Human_Impacts

Human_Impacts - successive trophic levels of a food web...

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Human Impacts
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Eutrophication-Nitrogen Cycle rapid growth of algae in bodies of water, due to high levels of nitrogen and often phosphate
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Eutrophication
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Biological Magnification process by which pollutants become more concentrated in
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Unformatted text preview: successive trophic levels of a food web Ozone Degredation Global Warming Green-house effect Aquatic pH decrease How can increase in carbon dioxide decrease pH? Carbonic acid - CO2 + H2O H2CO3...
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