Eutrophication occurs if there is a build-up of nutrients (like nitrogen) in an ecosystem resulting in a boom in primary productivity (like algae growth) which in turn causes a reduction in oxygen available. Dead zones are caused by eutrophication.
Eutrophication is an increase in chemical nutrient concentations in eco-systems to such an extent that it increases the productivity level of that eco-system. Too much eutrophication can have adverse effects such as a decrease in biodiversity and too much toxicity.
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