In dryland African regions, limiting wildlife water access can reduce water quality

Water-dependent wildlife populations in sensitive African dryland regions need continued access to limited surface water resources—even as human development increases in these areas—because restricting access and concentrating wildlife populations along riparian regions can impact water quality and, potentially, human health, according to Virginia Tech research published this week in the journal PLOS ONE.

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In dryland African regions, limiting wildlife water access can reduce water quality


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