The relationship of land use practices to surface water quality in the Upper Oconee Watershed of Georgia

@inproceedings{Fisher2000TheRO,
  title={The relationship of land use practices to surface water quality in the Upper Oconee Watershed of Georgia},
  author={Dwight S. Fisher and J. L. Steiner and Dinku M. Endale and John A. Stuedemann and Harry H. Schomberg and Alan Joseph Franzluebbers and Sarah R Wilkinson},
  year={2000}
}
On a watershed scale, geospatial information can be used to identify water resources that are least buffered from contamination. Implementing conservation practices at these locations may accelerate the process of increasing a watershed's ability to support its designated uses. The Upper Oconee Watershed of Georgia contains land areas devoted to poultry, dairy, and beef production. Within these historically agricultural lands, urbanization is proceeding rapidly around existing cities… CONTINUE READING