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GIS (Geographical information system) We investigated the relationships between land use and water quality for 18 rivers in Wakayama prefecture, western Japan. Nonpoint-source pollution was identified in the northern and central parts of Wakayama prefecture and is likely related to the low coverage of residential sewerage systems. Elevated levels of nonpoint-source pollution in the central areas are correlated with orchard cultivation and result from crop-specific differences in fertilizationdoi:10.4157/ejgeo.10.1 fatcat:o6lwt44mjrfsfnuugwi6ws6mki