The Eutrophy Solution emanates from a Systems Theory scientific paradigm. This forsakes a reductionist approach that is focused on physical parameters and symptoms in favor of a holistic approach that articulates the systemic mechanisms by which eutrophic degradation of the aquatic biome takes place.
So the key point of departure in developing the Eutrophy Solution is obtain clarity about what changes in system Attractors drive eutrophication and how change at the Attractor level can be implemented in order to reverse this.
Because the effect of these changes manifests in the Nutrient Cycle as changes in Biomass production it is critical that The Eutrophy Solution is architected on the metabolic biochemistry of Biomass formation. This means the solution must emanate from the Biotechnology domain.
The Eutrophy Solution effects two definitive transformations in system Attractors by achieving destratification and reoxygenation of the water column. The consequences of this are to
- Eliminate anaerobic benthic zones that are conducive to cyanobacteria proliferation and domination
- Negate the ability of cyanobacteria to navigate up and down a stratified water column in order to dominate nutrient uptake
- Create aerobic conditions down into the sediment, facilitating aerobic digestion of sediment organics thus depleting nutrient stockpiles
- Re-establish an aerobic environment that supports a productive biodiverse Food Chain
- Mobilize nutrients to sustain a robust Food Chain thus creating a Nutrient Cycle that performs in favor of maintaining water quality
When these changes in system dynamics and the biochemistry of the Nutrient Cycle are established and sustained all other benefits with regard to water quality follow naturally.
Furthermore, the remediated aquatic biome is imbued with “inertia to disruption”, but this is now inertia to eutrophication due to the resilience imparted from the Eutrophy Solution.
For specific evidence of the effectiveness of The Eutrophy Solution browse The Eutrophy Solution In Action.