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Atmospheric deposition and eastern forests

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Published by The Station in [Broomall, Pa.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acid precipitation (Meteorology) -- Environmental aspects -- United States.,
  • Acid deposition -- United States.,
  • Forest ecology -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station.
    SeriesNE-INF -- 72-86.
    ContributionsNortheastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17833227M


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Get this from a library. Atmospheric deposition and eastern forests: cooperative research. [Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.);]. Atmospheric mercury (Hg) deposition to forests is important because half of the land cover in the eastern USA is forest.

Mercury was measured in autumn litterfall and weekly precipitation samples at a total of 27 National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP) monitoring sites in deciduous and mixed deciduous-coniferous forests in 16 states in the eastern USA during –Cited by: These reports coincided with documentation of reductions in radial growth of several species of pine in the southeastern United States, and with the severe, rapid, and widespread decline of Norway spruce, silver fir, and some hardwoods in central Europe.

In all of these instances, atmospheric deposition was hypothesized as the cause of the decline. Ecology and Decline of Red Spruce in the Eastern United States addresses that gap for eastern spruce­ fir forests and represents the culmination of a great deal of research conducted in recent years.

Soil-Mediated Effects of Atmospheric Deposition on Eastern U.S. Spruce-Fir Forests. Book Title Ecology and Decline of Red Spruce in the. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.

If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Mohnen VA () An Assessment of Atmospheric Exposure and Deposition to High Elevation Forests in the Eastern United States.

EPA Contract No. CR, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency AREAL, Research Triangle Park, NC Google ScholarCited by: Atmospheric mercury (Hg) deposition to forests is important because half of the land cover in the eastern USA is forest.

Mercury was measured in autumn litterfall and weekly precipitation samples. Introduction. Forest ecosystems have been exposed to increased atmospheric deposition of sulphur (S) in the form of sulphate (SO 4 2−) and inorganic nitrogen (N) since the s, resulting from anthropogenic emissions of sulphur dioxide (SO 2), nitrogen oxides (NO x) and ammonia (NH 3).Deposition of these compounds is a major driver for various changes in forest by: Get this from a library.

An assessment of atmospheric exposure and deposition to high elevation forests in the eastern United States. [Volker A Mohnen; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.;]. Forests as a Resource The Eastern Deciduous Forest Ownership Patterns and Trends in Today’s Forest Wildlife in Today’s Forest Wildlife Management—Populations, Habitats, and People 2.

early history of the forest Origin of Modern Tree Species Ice-Age Effects on the Eastern Deciduous Forest Pre-European Forests in Atmospheric deposition and eastern forests book Eastern United States.

Atmospheric deposition plays a key role in the biogeochemistry of temperate, tropical, and boreal forests. Many essential macro- and micronutrients as well as pollutants are delivered from the. The National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP) is a Cooperative Research Support Program of the State Agricultural Experiment Stations (NRSP-3).

Housed at the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the NADP is a collaborative effort between many different groups: Federal, state, tribal, and local governmental agencies, as well as educational.

Atmospheric Deposition of Acids.- Canopy Interactions.- Summary of Acid Deposition and Canopy Interactions.- H+ Budgets.- Recovery from Acidification.- IFS Case Study.- Acidification.- Recovery from Acidification.- Summary and Conclusions.- Regional Evaluations of Acid Deposition Effects on Forests.- Eastern Spruce-Fir.- Eastern Hardwoods Sampling, measurements, and analyses of atmospheric deposition, foliar nutrient, defoliation, and growth were all carried out.

Results showed that actual N deposition loads were the lowest in Aleppo pine Atmospheric deposition and eastern forests book and the highest in holm oak forests. This, however, did not have an effect on the concentrations of Author: Tamara Jakovljević, Aldo Marchetto, Lucija Lovreškov, Nenad Potočić, Ivan Seletković, Krunoslav Indi.

Atmospheric mercury (Hg) deposition to forests is important because half of the land cover in the eastern USA is forest. Mercury was measured in autumn litterfall and weekly precipitation samples at a total of 27 National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP) monitoring sites in deciduous and mixed deciduous-coniferous forests in 16 states in the eastern USA during – Few studies of total atmospheric deposition of major elements (S, N, Ca, Mg, and K) have been conducted in high-elevation forests.

