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Challenges Faced and Solutions towards Conservation of Ecology Of Urban Lakes
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Author(s)
Patil Snehal, Padalia Unnati
KEYWORDS
Urban ecology, Toxic blooms, Cyanobacteria
ABSTRACT
A lake is the most beautiful and expressive feature of a landscape. It is often described as the "Eye of the Earth ". Urban lakes form vital ecosystems supporting livelihood with social, economic and aesthetic benefits that are essential for quality life.
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