I would like to add.
Not only will the lands ecosystem be decimized, the ecosystem in the
worlds oceans will be even worse of.
My fears are:
Algea will thrive, and a active upperlayer of life will be created in the
oceans. There will be a continuous "rain" of dead material from the
surface to the bottom, decomposing all the way down and using all
the oxigen from the water.
Except for the upperlayer the oceans rich ecosystem will die, and species
nobody have ever known about will dissappear.
currents that at the moment bring nutrients to coastal waters as the base
of a foodchain (algea / plankton/ fish) will in stead bring dead water to
the coasts. There are a few examples of (landlocked) seas that allready
have these (in this cases natural) 'green' surfacewater and dead below x
At the moment the agricultural phosphate surplus is also finding its way
into the ocean, Kalium is no problem in seawater, neither are other
nutrients. 'Greening' the world this way could hit back at us rather hard.
Frits v/d Laan
Gouda - Netherlands
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