Why are Nitrogen runoffs threatening rivers?



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    High levels of Nitrogen can make streams more acidic. An overabundance of any one nutrient in any environment is a threat to a balanced ecosystem. But the overabudance of nitrogen is especially harmful to “acid-sensitive” sites, these areas where buffering capacity is low nitrogen runoff releases aluminum from the soil into the waterways.

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