Water Quality for Fisheries: Stormwater Pollution

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Water Quality for Fisheries:

Stormwater Pollution

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Coastal Carolina Riverwatch and the Industry Working Group (made up of commercial and recreational fisheries representatives) have identified Stormwater pollution as one of the top five water quality concerns that impact coastal NC fisheries.

Due to rapid growth in coastal areas, increased construction, and the draining of wetlands, the amount of impervious surfaces has increased tremendously in coastal North Carolina.

Contaminants from Stormwater include, but are not limited to sediment, nutrients, and bacteria.

READ MORE about Stormwater impacts to water quality and what coastal fishing communities have prioritized as solutions.

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