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The chemistry of precipitation and gravitational water in the emission region Jelsava-Lubenik


, : The chemistry of precipitation and gravitational water in the emission region Jelsava-Lubenik. Lesnicky Casopis 41(2): 105-118

The results are presented of a study of the effects of air pollution on precipitation and gravitational soil water on 12 plots in the Jelsava-Lubenik area in Slovakia. Nine of the plots were forested. The mean annual values of pH ranged from 4.4 at one site to 11.7 at another site.


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