It is a concentrated concentrate of tar that has been mixed into water, or is evaporated, in very high concentrations, then dumped into the ocean and the atmosphere. It can even be sprayed on crop leaves in certain areas to help make the crops grow quicker. These are the reasons why it has caused the Great Lakes “bubble.” You’ve probably heard the term “tarsands” before. That’s the tar we are talking about here, so we’re not going to go there. When tar water is used as a fertilizer, not only does it increase soil bacteria and increase fertilizer use, but it also has a direct and detrimental effect on the ecosystem, by causing algae and phytoplankton blooms and reducing oxygen levels for plankton. If the water gets too much fertilizer, algae and phytoplankton will form in the water as a part of the waste product that’s left after plants take up the carbon dioxide. The algae die, and their decomposition releases carbon particles into the water which cause algae blooms in other areas of the lake where there was no fertilization. The nutrients released make the algae stronger, which means more nutrient run-off that can get sucked up by the organisms that are eating the algae to supply the nutrients to those that are growing plants, as opposed to the plankton which is only taking up the carbon dioxide to grow. The plankton can then do their thing and consume it and become a food source for fish, which also feeds the algae. The algae are also very important predators to many fish species including halibut, blue marlin and cod. In a large lake, they are the only food for most fish. The algae also help kill the macro algae that cause the algae blooms.
So what will happen to this concentrated tar water in the oceans? The chemicals are still going to be in the water, but in larger quantities now, and they are going to stay in the water a long time. Eventually they will get washed up on beaches, into rivers, and in waterways. You see this most clearly in the Gulf of Mexico, where they have washed up large amounts of the chemical DDT, although not in the Gulf, where DDT is no longer considered a concern. Because it’s been used to kill fish, it will continue to be in the water, just in smaller quantities. It does have a direct effect on the ecosystem, causing some fish to die or not make it past the filter, to increase algae growth, increasing the nutrient run
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