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In southeast Brazil, sugarcane seems to be increasing nitrate in streams and pasture increasing suspended sediments and turbidity. Forest fragmented and restricted to the area close to water bodies are not capable to contain these impacts. These results show the importance of discuss the politic of conservation of riparian forests.
Ann. Limnol. - Int. J. Lim., 51 1 (2015) 11-21
Published online: 09 January 2015
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