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The effect of the human activities during the development of the rural economy on Karst water in the Karst mound-through district



The effect of the human activities during the development of the rural economy on Karst water in the Karst mound-through district



Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Jiangxiensis: 6, 1126-1130



Unreasonable human activities may cause water damage to the open and vulnerable karst hydrological system in China. With the development of rural economy unreasonable human activities are on the rise. Analysis of water quality data of more than 20 years indicated that the variation of karst water quality was significantly affected by human activities.

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