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Nitrogen pollution’s path to streams weaves through more forests (and faster) than suspected

Scientists have completed one of the largest and longest examinations to trace unprocessed nitrate movement in forests. The team found that some nitrate occasionally moves too fast for biological uptake, resulting in ‘unprocessed’ nitrate bypassing the otherwise effective filter of forest biology. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/03/190315161036.htm

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