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Human activity is slowly killing the world’s rivers, study illustrates ...
By Loek Schreurs - October 14, 2021
Unfortunately, Human activity that causes problems for ecosystems is nothing new. This new study shows how river systems and water quality is affected by mining, agriculture, industry, and other human activities. It is again an urgent call to take action now before these ecosystems are damaged even more.

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