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Acidic Precipitation

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Acidic Precipitation Muskoka, Ontario, September 15–20, 1985

  • Hans C. Martin

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. H. C. Martin
    Pages 1-3
  3. R. F. Wright, E. Gjessing, N. Christophersen, E. Lotse, H. M. Seip, A. Semb et al.
    Pages 47-63
  4. L. A. Barrie, R. S. Schemenauer
    Pages 91-104
  5. H. I. Schiff, G. I. Mackay, C. Castledine, G. W. Harris, Q. Tran
    Pages 105-114
  6. Carl J. Popp, Donald K. Brandvold, Austin Long, Lisa Warneke
    Pages 125-133
  7. N. E. v. Freiesleben, C. Ridder, L. Rasmussen
    Pages 135-141
  8. Yin-Nan Lee, Ji Shen, Paul J. Klotz
    Pages 143-152
  9. K. G. Anlauf, J. W. Bottenheim, K. A. Brice, H. A. Wiebe
    Pages 153-160
  10. E. M. Zakshek, K. J. Puckett, K. E. Percy
    Pages 161-169
  11. H.-R. Cho, J. V. Iribarne, T. A. Kavassalis, O. T. Melo, Y. T. Tam, W. J. Moroz
    Pages 195-203
  12. Jean Muhlbaier Dasch
    Pages 205-210
  13. A. H. Johannes, Y. L. Chen, K. Dackson, T. Suleski
    Pages 211-216
  14. Henry L. Bertram, Nirmal C. Das, Yan K. Lau
    Pages 231-237
  15. Donald F. Gatz, William R. Barnard, Gary J. Stensland
    Pages 245-251
  16. S. Floyd Phillips, David L. Wotton, Dale B. McEachern
    Pages 253-261
  17. A. J. S. Tang, W. H. Chan, D. H. S. Chung, M. A. Lusis
    Pages 263-273
  18. Arthur H. Johnson, Andrew J. Friedland, Jonathan G. Dushoff
    Pages 319-330
  19. Donald F. Charles, Donald R. Whitehead, Dennis S. Anderson, Raymond Bienert, Keith E. Camburn, Robert B. Cook et al.
    Pages 355-365
  20. R. F. Wright, B. J. Cosby, G. M. Hornberger, J. N. Galloway
    Pages 367-380
  21. R. S. E. W. Leuven, H. L. M. Kersten, J. A. A. R. Schuurkes, J. G. M. Roelofs, G. H. P. Arts
    Pages 387-392
  22. W. R. Schell, A. L. Sanchez, C. Granlund
    Pages 393-409
  23. J.-J. Frenette, Y. Richard, G. Moreau
    Pages 461-475
  24. Stanislas J. Pauwels, Terry A. Haines
    Pages 477-488
  25. D. L. Smith, J. K. Underwood, J. G. Ogden III, B. C. Sabean
    Pages 489-496
  26. P. T. Bradt, J. L. Dudley, M. B. Berg, D. S. Barrasso
    Pages 505-513

About these proceedings

Introduction

Since the beginning of the 1980's, research has continued to clarify and improve our understanding of the problern of the ecological impact of acidic precipitation. From September 15-20, 1985, Canada convened the the Muskoka Symposium on Acidic Precipitation to review progress and help chart the direction of future studies. The Conference was held in central Ontario, Canada, a region of heavy sulphate deposition where aquatic effects are evident. Approximately 700 people attended, over 500 of whom were research scientists. Over 400 papers were presented. Nearly 200 of the papers are included in these proceedings, which tagether give the present state of the art of acid rain research. The Conference focused on atmospheric science and aquatic and terrestrial effects. I have made some general observations on progress in clarifying issues and linkages between these areas of research. Out­ standing issues which require a great deal more work are identified. These are my views, influenced by personal bias and limited by my expertise. Atmospheric Seiences Three aspects were covered: measurement techniques, the actual measure­ ments, and source-receptor relationships.

Keywords

acid deposition future measurement measurement techniques precipitation research science

Editors and affiliations

  • Hans C. Martin
    • 1
  1. 1.Atmospheric Environment ServiceCanada

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-3385-9
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-8019-4
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-3385-9
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