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Preserving Water Quality: Challenges and Opportunities for Technological and Policy Innovations

Nutrient pollution refers to water quality damages caused to water resources by various forms of nitrogen and phosphorous,which are essential nutrients for living organisms. Water pollution problems occur when the concentrations of these nutrients are elevated to harmful levels by human activity. Examples of this activity include densely populated urban areas, intensive agricultural production, and substantial energy
production from fossil fuels.

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