Differences in Opinions about Surface Water Quality Issues in the Southern United States: Implications for Watershed Planning Process

Differences in Opinions about Surface Water Quality Issues in the Southern United States: Implications for Watershed Planning Process

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Borisova, T., Useche, P., Smolen, M., Boellstorff, D., Sochacka, N., Calabria, J. 2013. Differences in Opinions about Surface Water Quality Issues in the Southern United States: Implications for Watershed Planning Process. Natural Sciences Education. Volume 42, Number 1. Pages 104-113

Plan, planning, surface water, water quality, watershed

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/nse/articles/42/1/104?highlight=&search-result=1

These researchers assessed the various effects of socio-demographic status on opinions about water quality, agricultural and urban pollution sources, and nutrient and pathogen pollution issues in the southern United States.

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