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Title: Proceedings of the first international symposium on acid precipitation and the forest ecosystem
Author: Dochinger, L.S.; Seliga, T.A.
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-23. Upper Darby, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 1,074 p.
- The acidity problem -- an outline of concepts
Odén, Svante; n, Svante
- A presentation of the Norwegian project "Acid Precipitation - Effects on Forest and Fish"
Overrein, Lars N.
- The more things change
Murphy, Earl Finbar
- An evaluation of possible mechanisms for conversion of sulfur dioxide to sulfuric acid and sulfate aerosols in the troposphere
Calvert, Jack G.
- Modeling atmospheric effects - an assessment of the problems
Fox, Douglas G.
- Long range transport of air pollutants in Europe and acid precipitation in Norway
Nordø, Jack; , Jack
- Organization of long range transport of air pollution monitoring in Europe
- Measurement of acid precipitation in Norway
- The use of ARL trajectories for the evaluation of precipitation chemistry data
Miller, John M.; Galloway, James N.; Likens, Gene E.
- Sulfur balance in power plant plumes: a critical review
Wilson, William E.
- The effect of precipitation collector design on the measured acid content of precipitation
Weibe, H. A.
- Calibration of collection procedures for the determination of precipitation chemistry
Galloway, James N.; Likens, Gene E.
- A contribution to the problem of strong acid determination in air
Klockow, Dieter; Denzinger, Helmut; Rönicke, Gerhard; nicke, Gerhard
- A method of measuring airborne acidity: its application for the determination of acid content on long-distance transported particles and in drainage water from spruces
- A mechanism for hydrochloric acid production in cloud
Yue, Glenn K.; Mohnen, Volkar A.; Kiang, C. S.
- SO2-NH3-particulate matter-H2O reaction system as related to the rainfall acidity
Esmen, Nurtan A.; Fergus, Robert B.
- Time dependence of the pH of rain
Kadlecek, John A.; Mohnen, Volkar A.
- Natural dust and acid rain
Winkler, Erhard M.
- Some considerations on the washout of sulfate from stack plumes
Peters, Leonard K.
- A sulphur budget for sour gas plants
Rowe, Richard D.
- Transport of pollutants considered from the point of view of a short and medium range-material balance
- The wash-out of emissions from the atmosphere by precipitation
Hanuka, Ladislav; Nováková, Eva; Nová, ; ková, ; , Eva
- Acidic precipitation at a site within the northeastern conurbation
Jacobson, Jay S.; Heller, Laurence I.; Van Leuken, Paul
- Chemical composition of acid precipitation in central Texas
Cooper, Hal B. H., Jr.; Demo, Jerry M.; Lopez, Jose A.
- Nutrient content of precipitation over Iowa
Tabatabai, M. A.; Laflen, J. M.
- The effect of a local source on the composition of precipitation in south-central Maine
Boyce, Scott D.; Butcher, Samuel S.
- The chemical composition of atmospheric precipitation from selected stations in Michigan
Richardson, Curtis J.; Merva, George E.
- Cooling tower influence on the rainwater pH near a major power plant
- Monitoring precipitation chemistry on the Monongahela National Forest
Currier, John B.; Aubertin, Gerald M.
- Satellite detection of smoke plumes and inadvertant weather modification
Pettyjohn, Wayne A.; McKeon, John B.
- The variability of pH in convective storms
Semonin, Richard G.
- The history and character of acid precipitation in eastern North America
Cogbill, Charles V.
- Evidence for multiple hydrogen-ion donor systems in rain
Krupa, Sagar V.; Coscio, M. R., Jr.; Wood, F. A.
- The weak acid nature of precipitation
Frohliger, John O.; Kane, Robert L.
- Hydrogen ion speciation in the acid precipitation of the northeastern United States
Galloway, James N.; Likens, Gene E.; Edgerton, Eric S.
- Hydrogen ion input to the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire, during the last decade
Likens, Gene E.; Bormann, F. Herbert; Eaton, John S.; Pierce, Robert S.; Johnson, Noye M.
- Precipitation as a chemical and meteorological phenomenon
Berlandi, Francis J.; Muldoon, Donald G.; Rosenblum, Harvey S.; Schulman, Lloyd L.
- Acid precipitation in Canada
Summers, P. W.; Whelpdale, D. M.
- Acid precipitation and its influence upon aquatic ecosystems--an overview
- Impact of acid precipitation on freshwater ecosystems on Norway
Wright, Richard F.; Dale, Torstein; Gjessing, Egil T.; Hendrey, George R.; Henriksen, Arne; Johannessen, Merete; Muniz, Ivar P.
- Lake acidification in the Adirondack Mountains of New York causes and consequences
Schofield, Carl L.
- Acidification of lakes in Canada by acid precipitation and the resulting effects on fishes
Beamish, Richard J.
- The effects of acid and particulate precipitation on phytoplankton and lake chemistry in the Sudbury region of Ontario, Canada
Stokes, P. M.; Hutchinson, T. C.
- The mixing of rain with near-surface water
Houk, Dennis F.
