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Acidification and Recovery of a Spodosol Bs Horizon from Acidic Deposition.
Biogeochemistry of Aluminum in McDonalds Branch Watershed, New Jersey Pine Barrens.
Chemical Weathering and Solution Chemistry in Acid Forest Soils: Differential Influence of Soil Type, Biotic Processes, and H+ Deposition.
Comparison of some properties of mine soils and contiguous natural soils /
Direct/delayed response project : field operations and quality assurance report for soil sampling and preparation in the Northeastern United States. Volume I, Sampling /
Dissolved Organic Carbon and Sulfate Sorption by Spodosol Mineral Horizons.
Effects of Recent and Past Phosphate Fertilization on the Amount of Phosphorus Percolating Through Soil Profiles into Subsurface Waters.
Effects of Repeated Ammonium Sulfate Applications on Soil Leachate Chemistry on the Fernow Experimental Forest in West Virginia, USA.
Field Indicators for Identifying Hydric Soils in New England. Version 1.
Interflow Process on Sloping Watershed Areas.
Nutrient Enrichment of Runoff Waters by Soils. Phase I: Phosphorus Enrichment Potential of Urban Soils in the City of Madison.
Properties and plant growth potential of mineland overburden /
Soluble Aluminum in Acidified Organic Horizons of Forest Soils.
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