alexa Nitrogen pollution: an assessment of its threat to amphibian survival

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Nitrogen pollution: an assessment of its threat to amphibian survival

The potential for nitrate to affect amphibian survival was evaluated by examining the areas in North America where concentrations of nitrate in water occur above amphibian toxicity thresholds. Nitrogen pollution from anthropogenic sources enters bodies of water through agricultural runoff or percolation associated with nitrogen fertilization, livestock, precipitation, and effluents from industrial and human wastes.

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