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Harmful algal blooms, dead zones, and fish kills are the results of a process called eutrophication—which begins with the increased load of nutrients to estuaries and coastal waters.
Eutrophication of the world's lakes will increase the emission of methane into the atmosphere by 30 to 90 percent during the next 100 years, which will increase methane emissions equivalent to 18-33 percent of annual carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels contributing to climate change.
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Water bodies are endangered by excessive richness of nutrients through agricultural & surface runoff
This surplus nutrient expedites the growth of algae blocking sunlight over period of time
Due to reduced sunlight, planktons and algaes start decomposing and absorbing oxygen from water bodies
At this point the water bodies has no oxygen and all the life forms are completely dead
Solving problems around Eutrophication (Rise in harmful algal blooms in water bodies) which affects aquatic animals and predominantly contributes to global warming and climate change.
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