Nutrient air pollution refers to a kind of air pollution in which nutrition, commonly nitrogen and phosphorus, are current in a large concentration that is harmful to ecosystems. Nutrient air pollution is generally a difficulty in aquatic ecosystems, such as streams, rivers, bays, and lakes. It is specifically an difficulty of concern in lakes and somewhat shut or contained bays, like the Chesapeake bay. Nutrient air pollution is brought on generally by the more than-use of fertilizers in agriculture, or by waste from animal farming functions. The negative effects of this air pollution are to disrupt, injury, or wipe out aquatic ecosystems, which generally can have negative environmental impacts, by destroying fishing industries.

This write-up provides a short overview of nutrient air pollution, including its will cause in agriculture and its effects on waterways and fishing industries. The write-up concludes with some concrete recommendations of what can be finished to stop this variety of air pollution, and equally for farmers.