Reducing marine eutrophication may require a paradigmatic change.

@article{Desmit2018ReducingME,
  title={Reducing marine eutrophication may require a paradigmatic change.},
  author={Xavier Desmit and Vincent Thieu and Gilles Billen and Francisco Campuzano and Val{\'e}rie Duli{\`e}re and Joseph P. Garnier and Luis Lassaletta and Alain M{\'e}nesguen and Ramiro Neves and Lu{\'i}s Abeg{\~a}o Pinto and Marie Silvestre and Jo{\~a}o Lu{\'i}s Sobrinho and Genevi{\`e}ve Lacroix},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2018},
  volume={635},
  pages={
          1444-1466
        }
}
Marine eutrophication in the North-East Atlantic (NEA) strongly relies on nutrient enrichment at the river outlets, which is linked to human activities and land use in the watersheds. The question is whether human society can reduce its nutrient emissions by changing land use without compromising food security. A new version of Riverstrahler model (pyNuts-Riverstrahler) was designed to estimate the point and diffuse nutrient emissions (N, P, Si) to the rivers depending on land use in the… CONTINUE READING
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