Literature Review

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I need a Literature Review about environmental assessment. The literature review should be about 5 pages.

My topic is eutrophication, and I have the citation list already.

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Running head/ water eutrophication 1 Literature Review Topic-Water Eutrophication Jianan Gao Dr. Miller Environmental Assessment BIO-4479-TIAA Troy University 09/30/2018 Running head/ water eutrophication 2 Cerco, C. F., & Noel, M. R. (2013). Twenty‐one‐year simulation of chesapeake bay water quality using the CE‐QUAL‐ICM eutrophication model. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 49(5), 1119-1133. Chislock, M. F., Doster, E., Zitomer, R. A., & Wilson, A. E. (2013). Eutrophication: causes, consequences, and controls in aquatic ecosystems. Nature Education Knowledge, 4(4), 10. Daniel, T. C., Sharpley, A. N., Edwards, D. R., Wedepohl, R., & Lemunyon, J. L. (1994). Minimizing surface water eutrophication from agriculture by phosphorous management. JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION-USA-, 49, 30-30. Ding, H., & Wang, D. (2013). The evaluation method of water eutrophication based on cloud model. Acta Scientiae Circumstantiae, 33(1), 251-257. Dumestre, J. F., Casamayor, E. O., Massana, R., & Pedrós-Alió, C. (2002). Changes in bacterial and archaeal assemblages in an equatorial river induced by the water eutrophication of Petit Saut dam reservoir (French Guiana). Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 26(3), 209-221. Fontana, L., Albuquerque, A. L. S., Brenner, M., Bonotto, D. M., Sabaris, T. P., Pires, M. A., ... & Bicudo, D. C. (2014). The eutrophication history of a tropical water supply reservoir in Brazil. Journal of Paleolimnology, 51(1), 29-43. Gan, J. (2002). Clean coastal waters: understanding and reducing the effects of nutrient pollution. Journal of Environmental Quality, 31(1), 363. Jachniak, E., & Kozak, J. L. (2013). Estimating the level of water eutrophication in poraj dam reservoir based on selected methods. Ecological Chemistry and Engineering. A, 20(7-8). Running head/ water eutrophication 3 Leip, A., Billen, G., Garnier, J., Grizzetti, B., Lassaletta, L., Reis, S., ... & Westhoek, H. (2015). Impacts of European livestock production: nitrogen, sulphur, phosphorus and greenhouse gas emissions, land-use, water eutrophication and biodiversity. Environmental Research Letters, 10(11), 115004. Le, C., Zha, Y., Li, Y., Sun, D., Lu, H., & Yin, B. (2010). Eutrophication of lake waters in China: cost, causes, and control. Environmental management, 45(4), 662-668. Liu, W., & Qiu, R. (2007). Water eutrophication in China and the combating strategies. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology: International Research in Process, Environmental & Clean Technology, 82(9), 781-786. Liu, Y., Wang, Y., Sheng, H., Dong, F., Zou, R., Zhao, L., ... & He, B. (2014). Quantitative evaluation of lake eutrophication responses under alternative water diversion scenarios: a water quality modeling based statistical analysis approach. Science of the Total Environment, 468, 219-227. Matthews, M. W., & Bernard, S. (2015). Eutrophication and cyanobacteria in South Africa's standing water bodies: A view from space. South African Journal of Science, 111(5-6), 1-8. Orderud, G. I., & Vogt, R. D. (2013). Trans-disciplinarity required in understanding, predicting and dealing with water eutrophication. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 20(5), 404-415. Struijs, J., Beusen, A., de Zwart, D., & Huijbregts, M. (2011). Characterization factors for inland water eutrophication at the damage level in life cycle impact assessment. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 16(1), 59-64. Running head/ water eutrophication 4 Van Puijenbroek, P. J. T. M., Cleij, P., & Visser, H. (2014). Aggregated indices for trends in eutrophication of different types of fresh water in the Netherlands. Ecological Indicators, 36, 456-462. Yan, H., Huang, Y., Wang, G., Zhang, X., Shang, M., Feng, L., ... & Yuan, Y. (2016). Water eutrophication evaluation based on rough set and petri nets: A case study in XiangxiRiver, Three Gorges Reservoir. Ecological indicators, 69, 463-472. Yang, X. E., Wu, X., Hao, H. L., & He, Z. L. (2008). Mechanisms and assessment of water eutrophication. Journal of Zhejiang University Science B, 9(3), 197-209. Yang, Z., Liu, D., Ji, D., & Xiao, S. (2010). Influence of the impounding process of the Three Gorges Reservoir up to water level 172.5 m on water eutrophication in the Xiangxi Bay. Science China Technological Sciences, 53(4), 1114-1125. Ye, Z., Shen, Y., Ye, X., Zhang, Z., Chen, S., & Shi, J. (2014). Phosphorus recovery from wastewater by struvite crystallization: property of aggregates. