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Nutrient Pollution Drives Frog Deformities By Ramping Up Infections, Says CU-Boulder study
September 24, 2007
High levels of nutrients used in farming and ranching activities fuel parasitic infections that have caused highly publicized frog deformities in ponds and lakes across North America, according to a new study led by the University of Colorado at Boulder.
University of Colorado at Boulder
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