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Eutrophication is always the result of human activity. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

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SybilLipani69

The answer to the question is false. While human activities are responsible for much of the eutrophication seen in bodies of water, it is not responsible for ALL of them. One example can be seen in stagnant water. Stagnant water collects more nutrients than moving water. The collection of nutrients from any source of stagnant water can cause an overgrowth or algae or phytoplankton, causing eutrophication.

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