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Effect of acid deposition and natural soil acidification processes on soil: some studies in the Tillingbourne Catchment, Leith Hill, Surrey


, : Effect of acid deposition and natural soil acidification processes on soil: some studies in the Tillingbourne Catchment, Leith Hill, Surrey. Seesoil Journal of the South East England Soils Discussion Group 2: 18-36

Data are presented on (a) deposition rates for H+, SO42-, NO3-, Cl-, NH4 + and organic acids and (b) soil acidity resulting from acid precipitation, dry deposition, nitrification, decomposition, respiration, S2- oxidation, plant uptake, bog growth and organic matter accumulation from other sources.


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