Sewage effluent in rivers may be significant source of greenhouse gas

Rivers contaminated with sewage effluent may be an important source of the powerful greenhouse gas nitrous oxide, according to a study by US scientists.1 Nitrate-rich run-off from farmland may also be contributing to the emissions. The findings may force a revision of official greenhouse gas emission inventories and controls.

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