Edited By: Charles T Driscoll
248 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Series of papers summarizing the results of experiments to investigate the application of calcium carbonate (limestone) to upland and wetland forests as a strategy to mitigate the acidity of lakewater and improve fisheries.
The Experimental Watershed Liming Study: Comparison of Lake and Watershed Neutralization Strategies; C.T. Driscoll, et al. Effects of Watershed Liming on the Soil Chemistry of Woods Lake, New York; V.L. Blette, R.M. Newton. Forest Soil Solutions: Acid/Base Chemistry and Response to Calcite Treatment; R.G. Geary, C.T. Driscoll. Watershed Liming Effects on the Forest Floor N Cycle; J.A. Simmons, et al. Peat and Solution Chemistry Responses to CaCO3 Application in Wetlands Next to Woods Lake, New York; J.B. Yavitt, T.J. Fahey. The Impacts of a Watershed CaCO3 Treatment on Stream and Wetland Biogeochemistry in the Adirondack Mountains; C.P. Cirmo, C.T. Driscoll. Effect of Whole Catchment Liming on the Episodic Acidification of Two Adirondack Streams; R.M. Newton, et al. Comparison of Brook Trout Reproductive Success and Recruitment in an Acidic Adirondack Lake Following Whole Lake Liming and Watershed Liming; C.L. Schofield, C. Keleher. The Effects of Liming an Adirondack Lake Watershed on Downstream Water Chemistry. Effects of Liming on Stream Chemistry; D.A. Burns. Application of the Integrated Lake-Watershed Acidification Study Model to Watershed Liming at Woods Lake, New York; V.L. Blette, R.M. Newton.
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