Nonpoint source pollution, environmental quality, and ecosystem health in China: introduction to the special section.

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The rapid economic and industrial growth of China, exemplified by a 10-fold increase in its gross domestic product in the past 15 years, has lifted millions of its citizens out of poverty but has simultaneously led to severe environmental problems. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 2.4 million deaths in China per year could be… (More)
DOI: 10.2134/jeq2011.0170

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@article{Zhang2011NonpointSP, title={Nonpoint source pollution, environmental quality, and ecosystem health in China: introduction to the special section.}, author={Minghua Zhang and Jian-Ming Xu}, journal={Journal of environmental quality}, year={2011}, volume={40 6}, pages={1685-94} }