The correct answer is: False.
Non-point source pollution refers to every element of pollution resulting from more than one source - such as sediment, fertilizers, oil, bacteria, etc... -, contrary to point source pollution, which involves pollution coming from a single source. Given this evident definition, it wouldn't be possible to trace non-point source pollution to one specific source.
answer: the answer is b
explanation: i just took this quiz last week
true or false i put false...