Nonpoint Source Water Pollution

Naveen Adusumilli, khester, West, Lisa  |  3/22/2005 9:05:06 PM

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Nonpoint source water pollution is water pollution that does not come out of the end of a pipe. It occurs when rainfall or irrigation water runs over lands or through the ground, picks up pollutants and deposits them into bayous, rivers, lakes and coastal waters or introduces them into ground water. (PDF format only)
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