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The potential to improve water quality in the middle Rio Grande through effective wetland restoration
Water Science and Technology
The Rio Grande, which forms the United States-Mexico border for much of its course, receives diverse pollutants from both urban and agricultural areas, most notably in the sister cities of El Paso (TX, USA)-Ciudad Juá rez (CHI, Mexico). This study aimed to describe regional trends in water quality in waters near the El Paso-Ciudad Juá rez metroplex and to examine the potential for water quality improvement through the use of a created wetland. Very few differences in nutrient chemistry weredoi:10.2166/wst.2010.323 pmid:20705996 fatcat:h5fgej7dajemdcx3joyhinbjmq