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Project Overview

Full Title
Investigation of effects of land-use and land-use change on water-quality of small streams in the Treyburn Development of the Falls Lake Watershed

 Treyburn Development in Durham County

Cooperating Agencies
City of Durham

Project Chief
Jason M. Fine

Period of Project

Science Topic:
Increased Population and Water Resources


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Effects of land-use change on water-quality in the Treyburn Development of the Falls Lake Watershed

This project was completed in 2013. These pages are for historical purposes only.

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