Nonpoint Source Pollution Programs: Assessing Methods and Behavioral Effectiveness

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Nonpoint Source Pollution Programs: Assessing Methods and Behavioral Effectiveness

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Title: Nonpoint Source Pollution Programs: Assessing Methods and Behavioral Effectiveness
Author: Ryan, Clare; Ise, Jennifer; Wolf, Kathleen
Abstract: This fact sheet describes a research project looking into intervention programs and how they can encourage adoption of behavior changes to accomplish specific water quality objectives. The fact sheet will outline the objectives of the research, the participants, what will be learned, and how this will create practical methods to change individual behavior to reduce nonpoint source pollution.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/17083

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