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Section 319 Nonpoint Source Program Success Story, North Carolina: Agricultural Management Strategy Reduces Instream Nutrients

EPA Number: 841F06003D
Date of Publication:June, 2006
Pages:2
AudienceAdult Public, industry, Regulated Community, Scientific Community, State and local government

Available from:
WEBhttp://www.epa.gov/owow/nps/Success319/state/pdf/nc_tar.pdf
This document promotes the success of the Nonpoint Source Program in reducing the level of nitrogen and phosphorus in the waters of the Tar Pimlico Estuary, a waterbody that is affected by excessive use of fertilizer.

Keywords:
Ground Water
Surface Water/Watersheds
Water Quality Protection
Water Pollution/Pollutants
Agriculture
Agricultural Runoff
Animals
Best Management Practices (BMPs)
Chlorophyll
Disease
Erosion
Erosion Control
Estuarine Environment
Estuary
Fertilizer
Industrial Plants
Nitrogen
Nitrogen Loads
Nonpoint Source Pollution
Nonpoint Sources
North Carolina
Nutrient
Nutrient Loading
Phase II
Phosphorous
Phosphorous Removal
Point Sources
State
Strategy
Stresses
Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDLs)
Point Sources
Point Source Pollution
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Watershed
Watershed Strategy


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