- Thermally stratified acid water in late winter - a key factor inducing self-accelerating processes which increase acidification
- Macrophyte succession in Swedish lakes caused by deposition of airborne acid substances
- Acid precipitation and reproductive success of Ambystoma salamanders
Pough, F. Harvey; Wilson, Richard E.
- Preliminary biochemical observations of fishes inhabiting an acidified lake in Ontario, Canada
Lockhart, W. L.; Lutz, A.
- Effects of acid-mine wastes on aquatic ecosystems
Parsons, John David
- Seasonal patterns in acidity of precipitation and their implications for forest stream ecosystems
Hornbeck, James W.; Likens, Gene E.; Eaton, John S.
- Acid precipitation and its effects on freshwater ecosystems: an annotated bibliography
Wright, Richard F.
- Acid precipitation and forest soils
Tamm, C. O.
- Potential effects of acid precipitation on soils in the humid temperate zone
Frink, C. R.; Voigt, G. K.
- Acid precipitation effects on soil pH and base saturation of exchange sites
McFee, W. W.; Kelly, J. M.; Beck, R. H.
- Acidity of precipitation as influenced by the filtering of atmospheric sulphur and nitrogen compounds - its role in the element balance and effect on soil
Mayer, Robert; Ulrich, Bernhard
- The effects of acid rainfall and heavy metal particulates on a boreal forest ecosystem near the Sudbury smelting region of Canada
Hutchinson, T. C.
- Effect of sulphur dioxide on precipitation and on the sulphur content and acidity of soils in Alberta, Canada
Nyborg, M.; Crepin, J.; Hocking, D.; Baker, J.
- Acidity of open and intercepted precipitation in forests
Baker, J.; Hocking, Drake; Nyborg, Marvin
- Chemical and biological relationships relevant to the effect of acid rainfall on the soil-plant system
- Short-term effects of a simulated acid rain upon the growth and nutrient relations of Pinus strobus, L.
Wood, Tim; Bormann, F. H.
- Sulfate mobility in an outwash soil in western Washington
Johnson, D. W.; Cole, D. W.
- Soil acidification by atmospheric pollution and forest growth
- Acidic precipitation and forest vegetation
Tamm, Carl Olof; Cowling, Ellis B.
- Some approximations for the wet and dry removal of particles and gases from the atmosphere
Slinn, W. G. N.
- Investigation on effects of the forest canopy on acid and sulfur precipitation in the Ruhr District, Germany
Knabe, W.; Günther, K. H.; nther, K. H.
- Aerosol deposition on plant leaves
Wedding, James B.; Carlson, Roger W.; Stukel, James J.; Bazzaz, Fakhri A.
- Acidity of tree bark as a bioindicator of forest pollution in southern Poland
Grodzinska, Dr. K.
- The effects of a high-stack coal-burning power plant on the relative pH of the superficial bark of hardwood trees
Grether, David F.
- Effects of simulated rain acidified with sulfuric acid on host-parasite interactions
Shriner, D. S.
- Cuticular features as indicators of environmental pollution
Sharma, G. K.
- The effects of acid rain on nitrogen fixation in Western Washington coniferous forests
Denison, Robert; Caldwell, Bruce; Bormann, Bernard; Eldred, Lindell; Swanberg, Cynthia; Anderson, Steven
- The influence of an endomycorrhizal symbiosis on nitrogen movement through soil columns under regimes of artificial throughfall and artificial acid rain
Haines, Bruce; Best, George Ronnie
- Snow as an accumulator of air pollutants
Brown, Robert T.
- Air pollution indications and growth of spruce and pine near a sulfite plant
- Effects of acids on forest trees as measured by titration in vitro, inheritance of buffer capacity in Picea abies
Scholz, F.; Reck, S.
- Etiological study of the short needle disease of pine
Wood, Francis A.; Pennypacker, Stanley P.
- Diversity in tree species in southeastern Ohio Betula nigra L. communities
Cribben, Larry D.; Scacchetti, Dina D.
- Impacts of acid precipitation on coniferous forest ecosystems
Abrahamsen, Gunnar; Horntvedt, Richard; Tveite, Bjorn
- Effects of application of sulphuric acid to poor pine forests
Tamm, C. O.; Wiklander, G.; Popovic, B.
- Radial growth and wood density of white pine in relation to fossil-fired power plant operations
Lawhon, W. T.; Woods, F. W.
- The effect of acid precipitation on tree growth in eastern North America
Cogbill, Charles V.
- Field studies of pine, spruce and aspen periodically subjected to sulfur gas emissions
Legge, A. H.; Amundson, R. G.; Jaques, D. R.; Walker, R. B.
- Developing regulatory programs for the control of acid precipitation
Berry, Michael A.; Bachmann, John D.
Description: These Proceedings report on the results of The First International Symposium on Acid Precipitation and the Forest Ecosystem which was held at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A., on May 12-15, 1975. The Symposium focused on four related topics: (1) atmospheric chemistry, transport and precipitation; and effects of acidic precipitation on (2) aquatic ecosystems, (3) forest soils, and (4) forest vegetation.
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Dochinger, L.S.; Seliga, T.A. 1976. Proceedings of the first international symposium on acid precipitation and the forest ecosystem. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-23. Upper Darby, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. 1,074 p.
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