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Isotopes help trace the origin of urban water pollution in Mauritius

14 mei 2019

Agricultural activities, illegal sewage disposal and animal breeding could be among the sources of nitrogen pollution in urban waterways around Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius, according to preliminary findings of an IAEA-supported study using isotopic techniques.

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