1995

Forest Decline and Atmospheric Deposition Effects in the French Mountains

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ISBN: 978-3-642-79537-4 (Print) 978-3-642-79535-0 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XXIV

  2. Forest Health and Productivity: Temporal Trends, Relation to Climate, Site and Stand Factors

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-40

      Ground Monitoring of Crown Condition of Forest Trees in the French Mountains

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      Pages 41-81

      Crown Damage in Norway Spruce and Silver Fir: Relation to Nutritional Status and Soil Chemical Characteristics in the French Mountains

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      Pages 82-119

      Crown Damage in Norway Spruce and Silver Fir: Relation to Site and Stand Factors in the French Mountains

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      Pages 120-142

      Growth and Decline Symptoms of Silver Fir and Norway Spruce in Northeastern France: Relation to Climate, Nutrition and Silviculture

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      Pages 143-156

      Long-term Changes in Forest Productivity in Northeastern France: the Dendroecological Approach

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      Pages 157-173

      Medium-Term Evolution of Forest Productivity in the French Mountains: The Use of National Forest Inventory Data

  3. Atmospheric Deposition in France

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 175-175

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      Pages 177-200

      Atmospheric Deposition in France and Possible Relation with Forest Decline

  4. Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on Forest Nutrient Cycling, Soils and Related Effects on Plants

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      Pages 201-201

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      Pages 203-225

      Comparative Hydrochemical Behaviour and Element Budgets of the Aubure (Vosges Massif) and Mont-Lozère (Southern Massif Central) Norway Spruce Forested Catchments

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      Pages 226-232

      Sulphur Stored in Forest Soils and the Relative Importance of Organic and Inorganic Forms. Examples from Mont-Lozère (Southern Massif Central)

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      Pages 233-258

      Cycling and Budgets of Acidity and Nutrients in Norway Spruce Stands in Northeastern France and the Erzgebirge (Czech Republic)

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      Pages 259-269

      Atmospheric Deposition, Forest Management and Soil Nutrient Availability: A Modelling Exercise

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      Pages 270-285

      Potential Role of Aluminium Toxicity in Nutrient Deficiencies as Related to Forest Decline: An Assessment of Soil Solution Data from the Vosges Mountains

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      Pages 286-299

      Water Regime and Magnesium Deficiency: Manipulative Experiments in Young Norway Spruce Stands

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      Pages 300-328

      Fertilization of Declining Conifers in the Vosges and the Ardennes: Effects on Soil, Nutrient Cycling, and Tree Health, Growth and Physiology

  5. The Role of Biotic Factors in Forest Decline

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 329-329

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      Pages 331-352

      Role of Rhizosphere Microfungi in the Decline of Norway Spruce in Acidic Soils

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      Pages 353-360

      Role of Armillaria in the Decline of Silver Fir in the Vosges and the Massif Central (Short Report)

  6. Effects of Air Pollution on Surface Waters and Lichens

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 361-361

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      Pages 363-370

      Relationship between Lake-Water Acidification in the Vosges Mountains and SO2 — NOX Emissions in Western Europe

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      Pages 371-386

      Surface Water Acidification in the Vosges Mountains: Relation to Bedrock and Vegetation Cover

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      Pages 387-393

      Critical Loads of Acidity to Streamwaters in the Vosges Mountains: Biological Criteria

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      Pages 394-403

      Epiphytic Lichen Flora and Bark Characteristics (pH, Conductivity) in Relation to Forest Decline in the Northern Alps

  7. Back Matter

    Pages 453-461

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