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Fred Longstaffejoined in Jul 1, 2016
Distinguished Professor at Department of Earth Science, Western University, London, Canada.
Longstaffe has 1 break published.
Nitrogen pollution from lowlands reaches distant mountain lakes
Nitrogen is required by all living things, but too much of it can be a problem for aquatic ecosystems. Excess reactive nitrogen (nitrate and ammonium, forms that can be used directly by plants and algae) can cause lake eutrophication which can include harmful algal blooms,... click to read more
- Beth Hundey | Adjunct Research Professor & eLearning specialist at Teaching Support Centre, Western University, London, Canada
- Katrina Moser | Associate Professor at Department of Geography at Western University, London, Canada
- Fred Longstaffe | Distinguished Professor at Department of Earth Science, Western University, London, Canada
Reading time 3 min
published on Sep 21, 2016
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