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point source pollution pollution that enters water from specific location and can be controlled or treated before enter water
euthrophication natural process that ultimately turns a lake info dry land overtime through on increase in sediment nutrients and organisms
turnover mixing of surface water during part w/ bottom water circulating oxygen and nutrients throughout a lake
nutrients substances in food- proteins carbon hydrates fats vintamins minerals and wate r+ provide energy + materials for cells develop growth and repair cpompunds such as nutrients that r released intop lake water used by plants algae and some plankton growth
nonpoint source pollution pollution that enters water from large are and cannot be traded to single area
wetlands area of land covered by water during part of the year and recongnize by types of soils and plants that grow here
Created by: jahleel_simmons