Worldwide loss of phosphorus due to soil erosion quantified for the first time

Friday, September 11, 2020 - 10:00 in Earth & Climate

Phosphorus is essential for agriculture, yet this important plant nutrient is increasingly being lost from soils around the world. The primary cause is soil erosion. The study shows which continents and regions are most strongly affected.

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