This over consumption of oxygen, decreases the oxygen levels in the lake.
Human-induced, or cultural eutrophication, occurs on a much shorter time scale decades as a result of human disturbance and nutrient inputs.
If they take too high values?? Yep you are right; instead of that government should grow trees themselves.
In conclusion, the control and management of eutrophication is a complex problem and requires collaborative efforts of scientists, politicians, and citizens.
Much of the lakes, rivers and reservoirs of Europe, Asia and North America have eutrophication to varying degrees.
This sediment can include all types of bacteria, specimens, and animal-waste that finds its way to the water.
Fertilizers are also used widely for residential and commercial landscaping purposes.
A conscientious population is able to help in the management by denouncing undesirable activities and less likely to participate in them.