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New Zealand watersheds show the dirt on logging and grazing

The Hoteo River in Indonesia is brown with suspended sediment in this photograph from 2012. Scientists are working to determine how water quality problems in the country relate to land use. 
Image Credit: Jason Julian

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Grazing animals and logging trees in New Zealand could affect water quality there, according to scientists working to determine how water quality problems in the country relate to land use. The results could help guide water-friendly policy in New Zealand and other parts of the world, according to Jason Julian, a geographer at Texas State University.

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