Acidic Precipitation: Case Studies by D. W. Johnson, S. E. Lindberg (auth.), D. C. Adriano, M.

By D. W. Johnson, S. E. Lindberg (auth.), D. C. Adriano, M. Havas (eds.)

"awareness" of the world's electorate and inspire governments to dedicate extra realization and assets to deal with this factor. The sequence editors thank the overseas panel of individuals for bringing this well timed sequence into final touch. We additionally desire to recognize the very insightful enter of the next colleagues: Prof. A.L. web page of the collage of California, Prof. T.C. Hutchinson of the collage of Toronto, and Dr. Steve Lindberg of the Oak Ridge nationwide Laboratory. We additionally desire to thank the wonderful attempt and cooperation of the amount editors in dealing with their respective volumes. The positive criticisms of bankruptcy evaluate­ ers additionally deserve a lot appreciation. ultimately, we want to express our appreciation to my secretary, Ms. Brenda Rosier, and my technician, Ms. Claire Carlson, for his or her very capable tips in a number of facets of this sequence. Aiken, South Carolina Domy C. Adriano Coordinating Editor Preface to Acidic Precipitation, quantity 1 (Advances in Environmental technological know-how) due to pioneering examine within the Nineteen Sixties and thanks to the perceived and acidic genuine environmental results defined throughout the resulting years, the phrases rain, acidic deposition, or acidic precipitation became standard within the clinical and well known literature. within the final decade, governments in the course of the global have answered to public strain and to the troubles of the medical neighborhood via setting up learn courses on nationwide and overseas scales.

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W. Johnson, and D. E. Todd. 1983. ) horizons of the chestnut-oak site, whereas SO~- concentrations actually increase slightly between the Al and B21 horizons of the yellow poplar site. These differences in SO~- mobility are due to differences in SO~- adsorption capacity (Figure 1-6), which are in tum due to differences in Fe-oxide content between the two soils (Table 1-2). The contrast in leaching rates between these two sites that receive basically the same atmospheric S inputs clearly illustrates the potential of SO~- adsorption by soil for mitigating the effects of acid deposition on soil leaching.

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Bengtson, and L. Skarby. 1980. In T. C. Hutchinson and M. Havas, eds. Acid precipitation effects on terrestrial ecosystems, 29-40. Plenum Press, New York. Grigal, D. , and R. A. Goldstein. 1971. J EcoI59:481-492. Harward, M. , and H. M. Reisenauer. 1966. Soil Sci 101:326-335. Henderson, G. , and W. F. Harris. 1975. In B. Bernier and C. H. Winget. eds. Forest soils and land management, 179-193. Les Presses de I'Universite Laval, Quebec. Henderson, G. , W. T. Swank, J. B. Waide, and C. C. Grier. 1978.

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