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Soil Calcium Status and the Response of Stream Chemistry to Changing Acidic Deposition Rates

Despite a decreasing trend in acidic deposition rates over the past two to three decades, acidified surface waters in the northeastern United States have shown minimal changes. Depletion of soil Ca pools has been suggested as a cause, although changes in soil Ca pools have not been directly... Full description

1st Person: Lawrence, Gregory B.
Additional Persons: David, Mark B. verfasserin; Lovett, Gary M. verfasserin; Murdoch, Peter S. verfasserin; Burns, Douglas A. verfasserin; Stoddard, John L. verfasserin; Baldigo, Barry P. verfasserin; Porter, James H. verfasserin; Thompson, Andrew W. verfasserin
Source: in Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America Vol. 9, No. 3 (1999), p. 1059-1072
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1999
Keywords: research-article
Acidic Deposition
Acid-Neutralizing Capacity
Atmospheric Deposition
Base Cations
Calcium
Elevational Gradient of Stream Chemistry
Leaching of Soil Bases
Nitrate
Soil Acidification
Soil Calcium Depletion
Stream Acidification
Stream Chemistry and Elevational Gradient
Sulfate
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