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Main Title Impacts of Acidic Deposition: Context and Case Studies of Forest Soils in the Southeastern U.S..
Author Binkley, D. ; Driscoll, C. T. ; Allen, H. L. ; Schoeneberger, P. ; McAvoy, D. ;
CORP Author Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins. Dept. of Forest and Wood Sciences. ;Syracuse Univ., NY. Dept. of Civil Engineering. ;North Carolina State Univ. at Raleigh.;Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR.
Publisher Dec 88
Year Published 1988
Report Number EPA/600/3-88/061;
Stock Number PB89-138473
Additional Subjects Acidification ; Forestry ; Air pollution ; Soils ; Acidity ; Ecology ; Assessments ; Plant nutrition ; Acidic deposition ; Southeastern Region(United States)
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NTIS  PB89-138473 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/08/1989
Collation 189p
Abstract
The authors designed their assessment to include both the basic foundation needed by non-experts and the detailed information needed by experts. Their assessment includes background information on acidic deposition (Chap. 1), an in-depth discussion of the nature of soil acidity and ecosystem H(1+) budgets (Chap. 2), and a summary of rates of deposition in the Southeastern U.S. (Chap. 3). A discussion of the nature of forest soils in the region (Chap. 4) is followed by an overview of previous assessments of soil sensitivity to acidification (Chap. 5). The potential impacts of acidic deposition on forest nutrition are described in the context of the degree of current nutrient limitation on forest productivity (Chap. 6). The results of simulations with the MAGIC model provided evaluations of the likely sensitivity of a variety of soils representative of forest soils in the South (Chap. 7), as well as a test of soil sensitivity criteria. The authors' synthesis and recommendations for research (Chap. 8) also serve as an executive summary.