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Author(s):DiFonzo, Tom
Title:The quiet dangers of sediment contamination to surface waters
Source:Turf Talk. Fall 2003, p. 5.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Londonderry, N.H: New Hampshire Golf Course Superintendent's Association
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Water quality; Erosion; Surface water; Water pollution; Fish; Wildlife; Environmental effects; Erosion control
Abstract/Contents:Discusses damages that can be caused to surface waters by soil, sand and other sediments. Explains that "soil and sand are a leading source of water pollution, which can degrade water quality, and fish and wildlife habitats." Discusses how seemingly harmless sediment can damage aquatic plants, insects and fish eggs. Presents tips to help prevent soil erosion to water supplies.
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DiFonzo, T. 2003. The quiet dangers of sediment contamination to surface waters. Turf Talk. p. 5.
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