2007

Acid Rain - Deposition to Recovery

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-5884-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-5885-1 (Online)

Table of contents (47 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-X

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    Modelling Seasonal Dynamics from Temporal Variation in Agricultural Practices in the UK Ammonia Emission Inventory

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    Pages 15-23

    Inter-annual Variations of Ozone and Nitrogen Dioxide Over Europe During 1958–2003 Simulated with a Regional CTM

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    Pages 25-31

    Field Intercomparison of Main Components in Air in EMEP

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    Pages 33-40

    Variations in the Fluoride Level in Precipitation in a Region of Human Impact

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    Pages 41-47

    Long Term Trends in Sulphur and Nitrogen Deposition in Europe and the Cause of Non-linearities

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    Pages 49-58

    Trends in Chemical Composition of Wet-only Precipitation at Rural French Monitoring Stations Over the 1990–2003 Period

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    Pages 59-66

    Monitoring Long-term Trends in Sulfate and Ammonium in US Precipitation: Results from the National Atmospheric Deposition Program/National Trends Network

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    Pages 67-75

    Temporal Trends of Non-sea Salt Sulfate and Nitrate in Wet Deposition in Japan

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    Pages 77-84

    Sulphate and Nitrate in Precipitation and Soil Water in Pine Forests in Latvia

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    Pages 85-92

    Acid Rain in Downtown São Paulo City, Brazil

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    Pages 93-98

    Atmospheric Metal Pollutants-Archives, Methods, and History

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    Pages 99-109

    Nitrogen Saturation of Terrestrial Ecosystems: Some Recent Findings and Their Implications for Our Conceptual Framework

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    Pages 111-117

    Effects of Nitrogen Deposition on Bryophyte Species Composition of Calcareous Grasslands

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    Pages 119-129

    Atmospheric Deposition of Reactive Nitrogen on Turf Grassland in Central Japan: Comparison of the Contribution of Wet and Dry Deposition

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    Pages 131-136

    Effects of Nitrogen Supply on the Sensitivity to O3 of Growth and Photosynthesis of Japanese Beech (Fagus crenata) Seedlings

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    Pages 137-142

    Stem Growth of Picea Abies in South Western Sweden in the 10 Years Following Liming and Addition of PK and N

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    Pages 143-149

    X-ray Microanalysis of Needles from Douglas Fir Growing in Environments of Contrasting Acidity

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    Pages 151-161

    Effects of Acid Rain on Competitive Releases of Cd, Cu, and Zn from Two Natural Soils and Two Contaminated Soils in Hunan, China

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    Pages 163-179

    Modelling Change in Ground Vegetation Response to Acid and Nitrogen Pollution, Climate Change and Forest Management at in Sweden 1500–2100 A.D.

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    Pages 181-186

    Laboratory Measurement of Dry Deposition of Ozone onto Northern Chinese Soil Samples

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