Nonpoint source pollution is a major environmental concern characterized by pollution that does not stem from a single, identifiable source. Instead, it originates from multiple, widespread sources, making it more challenging to control and manage. This type of pollution is primarily caused by rainfall or snowmelt moving over and through the ground, collecting pollutants along the way and depositing them in various water bodies.
The pollutants in nonpoint source pollution vary widely and include:
Nonpoint source pollution significantly impacts water quality, aquatic ecosystems, and public health. It can lead to:
Managing nonpoint source pollution requires a combination of regulatory approaches, best management practices (BMPs), and public education. Key strategies include:
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