Eutrophication and agriculture
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Background information on Eutrophication
Eutrophication happens when large amounts of nitrates enter coastal waters. As a result, plants and phytoplankton (microscopic plants) grow very quickly. Some forms of phytoplankton (blue green algae) have toxic components which pollute the water. Other phytoplankton sink to the sea floor when they die and decompose. In large quantities this reduces the oxygen in the water. With less oxygen other marine life, such as fish cannot survive.
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