Using GIS to Inform and Manage Water Quality Improvement Actions
Using GIS to Inform and Manage Water Quality Improvement Actions (Number of pages: 1) (Publication Size: 3290KB)
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|Description||The process of improving water quality is complex and involves interpreting large amounts of data. This poster generally describes how these GIS assets are used to get from the identification of a polluted water body, to understanding where the pollution comes from, and then connecting the point and non-point sources of pollution to regulatory actions for cleanup.|
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|Keywords||GIS, poster, pollution prevention|
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