Forest decline and air pollution

a study of spruce (Picea abies) on acid soils
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Norway spruce -- Effect of air pollution on -- Fichtelgebirge (Germany and Czech Republic), Norway spruce -- Ecology -- Fichtelgebirge (Germany and Czech Republic), Forest declines -- Fichtelgebirge (Germany and Czech Republic), Forest ecology -- Fichtelgebirge (Germany and Czech Republic), Acid soils -- Fichtelgebirge (Germany and Czech Republic), Soil ecology -- Fichtelgebirge (Germany and Czech Repu

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Statementedited by E.-D. Schulze, O.L. Lange, R. Oren.
SeriesEcological studies ;, vol. 77, Ecological studies ;, v. 77.
ContributionsSchulze, E.-D. 1941-, Lange, O. L., Oren, Ram, 1952-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK494.5.P66 A47 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 475 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2200126M
ISBN 103540507930, 0387507930
LC Control Number89021705

During the last decade, forest decline has become increasingly apparent. The decline in forest health was often reported to be associated with air pollution.

The present study on Norway spruce stands in the Fichtelgebirge analyses various processes interacting within forest ecosystems. During the last decade, forest decline has become increasingly apparent.

The decline in forest health was often reported to be associated with air pollution. The present study on Norway spruce stands in the Fichtelgebirge analyses various processes interacting within forest : Paperback. During the last decade, forest decline has become increasingly apparent.

The decline in forest health was often reported to be associated with air pollution. The present study on Norway spruce stands in the Fichtelgebirge analyses various processes interacting within forest : Ernst-Detlef Schulze.

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In Forest decline and air pollution book early s, forest decline became a matter of public and scientific concern when forest stands with Norway spruce (Picea abies [L. ] Karst.) showed evident damage on a large geographical scale throughout Europe. The causes of the observed symptoms could not be elucidated on the basis of.

Forests: Vital resources. 2 --The atmosphere cahn help or harm trees. 3 --Forests--are they in decline. 4 --Several stress factors can work together to damage a forest. 5 --Sequence of stresses--Progress of decline.

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6 --What do forest declines look like. 7 --Air pollution. 8 --Pollutants can travel great distances in. Forest decline and air pollution: a study of spruce (Picea abies) on acid soils.

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+ pp. Abstract: The book is based on studies of decline in Norway spruce by the Bavarian Forest Toxicology Research Group in the Fichtelgebirge, NE Bavaria. Forest decline and air pollution Forest decline and air pollution: Pages, hardcover, $ U.S. Peter Reich. Department of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota.

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Edited by G. Landmann and M. Bonneau. Springer,ISBN. Forest damage, forest decline, forest dieback - not related to biotic agents - is occurring in the Atlantic and Pacific regions. In Europe and Eastern North America this serious problem is considered to be, at least to some part, related to industrial air pollutants and their atmospheric conversion products, such as acid rain or : Paperback.

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Spruce forest decline in the Beskids. such as air pollution impacts and the activity of fungal pathogens and insect pests, the authors also address silviculture measures, prospects for forest. Although international forest condition surveys present serious problems where data consistency is concerned, they reveal considerable year-by-year species-specific fluctuations rather than a large-scale forest decline.

Cases of obvious decline related to environmental factors are well circumscribed: (1) the deterioration of some coastal forests (affecting mainly Pinus pinea, P. halepensis and. Paul, MN: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry.

(L.E. Frelich contributed about 12 pages of material on carbons pools of Minnesota and carbon fixation over time by shade trees and forest plantation.) Reich, P.B. Forest decline and air pollution (Book Review). Tree Physiology References and notes.

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Contributing authors document and analyze forest decline in Europe and the eastern United States as well as ozone's injury to California's pines.