Eutrophication of freshwater and marine ecosystems

Limnology and Oceanography
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Initial understanding of the links between nutrients and aquatic productivity originated in Europe in the early 1900s, and our knowledge base has expanded greatly during the past 40 yr. This explosion of eutrophication-related research has made it unequivocally clear that a comprehensive strategy to prevent excessive amounts of nitrogen and phosphorus from entering our waterways is needed to protect our lakes, rivers, and coasts from water quality deterioration. However, despite these very significant advances, cultural eutrophication remains one of the foremost problems for protecting our valuable surface water resources. The papers in this special issue provide a valuable cross section and synthesis of our current understanding of both freshwater and marine eutrophication science. They also serve to identify gaps in our knowledge and will help to guide future research.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Eutrophication of freshwater and marine ecosystems
Series title Limnology and Oceanography
DOI 10.4319/lo.2006.51.1_part_2.0351
Volume 51
Issue 1 part 2
Year Published 2006
Language English
Publisher Wiley
Contributing office(s) San Francisco Bay-Delta, Toxic Substances Hydrology Program, Pacific Regional Director's Office
Description 5 p.
First page 351
Last page 355
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