The Relative Importance of Sulfur and Nitrogen Compounds in the Acidification of Freshwater
Contribution to Book
Acidification of Freshwater Ecosystems: Implications for the Future
C.E.W. Steinberg and R.W. Wright
relative importance, sulfur, nitrogen, compounds, acidification, freshwater
Eminent contributors present articles which evaluate the causes, consequences and reversibility of freshwater acidification--past, present and future.
Van Miegroet, H. 1994. The relative importance of sulfur and nitrogen compounds in the acidification of freshwater. pp. 33-49 IN: C.E.W. Steinberg and R.W. Wright (eds.) Acidification of freshwater ecosystems: Implications for the future. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, United Kingdom.