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Chemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Organic Acids in Two Streams Draining Forested Watersheds.
Dissolved Organic Carbon and Sulfate Sorption by Spodosol Mineral Horizons.
Effect of Acid Treatment on Dissolved Organic Carbon Retention by a Spodic Horizon.
Forest Soil Response to Acid and Salt Additions of Sulfate. 1. Sulfur Constituents and Net Retention.
Forest Soil Response to Acid and Salt Additions of Sulfate: 2. Aluminum and Base Cations.
Forest Soil Response to Acid and Salt Additions of Sulfate: 3. Solubilization and Composition of Dissolved Organic Carbon.
Generation of Soil Solution Acid-Neutralizing Capacity by Addition of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon.
Organic Acidity in Maine (U.S.A.) Lakes and in HUMEX Lake Skjervatjern (Norway).
Organic Carbon Fractions in Extracts of O and B Horizons from a New England Spodosol: Effects of Acid Treatment.
Role of Soil Organic Acids in Mineral Weathering Processes (Chapter 6).
Spodosol Cation Release and Buffering of Acidic Inputs.
Spodosol Variability and Assessment of Response to Acidic Deposition.
Sulfate Retention and Cation Leaching of Forest Soils in Response to Acid Additions.
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