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SECTION 4 ASSESSMENT OF NON-POINT POLLUTION AS IT RELATES TO WILDLAND MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY Identifying the relative importance of the various rela- tionships between water Quality parameters and land management activities as non-point sources of pollution reauired independent evaluation of: (1) the water Quality parameter, and (2) the land management activity.
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Forest Service. Water Quality Management covers the fundamentals of water quality; water quality modeling and systems analysis of streams, reservoirs, and estuaries; and practical water quality topics and problems. The book presents topics on the legal aspects; the physical, chemical, and biological dimensions of water quality; and water quality requirements.
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Chapter 5 Water Quality Resources Page Opportunities for Public Involvement in Nonpoint Source Control. Over the last 25 years, communities have played an important role in addressing nonpoint source (NPS) pollution, the Nation's leading source of water quality problems.
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Wildland fire smoke exposure affects a broad proportion of the U.S. population and is increasing due to climate change, settlement patterns and fire seclusion. Significant public health questions surrounding its effects remain, including the impact on cardiovascular disease and maternal health.
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