Acid Atmospheric Deposition and its Effects on Terrestrial Ecosystems in The Netherlands
The Third and Final Phase (1991-1995)
The third chapter deals with the effects of exposure and load on forests. The chapter moves from small-scale to large-scale: first the effects in laboratory-scale studies are described, then the effects in the field, both at stand level and on a regional scale. In addition, the critical thresholds (critical level of concentration and critical load of deposition) are discussed.
The fourth chapter covers terrestrial ecosystems (or parts thereof) as well as weakly buffered surface waters, springs and other streams. Critical levels and loads are also discussed. The most important results are given in chapter 5.
In the appendices of the book, so-called umbrella theme reports on deposition, stand modelling and effects on forests are presented which describe in more detail the scientific work performed in the third phase of the DPPA.
This book will be of interest to anyone involved in research related to acidification and eutrophication; i.e., not only those who perform the research in the causal chain from emissions to effects, but also policy-makers and students.
719 pages; ISBN 9780080525877
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Title: Acid Atmospheric Deposition and its Effects on Terrestrial Ecosystems in The Netherlands
Author: G.J. Heij; J.W. Erisman