5 edition of Mechanisms of forest response to acidic deposition found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Alan A. Lucier, Sharon G. Haines, editors.|
|Contributions||Lucier, Alan Alfred, 1954-, Haines, Sharon.|
|LC Classifications||SB745.4 .M43 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|ISBN 10||0387972056, 3540972056|
|LC Control Number||89048303|
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A unique contribution to the literature on acidic deposition, this volume offers a collection of in-depth analysis of the key mechanisms governing forest response to acidic inputs. Among the mechanisms reviewed here are foliage leaching, aluminum mobilization, mineral weathering, soil organisms, and rhizosphere processes.
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An introductory overview by the editors (pp.23 ref.) is followed by 5 literature reviews that discuss the potential effects of acidic deposition on forest element cycles and tree nutrition: Evaluation of dry deposition, pollutant damage, and forest health with throughfall studies (Parker, G.G.,Mechanisms of forest response to acidic deposition book pp.
of ref.); Effects of acidic deposition on the chemical form and bioavailability. Read "Mechanisms of forest response to acidic deposition. A.A. Lucier ' S.G. Haines (eds.), ix + pp., illus., Springer Verlag, Berlin, New York, etc. Price. Mechanisms of forest response to acidic deposition. A.A. Lucier ' S.G.
Haines (eds.), ix + pp., illus., Springer Verlag, Berlin, New York, etc. Price: DM Abstract. The first studies of atmospheric deposition effects on soil organisms and biological processes were conducted near industrial sources of heavy metals and S0 2 Subsequently, the emphasis has shifted to regional-scale pollution problems and the possible influence of acidic deposition on soil by: 4.
We review the mechanisms of deleterious nitrogen (N) deposition impacts on temperate forests, with a particular focus on trees and lichens. Elevated anthropogenic N deposition to Mechanisms of forest response to acidic deposition book has.
Effects of Acidic Deposition on Forest Ecosystems. In acid-sensitive regions, acidic deposition alters soils, stresses forest vegetation, acidifies freshwaters, and harms fish and other aquatic life.
These effects can interfere with important ecosystem functions and services, such as forest diversity and productivity and water quality and. Recent intensive study of the causes of surface water acidification has led to Mechanisms of forest response to acidic deposition book hypothesized controlling mechanisms.
Among these are the salt-effect reduction of alkalinity, the base cation buffering and sulfate adsorption capacities of soils, availability of weatherable minerals (weathering rates), depth of till, micropore flow, and type Mechanisms of forest response to acidic deposition book forest cover.
Insights into mechanisms governing forest carbon response to nitrogen deposition: A model–data comparison using observed responses to nitrogen Biogeosciences, 10. Hutchinson The NATO Advanced Research Workshop detailed in this volume was held in Toronto, Canada, in The purpose of the Workshop was to provide a "state of the art" report on our knowledge of the sensitivities and responses of forests, wetlands and.
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[EAN: ], Gebraucht, guter Zustand, [PU: Springer]. Acid rain - Acid rain - Chemistry of acid deposition: Acid rain is a popular expression for the more scientific term acid deposition, which refers to the many ways in which acidity can move from the atmosphere to Earth’s surface.
Acid deposition includes acidic rain as well as other forms of acidic wet deposition—such as snow, sleet, hail, and fog (or cloud water). Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Furthermore, it should not affect net annual cation fluxes in areas unaffected by acidic deposition.
Flushing of subsurface waters. Flushing of water from the subsurface by snowmelt and rain is a well-documented phenomenon that contributes weathering products to streams (e.g., Christophersen and Hooper,Hall,Hooper et al., ).Cited by: Abstract.
The National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program (NAPAP) was mandated by Congress in to study the effects of acid rain. The results of 10 years of research on the effect of acid deposition and ozone on forests, particularly high elevation spruce and fir, southern pines, eastern hardwoods and western conifers, will be published this year.
A four-part program was initiated to include: deposition. field studies to identify and quantify changes in forest health; controlled exposure/response experiments to determine the impact of acidic deposition on tree seedling growth; research on physiological processes to identify cause-and-effect mechanisms; and development of models to.
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Tài liệu hạn chế xem trước, để xem đầy đủ mời bạn chọn Tải xuống. Tải xuống 0. High abundance of ammonia-oxidizing archaea in acidified subtropical forest soils in southern China after long-term N deposition Kazuo Isobe Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Cited by: In eastern North America and Europe decreases in sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions have decreased acidic deposition with some improvement in surface water quality.
However, recovery of forest soils and biota has lagged. In this chapter effects of acidic deposition are illustrated using examples from the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study.
