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Six-year study tackles nonpoint source pollution in Louisiana watershed

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An intensive 6-year water quality study of an agricultural watershed in Louisiana should give managers there a leg up in tackling nonpoint source pollution along the Bayou Plaquemine Brule.

Land-use in the bayou’s watershed is 89 percent agricultural, producing rice, soybeans, sugarcane and crawfish. Degradation from the runoff landed the slow-moving river on the state’s list of...

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