Aquatic Pollution

Pollution of Aquatic systems (Examples: lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers and groundwater) by large amounts of waste material that modify the water in negative fashion is termed as Aquatic Pollution. This type of ecological deprivation occurs when harmful pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into aquatic systems without removal of harmful compounds. Aquatic pollution directly leads to suffering of organisms and vegetation that survive in water, including amphibians. The main source of Aquatic pollution include Industrial waste, Mining activities, Sewage and waste water, Marine dumping, Burning of fossil fuels, Accidental Oil leakage, Global warming, Atmospheric deposition, Urban development etc.

Related Journals of Aquatic Pollution

Marine Biology & Oceanography, Oceanography: Open Access, Aquaculture Research & Development, Journal of Oceanography, Journal of Navigation, Marine Pollution Bulletin, Journal of Environmental Management.

 

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