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Drainage basin nutrient inputs and eutrophication: an integrated approach
(Book; Bok, 2005-01-06)
Eutrophication is an increase in primary production due to increased nutrient supply and its consequences. In its widest sense eutrophication means any increase of nutrient availability that increases primary production. Frequently, however, eutrophication is understood exclusively as the consequence of nutrient input by anthropogenic activities. The primary consequence of eutrophication in aquatic ...
Fisheries economics and management
(Book; Bok, 2011-05)