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- The meaning of water quality varies with the use of the water. For example, if the water is being used for irrigation purposes or if the water is being used for domestic consumption, then the required quality of the water is very different.
- Domestic water requires that the quality is such that the water is colourless, does not have any bacteria, and is not toxic.
- A colourless water is not necessarily fit for consumption.
The Effects of Landuse on Water Quality
Impact of landuse and Water Quality
Impact of lanuse on Water Quality - Pensylvania
Landuse Versus Water Quality
Landuse & Water Quality - an introduction
Water Quality Parameters
Landuse changes for Improved Water Quality
Some Water Quality Parameters
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