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Perspectives on establishing the relationship between acidic deposition and vegetation responses

, : Perspectives on establishing the relationship between acidic deposition and vegetation responses. Effects of atmospheric pollutants on forests, wetlands and agricultural ecosystems NATO ASI Series G: Ecological Sciences, Vol 16: 611-618

The experimental approaches necessary to establish cause and effect between acidic deposition and plant response are examined. The link between ozone and ponderosa pine dieback in California was established under conducive conditions: the characteristics of ozone exposures were well documented; symptoms were of recent origin and became well characterised; these symptoms could be reproduced under controlled conditions; and the studies were funded for ten years.

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