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Contribution to water pollution from agricultural and urban sources in the Coachella Valley

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J. J. Oertli, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering, University of California
G. R. Bradford, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering, University of California

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California Agriculture 27(7):4-6.

Published July 01, 1973

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The increased awareness of environmental qualities has made it desirable to obtain quantitative data on the contributions of agricultural and urban sources to water pollution. For this reason an investigation was initiated in the Coachella Valley on (1) the chemical composition of drainage water from cropped fields under various agricultural managements and (2) the effluents from the Indio sewage treatment plant.

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Contribution to water pollution from agricultural and urban sources in the Coachella Valley

J. J. Oertli, G. R. Bradford
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Contribution to water pollution from agricultural and urban sources in the Coachella Valley

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Authors

J. J. Oertli, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering, University of California
G. R. Bradford, Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 27(7):4-6.

Published July 01, 1973

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The increased awareness of environmental qualities has made it desirable to obtain quantitative data on the contributions of agricultural and urban sources to water pollution. For this reason an investigation was initiated in the Coachella Valley on (1) the chemical composition of drainage water from cropped fields under various agricultural managements and (2) the effluents from the Indio sewage treatment plant.

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