The cranberry industry is the pillar industry of the Wareham Region. Cranberry cultivation has a long history in this area. However, cranberry cultivation, which almost becomes a cultural symbol, has brought much more pain points to the local ecology and economy.
The cranberry industry cannot be separated from water use. The nitrogen fertilizer used in agricultural production thus flows into the natural water bodies, bringing about serious water eutrophication. Meanwhile, for convenient water intake and management, the behaviours of building dams and reducing the river
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