Wetlands reduce nitrate pollution in rivers and streams five times more efficiently than land-based mitigation strategies

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(Natural News) Nitrate pollution comes from the nitrate used in crop fertilizers that goes to rivers and streams through drainage systems and agricultural ditches. High concentrations of nitrate in rivers and streams can be toxic to ecosystems and human health, as they may contaminate drinking water. As a result, a team of researchers from the…

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