Sedimentation in Pond or Lake

Question: How can sedimentation affect a pond or lake?

Answer: “Excess sedimentation is a storage point and a creator of phosphorous. Phosphorous is a main element for undesirable algae growth. Sediment can also limit capacity of retention ponds, which defeat the purpose of their design."

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