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Eutrophication Natural process that ultimately turns a lake into dry land over time through an increase in sediment, nutrients, and organisms.
Nutrients Compounds, such as nitrates, that are released into lake water and used by plants, algae, and some plankton for growth.
Turnover The mixing of surface water with bottom water, circulating oxygen and nutrients throughout a lake.
Wetlands Area of land covered by water during part of the year and recognizable by the types of soils and plants that grow there.
Nonpoint Source Pollution Pollution that enters water from a large area and CANNOT be traced to a single location.
Point Source Pollution Pollution that enters water from a specific location and CAN be controlled or treated before it enters a body of water.
Created by: Jordan_Pentland