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Paleolimnological evidence for recent chemical and biological changes in U.K. Acid Waters Monitoring Network sites


, : Paleolimnological evidence for recent chemical and biological changes in U.K. Acid Waters Monitoring Network sites. Freshwater Biology 36(1): 203-219

Palaeolimnological evidence for the long-term (post-1850) and recent (post-1970) trends in acidity of eleven sites in the UK Acid Waters Monitoring Network showed that all have been acidified since pre-industrial times. Although there was considerable variation in the timing and magnitude of these changes the results were consistent with other evidence of the widespread and severe acidification of sensitive UK fresh waters as a result of acidic deposition.

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