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Acidification of Freshwater Ecosystems: Implications for the Future

Acidification of Freshwater Ecosystems: Implications for the Future

C. E. W. Steinberg (Editor), R. F. Wright (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-94206-1 May 1994 420 Pages

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Eminent contributors present articles which evaluate the causes, consequences and reversibility of freshwater acidification--past, present and future.

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Partial table of contents:

Acidic Emissions and Political Systems (T. Paces).

The Relative Importance of Sulfur and Nitrogen Compounds in the Acidification of Freshwater (H. Van Miegroet).

Lake Acidification and the Role of Paleolimnology (R. Battarbee & D. Charles).

Role of Organic Acids in Acidification of Fresh Waters (H. Hemond).

Effects of Acidification on Trace Metal Transport in Fresh Waters (J. Vesely).

Biological Processes that Affect Water Chemistry (C. Kelly).

The Biological Effects of Acid Episodes (S. Ormerod & A. Jenkins).

Invertebrate Community Changes Caused by Reduced Acidification (G. Raddum & A. Fjellheim).

Predicting Recovery of Freshwater Ecosystems: Trout in Norwegian Lakes (B. Cosby, et al.).

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