eutrophication

Eutrophication vs Hypoxia - What's the difference?

eutrophication | hypoxia |


As nouns the difference between eutrophication and hypoxia

is that eutrophication is (agriculture) the process of becoming eutrophic while hypoxia is (pathology) a condition in which tissues (especially the blood) are deprived of an adequate supply of oxygen; anoxia.

Eutrophication vs Nitrification - What's the difference?

eutrophication | nitrification |


As nouns the difference between eutrophication and nitrification

is that eutrophication is (agriculture) the process of becoming eutrophic while nitrification is the act of nitrifying.

Eutrophication vs Biomagnification - What's the difference?

eutrophication | biomagnification |


As nouns the difference between eutrophication and biomagnification

is that eutrophication is (agriculture) the process of becoming eutrophic while biomagnification is (biology) the process, in an ecosystem, in which a higher concentration of a substance in an organism is obtained higher up the food chain.

Algae vs Eutrophication - What's the difference?

algae | eutrophication |


As nouns the difference between algae and eutrophication

is that algae is (alga) while eutrophication is (agriculture) the process of becoming eutrophic.

Estuary vs Eutrophication - What's the difference?

estuary | eutrophication |


As nouns the difference between estuary and eutrophication

is that estuary is coastal water body where ocean tides and river water merge while eutrophication is (agriculture) the process of becoming eutrophic.

Eutrophic vs Eutrophication - What's the difference?

eutrophic | eutrophication |


As nouns the difference between eutrophic and eutrophication

is that eutrophic is (medicine) a eutrophic medicine while eutrophication is (agriculture) the process of becoming eutrophic.

As an adjective eutrophic

is (agriculture|of a body of water) being rich in nutrients and minerals and therefore having an excessive growth of algae and thus a diminished oxygen content to the detriment of other organisms.