Proceedings of a conference on land use and the Chesapeake Bay

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1985
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Virginia Cooperative Extension Service
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The inflow of land-based pollutants has decreased productivity of the Chesapeake Bay. Better land-use management practices can improve the service-providing capacity of the bay. Specific approaches to management of pollutant sources are discussed. Solutions to some institutional, ethical, and legislative issues are presented for action on both the individual and collective level in a series of 15 papers.

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