Non-point source (NPS) pollution has become a major problem in B.C. This report focuses on the actual and potential economic losses due to damage to British Columbia's aquatic environment from the following non-point sources of pollution: agriculture, stormwater, septic systems, and land development. A case study approach was used to highlight the consequences of NPS pollution.
Crane Management. 1997. Multiple Account Analyses of Non-point Source Pollution in BC: Economic Losses, Environmental Impacts, Social Impacts. BC Ministry of Environment Lands and Parks
Keywords: non-point source pollution, NPS,
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