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  • ...ral origin''' (natural eutrophication) but is often dramatically increased by '''human activities''' (cultural or [[Anthropogenic|anthropogenic]] eutroph ...l Ocean: Causes and Consequences. Front. Mar. Sci. 7: 670 </ref>. China is by far the greatest user of N fertilizer, taking 31 % of the total share. Othe
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  • ...ins, fats and carbohydrates. When '''too many''' of these '''nutrients''' (by natural or [[Anthropogenic|anthropogenic]] cause) are available in the wate ...ful phytoplankton'''. These cause harm through the production of toxins or by their accumulated biomass, which can effect co-occurring organisms and alte
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