This paper presents the results of the first long-term observations () of total atmospheric deposition (wet + dry + cloud water) to a subalpine forest in the northeastern USA.

vided by wet and dry deposition of several atmospheric N species. In the eastern United States, generally, the N species providing the large majority of available (nutrient) N are dry deposition of the gases nitric acid (HNO3) and ammonia (NH3) and wet as well as particulate matter dry deposition ofCited by: Atmospheric deposition effects studies on USFS-managed lands in the eastern United States have commonly relied on a combination of spatial interpolations of wet deposition (using the Grimm and Lynch () approach) and process modeled dry deposition output from CMAQ to derive estimates of total N and S deposition.

Acidic deposition trends in the eastern North America, Europe and east Asia mirror emission trends in the atmospheric source area or airshed. The atmospheric source area or airshed is the spatial area that supplies air pollutants that contribute to atmospheric deposition for a given location.

EPA/// September AN ASSESSMENT OF ATMOSPHERIC EXPOSURE AND DEPOSITION TO HIGH ELEVATION FORESTS IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES Volker A Mohnen Principal Investigator Atmospheric Sciences Group State University of New York Albany, N.Y. Viney Aneja, North Carolina State University Bruce Bailey, Associated Weather Service Ellis Cowling.

In doing research for a novel set in Central Kentucky, I find "The Audubon Society Nature Guides: Eastern Forests" to be the perfect resource. The guide covers the Eastern half of North America and will be enjoyed at home or in the field.

The comprehensive details of trees, shrubs, wildflowers, mushrooms, birds, butterflies, insects, and /5(20). @article{osti_, title = {Atmospheric chemistry and physics of air pollution}, author = {Seinfeld, J.H.}, abstractNote = {This book presents a treatment of all aspects of the physical and chemical behavior of air pollutants.

It provides an analysis of the chemistry of atmospheric pollutants, an extensive treatment of the formation, thermodynamics and dynamics of atmospheric aerosols, and. Historical increases in emissions and atmospheric deposition of oxidized and reduced nitrogen (N) provided the impetus for extensive, global-scale research investigating the effects of excess N in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, with several regions within the Eastern Deciduous Forest of the United States found to be susceptible to negative.

For example, in the north‐eastern United States atmospheric pollution has become a critical environmental stress in forested ecosystems as a result of anthropogenic activities dramatically increasing nitrogen and sulphate deposition compared to pre‐industrial levels (Clark et Author: Brittany M.

Verrico, Jeremy Weiland, Timothy D. Perkins, Brian Beckage, Stephen R. Keller. To estimate dry deposition flux of atmospheric water-soluble nitrogen (N), including ammonium (NH4+), nitrate (NO3−), and water-soluble organic nitrogen (WSON), aerosol samples were collected over the subarctic western North Pacific Ocean in the summer of aboard the Korean icebreaker IBR/V Araon.

During the cruise, concentrations of NH4+, NO3−, and WSON in bulk (fine + coarse Cited by: 1. Atmospheric Deposition to Oak Forests along an Urban−Rural Gradient. Atmospheric deposition of base cations, nitrogen and sulphur in coniferous forests in Sweden — a test of a new surrogate surface.

Boreal Env. Res. 5: – ISSN Dry deposition of base cations, nitrate, as well as particulate ammonium, and sulphate in coniferous forests was measured using a surrogate surface in combination with net.

This project supports monitoring of wet atmospheric deposition at a site in Pennsylvania (PA42, Leading Ridge) which, in turn, is part of a national monitoring network, the National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP).

Precipitation chemistry measurements at site PA42 were initiated as part of the NADP network in Data from this site and from others in the network are made publicly.

ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION AND FOLIAR LEACHING IN A REGENERATING SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN FOREST CANOPY CHRISTOPHER S. POTTER*, HARVEY L. RAGSDALE AND WAYNE T. SWANKt Biology Department, Emory University, Atlanta, GA and fCoweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, USD A Forest Service, Otto, NCU.S.A.

