Study role of climate change in extreme threats to water quality

@article{Michalak2016StudyRO,
  title={Study role of climate change in extreme threats to water quality},
  author={Anna M. Michalak},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2016},
  volume={535},
  pages={349-350}
}
Record-breaking harmful algal blooms and other severe impacts are becoming more frequent. We need to understand why, says Anna M. Michalak. growing problem, limiting resources for drinking, domestic use, food production and recreation, as well as harming ecosystems. The types and causes range from excess nutrients feeding harmful algal blooms and hypoxic ‘dead zones’, to bacterial, viral and chemical contamination, to pollution by personal-care products and pharmaceuticals. Cases of extreme… CONTINUE READING
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