22 Determinants of Water Quality 2

22 Determinants of - Blue-green algae phytoplankton Nitrogen and Phosphorus Agriculture Wastewater Discharge Urban Runoff Stimulation of Primary

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Point and Non-Point Pollution Example
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Superior Michigan Erie Ontario Huron
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Shallowest of the Great Lakes average depth = 62 feet agriculture Largest population density of Great Lakes Detroit Cleveland Buffalo
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Heavy Metals Point and Non-Point Source Pollution Industrial Chemicals Petroleum Nutrients Pesticides
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Non-point Source Pollution
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Unformatted text preview: Blue-green algae phytoplankton Nitrogen and Phosphorus Agriculture, Wastewater Discharge, Urban Runoff Stimulation of Primary Productivity Point Sources lip papillomas Petroleum Organic Chemicals Heavy Metals Pesticides Cuyahoga River Fire (1969) Petrochemicals...
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course SWS 2007 taught by Professor bonczek during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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22 Determinants of - Blue-green algae phytoplankton Nitrogen and Phosphorus Agriculture Wastewater Discharge Urban Runoff Stimulation of Primary

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