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Scientists monitor inland water nutrients

China Daily | Updated: 2018-10-12 07:53

Chinese scientists have developed a new remote-sensing approach to assess nutrient levels in inland waters.

Scientists from the Key Laboratory of Digital Earth Science at the Chinese Academy of Sciences assessed the nutrient levels of 2,058 large inland water bodies around the world using data gathered from remote sensing in the summer of 2012.

During the assessment, they analyzed spatial distribution and produced a nutrient map of the world's large inland water bodies.

Scientists monitor inland water nutrients

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