Pollutants from aerosols and river runoff are changing the marine phosphorus cycle in coastal seas, finds study

New research into the marine phosphorus cycle is deepening our understanding of the impact of human activities on ecosystems in coastal seas. The research, co-led by the University of East Anglia, in partnership with the Sino-UK Joint Research Centre at the Ocean University of China, looked at the impact of aerosols and river runoff on microalgae in the coastal waters of China.

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