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Changes in the soils of Norway spruce forests as a result of the action of SO2 over a long period

, : Changes in the soils of Norway spruce forests as a result of the action of SO2 over a long period. Mitteilungen, Forstliche Bundesversuchsanstalt, Wien (137/II): 233-240

Soil from spruce forests in Austria polluted by SO2 for 30 yr were investigated. The pH in all horizons had become 1-1.5 units more acidic. The buffer capacity had increased, except in the top layer where it remained unchanged.

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