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Nutrient limitation is also common in freshwater lakes. Dur'ng the 197Cs,
scientists, includ'ng David Schindler from the University of Alberta, Canada,
noted that sewage and fertilizer runoff from farms and yards added la"ge .l. 4* Q)
nts of nutrierts to lakes. In rrahy lakes, phytoplankton comrru"i'ties that had been
dominated by d'atoms or greer algae became dom'nated by cyanobacteria. This
process, known as eutrophication (fro"n the Greek eutrophos, well nourished), ...
Fish populations 1202 have declined in thousands of such lakes in Norway and
Sweden, where the pH of the water has dropped below 5.C. ln Canada, ake trout
are keystone predators 'n many lakes. '\ewy hatched lake trout die when tlre pH ...
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