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External inputs as a contributor to eutrophication problems
Jickells, T. (2005). External inputs as a contributor to eutrophication problems, in: Mills, D.K. et al. (Ed.) Contrasting approaches to understanding eutrophication effects on phytoplankton. Journal of Sea Research, 54(1): pp. 58-69
In: Mills, D.K.; Gowen, R.J. (Ed.) (2005). Contrasting approaches to understanding eutrophication effects on phytoplankton. Journal of Sea Research, 54(1). Elsevier: Amsterdam. 1-124 pp., more
In: Journal of Sea Research. Elsevier/Netherlands Institute for Sea Research: Amsterdam; Den Burg. ISSN 1385-1101, more
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    Eutrophication; Ground water; Nitrates; Phosphorus; Rivers; Marine

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  • Jickells, T.

Abstract
    This review considers the nature and relative importance of atmospheric, groundwater and riverine inputs of nitrogen, phosphorus and silicon, and how these influence coastal eutrophication pressures. The effect of modification of riverine fluxes within estuaries is also discussed. The extent of the perturbation of these fluxes by human activity is considered along with possible future changes in the fluxes.

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