Hypertrophication: the good and the bad sides. Consequences to global warming
Oct11

Hypertrophication: the good and the bad sides. Consequences to global warming

It is a well known that the excess amount of nutrients (especially because of algae) in the waters are known as hypertrophication/eutrophication. The water condition with unbalance nutrients caused algal blooming. In fact, the composition of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and silicon (Si) should be 16:1:1. Therefore, the imbalance proportion of these substances lead to an alteration of plankton succession process. N and P are important...

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