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Nonpoint Pollution Caused by the Agriculture and Livestock Activities on Surface Water in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico

By Hugo Ernesto Flores López, Celia De La Mora Orozco, Álvaro Agustín Chávez Durán, José Ariel Ruiz Corral, Humberto Ramírez Vega and Víctor Octavio FuentesHernández

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Hugo Ernesto Flores López, Celia De La Mora Orozco, Álvaro Agustín Chávez Durán, José Ariel Ruiz Corral, Humberto Ramírez Vega and Víctor Octavio FuentesHernández (October 24th 2012). Nonpoint Pollution Caused by the Agriculture and Livestock Activities on Surface Water in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, Resource Management for Sustainable Agriculture Peeyush Sharma, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/51203. Available from:

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