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 26(5), 991-1000. Zhang, W., Jin, X., Liu, D., Lang, C., & Shan, B. (2017). Temporal and spatial variation of nitrogen and phosphorus and eutrophication assessment for a typical arid river—Fuyang River in northern China. Journal of Environmental Sciences, 55, 41-48. Zhao, L., Li, Y., Zou, R., He, B., Zhu, X., Liu, Y., ... & Zhu, Y. (2013). A threedimensional water quality modeling approach for exploring the eutrophication responses to load reduction scenarios in Lake Yilong (China). Environmental pollution, 177, 13-21. Running head/ water eutrophication Zhi, Z., Yan, L., & Jian, L. (2002). Water Eutrophication and Controls [J]. Chongqing Environmental Science, 3, 017. 5 ...
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Literature Review
Eutrophication is the process by which a water body becomes overly enriched with
minerals and nutrients. These results from the deposits of minerals and rich nutrients from rivers
into such waterbodies and runoff from various sources such as agricultural farms and industrial
plants. When this happens, plant and animal life can be richly supplied with nutrients which help
fuel their rapid growth and proliferation. When this happens, plants such as algae grow in
tremendous numbers, beyond their natural growth patterns and this results in oxygen depletion
within the bodies of water. Algal blooms and suffocation of other plant and animal life are the
results of the eutrophication achieve.
Various studies have been conducted on the topic to determine the various facets of the
matter. Scientists have conducted experiments and used simulation models to determine exactly
what contributes to eutrophication and how the enrichment of the water happens over time (Yan
et al., 2016). These types of studies are important since they helped scientists determine the
various ways that the issue can be solved effectively and how to sustainably tackle
eutrophication in a manner that is beneficial to the water ecosystem (Orderud, & Vogt, 2013).
This paper reviews the literature on the issue so as to determine what research has found on the
matter, what the gaps might be and how various scientists complement each other and possibly
conflict.
Cerco, & Noel conducted a study in which they used the CE‐QUAL‐ICM on a 21-year
simulation of the waters of the Chesapeake Bay on water quality. This model is part of a larger
one that includes a combination of various aspects such as atmospheric deposition, and various

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hydrodynamics. The researchers found that light attenuation in the water deteriorated from
approximately 1993 throughout the rest of the simulation and the significant factor, in this case,
was physical processes such as stratification and that external loads were not as important to the
water quality and composition. These findings are important as they help demonstrate and clarify
the factor that affects water quality. Rather than external loads, the scientists determined that it
was, in fact, the stratification of the solid as well as other physical factors.
On the other hand, Chislock, M. F., Doster, E., Zitomer, R. A., & Wilson (2013), noted
that eutrophication is caused as lakes age and the limiting factors for the growth of algae are
tampered with in a manner that makes them tip in favor of the algae. The authors, in this case,
agree with Cerco, & Noel in part when they note that as lakes age, sediments do form and these
lead to the stratification of the bed upon which the water lies, resulting in eutrophication.
However, their study goes ahead to indicate that the process is accelerated by h...

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