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Pollutant Source Tracking - Long Swamp Creek

In April of 2001, the Bureau of Marine Water Monitoring, the Bureau of Freshwater and Biological Monitoring and the Lower Delaware Bureau of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection made a presentation showing how to track nonpoint source pollutant and also some corrective actions that can be taken to begin to address nonpoint pollutant sources once identified.  Slides from that presentation are provided below by topic.  The presentation can be viewed by clicking on each topic listed below in sequence.

Defining the Problem and Identifying the Impairment
Historical Land Use
Identify Potential Pollutant Sources
Monitoring - Source Identification
Microbial Indicators - Refining Source Identification
Corrective Actions to Reduce or Eliminate the Sources
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