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Carbon dioxide is a colorless, odorless gas. Why is it considered a pollutant? (1 point)It gets into natural waters and kills fish. It promotes algal growth in natural waters. It causes respiratory illness in humans. It increases the warming of the atmosphere.
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The nutrient availability of aquatic ecosystems is the: amount of nitrogen, oxygen and other elements dissolved in the water.
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Protecting an entire ecosystem ensures that (1 point)captive breeding programs will succeed. existing parks and reserves will expand. governments will set aside land. interactions among many species will be preserved.
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