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Trouble On the Pamlico


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The decline in water quality of the Pamlico River and Sound, the second largest estuary in the country, threatens fish populations and the livelihoods of many fishermen. Two major industries using the lands along the water system are agriculture and forestry. Both contribute to the estuary's problems. Taylor examines the sources of the pollution, both nonpoint and point, and what can be done to control them.
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