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Effects of air-borne salt particles and other ions on plant growth in northwestern coast of Taiwan



Effects of air-borne salt particles and other ions on plant growth in northwestern coast of Taiwan



[Technical] Bulletin, Experimental Forest, National Taiwan University (124): 211-250



An examination of the causes of coastal windbreak mortality. Collection and analysis of nematodes from the region revealed no evidence that they damaged windbreak trees. Atmospheric concentrations of SO2 were too low to have any effect on plant growth. Concentrations of Na, F and Pb ions in air and water were also too low to damage plants.

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