Nonpoint Source Pollution Control & Land Useby William Whipple, Jr., Nonpoint Source Control, NJ DEP, United States,
Abstract: Nonpoint source pollution control requires dealing with city, suburban and rural activities, and controlling pollution either at source, by detention basin quality control or by treatment of runoff. New forms of land use planning featuring clustered development may require different solutions for waste disposal and nonpoint source control.
Subject Headings: Nonpoint pollution | Water pollution | Runoff | Detention basins | Land use | Soil pollution
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