Acidification in the Canadian Environment. Scientific criteria for an assessment of the effects of acidic deposition on aquatic ecosystems. National Research Council of Canada Publication No.
1 – Cited by: United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Acid Deposition, Environmental Monitoring and Quality Assurance Washington DC EPA//M/ September Research and Development xvEPA AERP ^l£^/!r The Aquatic Effects Research Program (AERP) status provides information on AERF projects dealing with the effects of acidic deposition on.
Although Al phytotoxicity is a function of soil-solution Al activity, it is more convenient to measure exchangeable Al.
Exchangeable and Solution Aluminum in Soilj Aluminum mobility is a key area of concern for both aquatic impacts and terrestrial vegetative response relative to. Response of water chemistry and young-of-year brook trout to channel and watershed liming in streams showing lagging recovery from acidic deposition.
Reductions in sulfur emissions have initiated chemical recovery of surface waters impacted by acidic deposition in the Adirondack region of New York State. We documented the effects of acidic atmospheric deposition and soil acidification on the canopy health, basal area increment, and regeneration of sugar maple (SM) trees across the Adirondack region of New York State, in the northeastern United States, where SM are plentiful but not well studied and where widespread depletion of soil calcium (Ca) has been by: Soil temperature change caused by global warming could affect microbial-mediated soil nitrogen (N) transformations.
Gross N transformation rates can provide process-based information about abiotic–biotic relationships, but most previous studies have focused on net rates. This study aimed to investigate the responses of gross rates of soil N transformation to temperature Author: Xiaoqian Dan, Zhaoxiong Chen, Shenyan Dai, Xiaoxiang He, Zucong Cai, Jinbo Zhang, Christoph Müller.
Emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) to the atmosphere lead to atmospheric deposition of sulfate (SO42–), which is the dominant strong acid anion causing acidification of surface waters and soils in the eastern United States.
Since passage of the Clean Air Act and its Amendments, atmospheric deposition of SO2 in this region has declined by over 80%, but few corresponding. A Conceptual Framework for Adaptive Forest Management under Climate Change Thomas P.
Holmes, Steve McNulty, James M. Vose, Jeffrey P. Prestemon, and Harbin Li The consensus among most scientists is that the global climate is changing in response to a rapid increase in greenhouse gas emissions over the past years.
This perspective has promptedCited by: 3. at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest Air Pollution Forest ecosystems downwind of industrialized regions are exposed to high levels of chronic air pollution.
Our research includes long-term measurements of sulfur, nitrogen and mercury deposition, and their effects on ecosystem structure and function. Long-term experiments include a whole-watershed calcium fertilization study designed to offset soil Ca losses due to acidic deposition and to track calcium fluxes and cycling throughout the watershed, with particular emphasis on effects on currently declining sugar maple populations.
solution and stream water chemistry at the Hubbard Brook. Model hindcasts indicate that watersheds in the GRSM are inherently sensitive to acidic deposition. Simulated mean projected stream ANC of 71 μeq/L (range 32 to μeq/L) prior to industrial development (~) decreases in response to historical acidic deposition to 33 μeq/L (−13 to 88 μeq/L) in Full text of "Acidic deposition and the environment: a literature overview" See other formats.
Reference to N. gonorrhoeae infection can be found in biblical text within the Book of Leviticus and in ancient Chinese writings, making gonorrhea one of the oldest diseases known to humans.
Hippocrates referred to acute gonorrhea as “strangury” obtained from the “pleasures of Venus” in the fourth and fifth centuries b.c. ().Cited by: Response of surface water chemistry to changes in acidic deposition: implications for future amendments to Clean Air Act.
J.S. Kahl, S. Norton, Predicting recovery from acidic deposition: Applying. modified TAF (Tracking Analysis Framework) Model to Maine' High Elevation Lakes. rates of wood ash to an acidic forest soil. A canopy trimming experiment in Puerto Rico: The response of litter decomposition and nutrient release to canopy opening and debris deposition in a subtropical wet forest.
Gonzalez, G.; Waide, R.B.; Willig, M.R. Advancements in the understanding of spatiotemporal gradients in tropical landscapes: a Luquillo focus and global perspective. Evidence of Ca depletion in forest soils at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine (BBWM).
Eastern CAN/USA Forest Science Conference Proceedings, Orono, Maine. p Szillery, J.E., I.J. Fernandez, S.A. Norton, A.S. White, and L.E. Rustad. Forest Type and Treatment Effects on Soil Solution Ca at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine (BBWM).
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