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199. Eutrophication of Rivers and Canals

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This Environmental Studies Factsheet:
• Defines the term eutrophication.
• Explains why students get mixed up and lose marks because they describe the consequences of eutrophication (when they are only asked for the definition. What it is and what happens next are different things).
• Describes the causes of eutrophication.
• Describes the ecological and economic effects of eutrophication.
• Describes ways of reducing and treating eutrophication.

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April 2015

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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