- Words: 3674
- Length: 6 Pages
- Topic: Aquaculture
- Paper #: 15322351
Water Quality and Lake Winnipeg Watershed Management
Eutrophication is the process by which nutrients in natural waters increase, causing an overgrowth of algae. Lake Winnipeg is one lake that has been adversely affected by eutrophication. Using Lake Winnipeg as a case study, this text demonstrates the causes of eutrophication, the effects of the same on aquatic life, and ways of minimizing its overall effects.
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