What is the Primary Effect of Excess Phosphorous in the Aquatic Environment Called?

  1. Radiation
  2. Fixation
  3. Nitrification
  4. Eutrophication
Manish Listener Asked on 20th October 2015 in Chemistry.
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    Answer: (4) Eutrophication

    The primary effect of excess phosphorous in the aquatic environment called eutrophication. It is a natural process and this process consists in an aging lake or pond as that body of water gradually build up. 

    It is a common phenomenon in freshwater ecosystems and. It is really a part of the normal aging process of many ponds.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 20th October 2015.
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