Humans have accelerated the eutrophication process in many lake regions, as the export of limiting nutrients, such as phosphorus and nitrogen compounds, to lakes has increased. Direct nutrient inputs include sewage, domestic detergents and industrial waste.
Reavie, Euan D, Smol, John P. 1997. Paleolimnological Assessment of the Eutrophication History of Tyhee Lake, British Columbia (April 1997). BC Ministry of Environment Lands and Parks
Keywords: Paleolimnological Assessment, Eutrophication, Tyhee Lake
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