Effects of nutrient pollution in marine ecosystems are compounded by human activity

Nutrient pollution in the oceans caused by human activity can significantly impact marine life. The process results in an explosion of plant and algal life in the sea that disrupts delicate marine ecosystems and destroys marine habitats. However, a new review highlights that the problem can be exacerbated by other human actions, such as climate change. The article proposes an integrated solution that involves ecosystem management and includes practical steps to reduce nutrient pollution.