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Effect of different Land use on surface water quality (Case study: watershed Siahrood Ghaemshahr). E.E.R.. 2012; 1 (4) :21-31
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The Rivers most common sources of drinking water supply, agriculture and industry are considered as due to the different regions of admission and can pass and in direct contact with with its surroundings have many quality swings. The other hand, excessive exploitation of soil, continuous use of surface and underground water resources and sustainable use of agricultural chemicals (fertilizers and pesticides). Significant negative effects have on the environment. Human factors such as various land use changes is important factor to water resources has being physical, chemical and biological changes. These changes were generally negative and the exploitation of water resources are severely limited. This paper investigates the effect of different land uses on the quality of surface water resources are discussed.

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