Alex O. Schwarz

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In 2004, a massive die-off of the aquatic macrophyte Egeria densa occurred in a Ramsar wetland in southern Chile. In 2004, a pulp mill started its operations upstream from the wetland. Chlorate, a chemical compound found in pulp mill effluent, was one of the suspected causes of the observed ecosystem-level changes. The hypothesis was that high(More)
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