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Air Pollution and Vegetation ICP Vegetation Annual Report 2006/2007

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By: H Harmens(Author), Gerard Mills(Author), F Hayes(Author), L Jones(Author), D Noris(Author), J Fuhrer(Author)
37 pages, illustrations, tables
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Air Pollution and Vegetation describes the recent work of the International Cooperative Programme on effects of air pollution on natural vegetation and crops (ICP Vegetation), a research programme conducted in 35 countries in the UNECE region. Reporting to the Working Group on Effects of the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution, the ICP Vegetation is providing information for the revision of international protocols to reduce air pollution problems caused by, for example, ground-level ozone, heavy metals and nitrogen.

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By: H Harmens(Author), Gerard Mills(Author), F Hayes(Author), L Jones(Author), D Noris(Author), J Fuhrer(Author)
37 pages, illustrations, tables
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