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U of Minnesota study finds algae fixes may trigger more lake pollution

Published 10/11/2013

A new University of Minnesota study says cutting phosphorus in lakes reduces algae blooms and improves water quality but can lead to an unintended consequence: too much nitrogen in lakes.

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