NASA-modified precipitation products to improve USEPA nonpoint source water quality modeling for the Chesapeake Bay.

@article{Nigro2010NASAmodifiedPP,
  title={NASA-modified precipitation products to improve USEPA nonpoint source water quality modeling for the Chesapeake Bay.},
  author={Joseph Nigro and David Toll and Ed Partington and Wenge Ni-Meister and Shihyan Lee and Ang{\'e}lica L. Guti{\'e}rrez-Magness and Ted Engman and Kristi Arsenault},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2010},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={1388-401}
}
The USEPA has estimated that over 20,000 water bodies within the United States do not meet water quality standards. One of the regulations in the Clean Water Act of 1972 requires states to monitor the total maximum daily load, or the amount of pollution that can be carried by a water body before it is determined to be "polluted," for any watershed in the United States (Copeland, 2005). In response to this mandate, the USEPA developed Better Assessment Science Integrating Nonpoint Sources… CONTINUE READING

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