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Agriculture and Forestry

  • James W. Moore
Part of the Springer Series on Environmental Management book series (SSEM)

Abstract

Agriculture uses immense amounts of water in irrigation, which leads to competition and inevitably conflict with other water users. Although entire watersheds are regularly shaped to meet the needs of agriculture, forestry requires much less attention and water for successful production. The fact that forestry is not as important economically as agriculture accounts for some of this difference.

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Water Quality Soil Erosion Soil Loss Sediment Load Sediment Yield 
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  • James W. Moore
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  1. 1.VegrevilleCanada

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