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Exceedance of modern background fine-grained sediment delivery to rivers due to current agricultural land use and uptake of water pollution mitigation options across England and Wales



Exceedance of modern background fine-grained sediment delivery to rivers due to current agricultural land use and uptake of water pollution mitigation options across England and Wales



Environmental Science & Policy 61: 61-73




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DOI: 10.1016/j.envsci.2016.03.017


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