Reducing how much nitrogen enters a lake has little impact on algal blooms, find Canadian scientists

Lakes suffering from harmful algal blooms may not respond to reduced, or even discontinued, artificial nitrogen loading.Many blue-green algae responsible for algal blooms can fix atmospheric nitrogen dissolved in the water, and therefore water stewards should focus their efforts on removing phosphorus from lakes to combat algal blooms.

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