Massive fish kill highlights hidden risks from nutrient pollution

The Environment Agency has concluded that the mysterious deaths of 145,000 fish in an East Anglian watercourse last year was caused by excessive nutrient levels. Agency researchers believe the most likely mechanism was a massive increase in toxin-producing bacteria following an algal bloom. They suspect the toxins are a common cause of fish kills in enriched waters.

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