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By D. W. Johnson, S. E. Lindberg (auth.), D. C. Adriano, M. Havas (eds.)

"awareness" of the world's electorate and inspire governments to dedicate extra recognition and assets to handle this factor. The sequence editors thank the overseas panel of participants for bringing this well timed sequence into of completion. We additionally desire to recognize the very insightful enter of the subsequent colleagues: Prof. A.L. web page of the collage of California, Prof. T.C. Hutchinson of the college of Toronto, and Dr. Steve Lindberg of the Oak Ridge nationwide Laboratory. We additionally desire to thank the excellent attempt and cooperation of the quantity editors in dealing with their respective volumes. The confident criticisms of bankruptcy overview­ ers additionally deserve a lot appreciation. eventually, we want to express our appreciation to my secretary, Ms. Brenda Rosier, and my technician, Ms. Claire Carlson, for his or her very capable suggestions in a variety of elements of this sequence. Aiken, South Carolina Domy C. Adriano Coordinating Editor Preface to Acidic Precipitation, quantity 1 (Advances in Environmental technological know-how) due to pioneering examine within the Sixties and due to the perceived and acidic genuine environmental results defined in the course of the resulting years, the phrases rain, acidic deposition, or acidic precipitation became average within the clinical and renowned literature. within the final decade, governments through the global have answered to public strain and to the troubles of the medical neighborhood via constructing learn courses on nationwide and foreign scales.

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1981. Characterization of acidic precipitation in the Adirondack region. EPRI EA-1826. Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California. Johnson, A. , and T. G. Siccama. 1983. Environ Sci TechnoI17:294A-305A. Johnson, D. W. 1984. Biogeochemistry 1:29-43. Johnson, D. , D. W. Cole, S. P. Gessel, M. J. Singer, and R. V. Minden. 1977. Arct Alp Res 9:329-343. Johnson, D. , and G. S. Henderson. 1979. Soil Sci 128:34-40. Johnson, D. , and G. S. Henderson. 1989. Nutrient cycling. In D. W. 1. Van Hook, eds.

Todd. 1983. W. E. Lindberg 25 contrasting mechanisms of accumulation for Sand N in the watershed are apparent from the proportions of organic versus inorganic components of these nutrients in the soil: approximately one-third oftotal soil S is in inorganic form (S04)' whereas <2% of total soil N is in inorganic form (NH 4 + N0 3 ) (Figure 1-7; Henderson and Harris, 1975). B. , 1978; Johnson and Henderson, 1988), and only a few brief comments will be made here. Because the watershed is underlain by dolomite, bedrock dissolution is the dominant mechanism by which Ca and Mg are exported (on a watershed scale), and exports of these elements greatly exceed atmospheric inputs.

1987. Plant Soil 102:99-109. Johnson, D. , and R. I. Van Hook, eds. 1989. Analysis of biogeochemical cycling processes in Walker Branch Watershed. Springer-Verlag, New York. Kelly, J. , and G. S. Henderson. 1978a. Soil Sci Soc Amer J 42:963-966. Kelly, J. , and G. S. Henderson. 1978b. Soil Sci Soc Amer J 42:972-976. Kelly, J. , and 1. F. Meagher. 1986. Nitrogen input/output relationships for three sites in eastern Tennessee. RP-I727. Electric Power Research Institute. Palo Alto, California. Kelly, T.

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