Nutrients from submarine groundwater discharge, such as the nitrogen that comes from septic systems and fertilizers dumped on lawns, also fertilize microscopic marine plants, creating floating fields of green algae.
What does SGWD stand for?
SGWD stands for Submarine Groundwater Discharge
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But as scientists become more aware of the large volume of submarine groundwater discharge in some locations, they're figuring out how to detect and measure the phenomenon.
Predisposition to disease, and beyond Groundwater mining and structural mining of the aquifer system result in hydrologic perturbations such as the interception/diversion of pristine, low-salinity, low-nutrient submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) of constant temperature.