Opinion Article - Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation (2022) Volume 6, Issue 2
Assessing the impact of chemical pollution on ecosystem.
In some cases, chemical contamination can kill populations of advantageous species that support environments, like bees. When long-term presentation to chemical pollutants cause local species within an ecosystem to die, the area experiences a loss of diversity and becomes more powerless to intrusive and undesirable species. However, although current monitoring strategies aim to distinguish the presence and size of environmental impacts, they give little information on the causes of an biological system impedance. In fact, approaches to establish causal links between chemical contamination and impacts on the environmental status of uncovered sea-going frameworks are generally missing or ineffectively depicted and established.Author(s): Jiaqi Lautz