PLEASE ANSWER WILL MARK BRAINLIEST AND 5 STAR AND THANK!!Land used for agriculture adds fertilizer byproducts to water runoff. These byproducts include sulfates, phosphates, and nitrogen. As agriculture expands south of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, predict the impact on the biodiversity in the Everglades National Park, which is marsh and swamplands.


These compounds will combine into larger molecules as they interact in the nitrogen cycle and become food for fish and other animals, increasing biodiversity.

The water cycle will remove excess fertilizer naturally through evaporation, with no impact on biodiversity.

Nitrogenous compounds will be recycled into carbon compounds to create new organisms and increase biodiversity.

Higher amounts of nitrogenous compounds will increase algal blooms, leading to less available oxygen in the water, and decrease biodiversity.


Trees & water will grow based off sunlight and water. sunlight gives it energy

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Nitrogenous compounds will be recycled into carbon compounds to create new organisms and increase biodiversity.


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