SEDL / STP / STP928-EB
Impact of Acid Rain and Deposition on Aquatic Biological Systems
This volume will help you to get the hard data needed to assess damage to fish and invertebrates. A source for understanding lake/stream acidification processes and aquatic biological effects, such as stream and lake productivity, diversity, and measurement techniques.
Table of Contents
Assessment of Aquatic Effects Due to Acid Deposition
Bennett D., Malanchuk J., Mundy P., Nesse R.
A Preliminary Assessment of the Importance of Littoral and Benthic Autotrophic Communities in Acidic Lakes
Bienert R., Clarkson C., Crisman T., Garren R., Keller A.
The Effects of Short-Term and Continuous Experimental Acidification on Biomass and Productivity of Running Water Periphytic Algae
Allard M., Moreau G., Parent L., Planas D.
Relationships of Spatial Gradients of Primary Production, Buffering Capacity, and Hydrology in Turkey Lakes Watershed
Bobba A., Jeffries D., Kelso J., Lam D.
Size-Dependent Sensitivity of Three Species of Stream Invertebrates to pH Depression
Allan J., Burton T.
Buffering Capacity of Soft-Water Lake Sediments in Florida
Brezonik P., Perry T., Pollman C.
Linking Automated Biomonitoring to Remote Computer Platforms with Satellite Data Retrieval in Acidified Streams
Eagleson K., Isom B., Morgan E., Weaver T.
Consideration of Total Ion Composition in Designing Toxicity Tests Using Aluminum Salts and Mineral Acids
A Simple Method to Measure pH Accurately in Acid Rain Samples
Boyle P., James C., Ross J., Synnott J.
Paper ID: STP928-EB
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