Anthropogenic nutrient pollution has been identified as one of the key stressors
of coastal ecosystems. However, the paucity of long-term nutrient records limits
our understanding of both the extent of nutrient pollution as well as of the
ecological impacts. Here, using coral skeletal phosphorus (P/Ca), we reconstructed
a half-a-century record of seawater phosphate at Port Dickson, Malaysia.

Categories: Air, Kualiti, Marin
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