SUMMARY. Acid deposition, commonly known as acid rain, occurs In the eastern U.S., ecological damage from acidification (nitric and sulfuric acid deposition) is widely apparent in the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains of New York.

Many lakes and The Role of Atmospheric Deposition in the Gulf. Our previous research shown that atmospheric N min deposition in forest ecosystems of Moscow region was varied from 4 to 11 kg N ha-1 yr-1, on average kg N ha-1 yr-1 (Averkieva, Ivashchenko, ).

Atmospheric N min deposition was ranged and kg N ha-1 yr-1 for forests and industrial centers, respectively, of Croatia (Author: Irina Kudrevatykh, Kristina Ivashchenko. [52] We also recognize that both wet and dry atmospheric N deposition have the potential to alter C uptake of temperate forests.

While N deposition during the latter half of the 20 th century has contributed positively to C sequestration [Holland et al., ], Nadelhoffer et al. found no evidence of increased C uptake with N by: For example, the atmospheric deposition rates for sulphur and nitrogen which were used to identify exceedences of the calculated critical load values for forest ecosystems in the New England states are based on total atmospheric deposition using a high.

One of the most important factors impacting terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems is the atmospheric environment. Climatic and weather events play a significant role in governing the natural processes that occur in these ecosystems. The current characteristics of the vast number of ecosystems that cover the northeast and north central United States are, in part, the result of.

Ecology and decline of red spruce in the Eastern United States. Springer-Verlag, NY. Johnson, D.W. and I.J. Fernandez. Soil-mediated effects of atmospheric deposition on eastern U.S. spruce-fir forests.p. In: Eager, C.

and M.B. Adams (eds.) Ecology and Decline of Red Spruce in the Eastern United States. Springer-Verlag, NY. Eastern Temperate Forests are comprised of two fairly distinct ecosystems: eastern hardwood forests and the in areas receiving low levels of atmospheric deposition of N, such as that found for Hurd et al.

() in the N deposition on eastern and northern forests (Th omas. Chapter 10—Eastern Temperate Forest GTR-NRS   However, due to the many interacting factors such as atmospheric deposition (nitrogen, ozone), insect pests and pathogens, invasive plants, CO 2 enrichment, longer growing seasons, and white-tailed deer populations, there is a high degree of uncertainty about the future condition and function of eastern forests in a changing climate (Frelich.

Acidic atmospheric deposition continues to be a serious environmental concern. Sulfur and nitrogen oxides emitted from industrial and transportation sources, utilities, and metropolitan areas enter the atmosphere and are transformed into acidifying compounds.

These pollutants are transported in the atmosphere and are removed, in part, as acidic wet deposition. Acidic deposition and sustainable forest management in the central Appalachians, USA Mary Beth Adams* USDA Forest Service, P.O.

BoxParsons, West VirginiaUSA Abstract Long-term productivity of mixed-species forests in the central Appalachian region of the United States may be threatened by changes in base cation availability of the Cited by: Forests, lakes, and streams: Acid rain can cause widespread damage to trees.

This is especially true of trees at high elevations in various regions of the U.S. Acidic deposition can damage leaves and also deplete nutrients in forest soils and in trees so that trees become more vulnerable to disease and environmental stress.

Atmospheric Deposition and Forest Nutrient Cycling: A Synthesis of the Integrated Forest Study (Ecological Studies) [Paperback] [] (Author) Dale W. Johnson, Steven E.

Lindberg on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Atmospheric Deposition and Forest Nutrient Cycling: A Synthesis of the Integrated Forest Study (Ecological Studies) [Paperback] [] (Author) Dale W.

Manufacturer: Springer.in some forests in New England and southern Appalachia. Because Acidic precipitation and atmospheric deposition may be involved in the decline of some forests and in the elevation of aluminum levels in streams. ORNL researchers play an important role in pinpointing the effects of atmospheric pollutants on vegetation, fish, and surface waters.deposition and organic solute fluxes in N and S budgets within a forested watershed.

The objectives of this study were to (1) examine the response of watershed N and S export to changing climate and atmospheric deposition by analyzing long-term trends in surface water chemistry and atmospheric deposition, including.