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why has poor water quality become a problem and how human activities have contributed to the problem.

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  1. Poor water quality has become a problem due to contamination of the drinking water from aquifers. Humans have contributed to that problem because of land fills, waste water run off from feed lots, pig farms, and chicken farms, etc.

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