What causes eutrophication?

Eutrophication is primarily caused by nutrient-rich effluents mainly due to the presence of nitrates and phosphates coming from runoff of agricultural lands, industries and houses. Due to the increased availability of nutrients there occurs excessive growth of plants and algae.

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