Dr Britta Schaffelke

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Coastal areas around the world are under increasing pressure by human population growth, intensifying land use and urban and industrial development. As a result, increased loads of suspended sediment, nutrients and pollutantssuch as pesticides and other chemicals enter coastal waters and can lead to a decline in estuarine and coastal marine water quality, manifested as eutrophication and increased water turbidity.

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