Non-Point Source Pollution
"Non-Point Source Pollution" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Water pollution from a variety of diffuse sources carried over or through the ground and into water sources such as LAKES; RIVERS; WETLANDS; coastal waters; and GROUNDWATER. Such diffuse sources include roadways and parking lots (GASOLINE; HEAVY METALS; and motor oil), lawns or agricultural land (excess FERTILIZERS, livestock excrement, and PESTICIDES), landfill seepage, and construction sites (chemicals and trash used in construction processes).
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- Non-Point Source Pollution
- Non Point Source Pollution
- Pollution, Non-Point Source
- Source Pollution, Non-Point
- Nonpoint Source Pollution
- Pollution, Nonpoint Source
- Source Pollution, Nonpoint
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