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Air pollution [electronic resource] : dimensions, trends, and interactions with a forest ecosystem
Original Title Air pollution [electronic resource] : dimensions, trends, and interactions with a forest ecosystem
Author Michaelis, W. (Walfried), 1931-
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Topics Norway spruce, Norway spruce, Forest declines, Air, EĢpinette de NorveĢ€ge, Effets de la pollution de l’air sur l’, EĢpinette de NorveĢ€ge, ForeĢ‚ts, Air, EĢpinette de NorveĢ€ge, Effets des preĢcipitations acides sur l’, WaldoĢˆkosystem, Fichte, Luftverschmutzung, Air, Forest declines, Norway spruce, Norway spruce
Publisher Berlin , New York : Springer
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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Air Pollution: Dimensions, Trends and Interactions with a Forest EcosystemAuthor: Professor Dr.Rer.Nat.Habil. Walfried Michaelis Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-642-64414-6 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-60456-0Table of Contents:Introduction
The Investigation Site
Research Concept and Coordination
General Outline of the Measuring Station
Experimental Procedures
Methodology for the Determination of Atmospheric Deposition and of Fluxes within the Ecosystem Compartments
Trace Elements in Rainwater: Concentrations and Wet Deposition
Deposition of Anions and Cations Via Precipitation
Trace Elements in Size-Fractionated Particulates: Concentrations and Dry Deposition into a Forest Ecosystem
Total Deposition of Trace Elements
Element Supply and Element Fluxes in the Forest Ecosystem Compartments
Concentrations and Deposition of Gaseous Pollutants: SO2, NO2, NO, NH3 and O3
Impact of Gaseous Pollutants on the Forest Ecosystem
Summary and ConclusionsIncludes bibliographical references and indexElectronic reproductionMaster and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002digitizedDescription based on print version recordThis book presents the final evaluation of a multidisciplinary study on air pollution at a Norway spruce stand in North Germany and on the interactions of atmospheric constituents with the forest ecosystem. Some of the special features of this research work are the application of advanced trace analysis techniques, the use of improved methods for quantifying extensively the dry deposition, the determination of element and gas fluxes including their balances as well as the assessment of the responses of the forest ecosystem. Comprehensive data are presented on the nutrient and carbon dioxide budget. Other subjects refer to the seasonal variations and the long-term trends of air pollution
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