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Runoff decomposition wind bringing in material wind

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Unformatted text preview: und)- still has algal blooms from fertilizer from lawns etc that get in there- also urban storm runoff- brings ntrients and pesticides with it- the buildup of nutrients over time in a body of water- most nat ecosystems in water have low amounts of nutrients coming into it- slow runoff, decomposition, wind bringing in material, wind erosion- small amount- little spurts of eutrophication, but over time, will fill of sediments- most lakes do this- natural eutrophication is 10k years- sulfur dioxide- produced through coal plants, farmers use fertilizer- or used as preservative for fruit- compare trends of water or air quality- improved in developed world, improved in some of developing world- in some you can drink the water, but most not possible ecosystems and wetlands- everything up to this what are the various ways to heat up the atmosphere climate graphs- albido, more less clouds, more greenhouse gasses, global dimming from sulfate particles and aerosols, outline scientific method and use it to assess the probs of what we are doing with ozone depletion- treaties, why first arctic ozone hole this...
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