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Eutrophication experts often have experience working with materials science, materials engineering, meteorology, wildlife, wind, fisheries, ocean circulation, plant sciences, botany, environmental science, zooplankton, conservation, biodiversity, phytoplankton, aquaculture, ocean acidification, estuaries, ecosystem, geology, soil science, coastal engineering, environmental remediation, hydrogeology, toxicology, toxic exposure, toxicity, sediment transport, climatology, wetlands, erosion, geoengineering, analytical chemistry, engineering geology, and other scientific and environmental disciplines. Eutrophication is often caused by manmade pollution entering various bodies of water, such as fertilizers, sewage, detergents, and other types of waste and chemicals. Several environmental rules and regulations have been implemented as a means of decreasing land runoff into the ocean and avoiding future eutrophication.
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