Some Canadian lakes are turning into jelly

A photo from open sources

New research by scientists from the University of Cambridge (UK) shows how acid rain leads to explosive increase in jelly-like plankton population a certain type that threatens to clog filter systems drinking water. Photos from open sources. Such precipitation causes a decrease. the calcium content in the soil around the lakes, which in turn kills plankton such as Daphnia, and breeding their “competitors” – Holopedium. Photos from open sources As a result, many of the lakes in Canada, Ontario in particular, which are sources of 20% drinking the waters in the country now look like bowls full of jelly.


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