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Aquatic Effects of Acid Deposition

By: TJ Sullivan
373 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
Aquatic Effects of Acid Deposition
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Since the completion of the initial phase of the U.S. National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program in 1990, many new, significant, more refined studies have been completed and published. Aquatic Effects of Acid Deposition: Recent Advancements in the State of the Science summarizes and synthesizes these major advancements, especially those topics that are directly relevant to policy making. It offers complete coverage of recent findings that have substantiated, deepened, modified, or in some cases, revolutionized scientific understanding in different areas of environmental research.

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Introduction. Background and Approach. Chronic Acidification. Extent and Magnitude of Surface Water Acidification. Chemical Dose-Response Relationships and Critical Loads. Episodic Acidification. Nitrogen Dynamics. Experimental Manipulation Studies.Predictive Capabilities. Case Study: Adirondack Park, New York. Case Study: Class 1 Areas in the Mountainous West. Conclusions and Future Research Needs. References.

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By: TJ Sullivan
373 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
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