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Mitigation of eutrophication from agricultural runoff: the case of the agricultural region of Moungo in Cameroon

International Journal of Hydrology
Abanda Well Victorien Bienvenu,1 Martha Eneke Munongo2


Eutrophication is one of the harmful phenomena which affects continental water (rivers, lakes, springs, etc.) due to the injection of N and P. If it is easy to manage point source pollution, non-point source pollution still represents a challenge. Management practices such as tillage technics, fertilizer management, and wetlands appear as solutions to remove N and P from runoff water.


eutrophication, fertilizer, tillage, runoff water, P and N