as sign of prosperity, 72; sources, 70, 127
Air Pollution Control Act of 1955, 120–121
Air Quality Act of 1967, 121
air quality standards: fine particulate matter, 128; ozone, 128
alewives, 164, 166–167
Alliance for the Great Lakes, 120, 124, 161, 163
Ambridge Park, 147
American Brick Company, 30, 178, 179
American Bridge Company, 62
American Steel Foundries, 78, 79, 80
Amoco, 54, 131
Anders, Bill, 117
Anderson, Gary Dean, 120
Anderson, George, 103
appliance disposal, 193
ArcelorMittal Steel Company, 59, 67, 268; and duneland habitat restoration, 268; employee walking trail, 268; pollution reduction, 132–133
Army Corps of Engineers, feasibility study, 104
Art Institute of Chicago Instructors, 87
artists, attraction of Dunes for, 97
Atlantic Richfield (ARCO), 188
Audubon societies, 87, 116, 146–147, 214, 243
Bailly,Joseph and Marie, 5; port plan, 101
Bailly Generating Station, 104
Ball, Timothy, 26, 28
Barker, Margery, 266
Barker Woods, 266, 267
Bartlett, Frederick, 96
Bartlett, Robert, 97
batteries, recycling of, 195
Bayh, Birch, 105
BEACH Act. See Beaches Environmental Assessment and Coastal Health Act (BEACH Act)
beach cleanup, 124, 147, 161, 163; monitoring and notification program, 160
Beaches Environmental Assessment and Coastal Health Act (BEACH Act), 159
BeachGuard website, 160
Beemsterboer Slag and Ballast, cleanup of, 250
Bereik, Mary, 207
Berry Lake, 53

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