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COTTON PRODUCTION IMPACT ON NATURAL RESOURCES DIAGRAM

COTTON PRODUCTION IMPACT ON NATURAL RESOURCES DIAGRAM

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Point Source Pollution

Point Source Pollution

Point source is a term used when it is possible to identify the source of the pollution, A stationary location or fixed facility from which pollutants are discharged; any single identifiable source of pollution; e.g., a pipe, ditch, ship, dump, factory smokestack. Read more..

Surface runoff water

Surface runoffs is a term used to describe the snow melts, or irrigation water in excess of what can infiltrate the soil surface and be stored in small surface depressions; a major transporter of nonpoint source pollutants in rivers, streams, and lakes. Read more..

Surface water

Surface water

Surface water Surface water is  the generic name used  to describe all water that are naturally open to the atmosphere (rivers, lakes, reservoirs, ponds, streams, impoundments, seas, estuaries, etc.) See water pollution in the Eco fashion dictionary...
Thermal pollution

Thermal pollution

Thermal pollution is a term refer to water quality reduction caused by increasing its temperature. The main reason for thermal pollution is waste heat from industrial power generation processes and urban hermetical closed surfaces such as parking space. Read more..

Urban runoff water

Urban runoff water Urban runoff is a term used to describe storm water from city streets and adjacent domestic or commercial properties that carries pollutants of various kinds into the sewer systems and receiving waters. See water pollution in the Eco Fashion...

Wastewater

Wastewater is a term used to describe the spent or used water from a home, community, farm, or industry that contains dissolved or suspended matter. However, wastewater is not just sewage. Defined as domestic, industrial, agricultural, and storm water flows that drain into sewage collection systems, wastewater reflects the geographic character of communities and environments. Read more..