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Agricultural and Resource Economics
Course Code
AREC 200
Professor
Lynch

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March 5 th Sources of N in the Chesapeake Bay In Decreasing Order: 1)Agricultural Runoff (41%) 2)Air pollution from power plants and cars (25%) 3)Discharge From Wastewater treatment plants (16%) 4)Urban and Suburban Wastewater Runoff (15%) 5)Septic (3%). ­­The more impervious surfaces, the more runoff, which leads to pollution­­­ Cities are the worst with this  Urban runoff has increased lately due to the impervious surfaces The population has been growing, more waste loads, and more development and creating  more impervious surfaces  Vehicle miles traveled is actually growing faster than the population. People are living  further away from their work nowadays. =More roads, more impervious surfaces Urban Sprawl­dispersed residential development and people are driving too much as  they are expanding outward.  vs. Smart Growth­higher density popula
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