Further Reading

Aber JD, Goodale CL, Ollinger SV, et al. (2003) Is nitrogen deposition altering the nitrogen status of northeastern forests? BioScience 53: 375-389.

Baker JP, Bernard DP, Christensen SW, and Sale MJ (1990) Biological effects of changes in surface water acid-base chemistry, Report SOS/T 13 for the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Washington, DC.

Charles DF (ed.) (1991) Acidic Deposition and Aquatic Ecosystems: Regional Case Studies. New York: Springer.

DeHayes DH, Schaberg PG, Hawley GJ, and StrimbeckGR (1999) Acid rain impacts calcium nutrition and forest health. BioScience 49: 789-800.

Driscoll CT, Lawrence GB, Bulger AJ, etal. (2001) Acidic deposition in the northeastern US: Sources and inputs, ecosystems effects, and management strategies. BioScience 51: 180-198.

Evans CD, Cullen JM, Alewell C, etal. (2001) Recovery from acidification in European surface waters. Hydrology and Earth System Science 5: 283-298.

Fenn ME, Baron JS, Allen EB, etal. (2003) Ecological effects of nitrogen deposition in the western United States. BioScience 53: 404-420.

Gorham E (1989) Scientific understanding of ecosystem acidification: A historical review. Ambio 3: 150-154.

Likens GE, Driscoll CT, and Buso DC (1996) Long-term effects of acid rain: Response and recovery of a forested ecosystem. Science 272: 244-246.

Lynch JA, Bowersox VC, and Grimm JW (2000) Changes in sulfate deposition in eastern USA following implementation of Phase I of Title IV of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. Atmospheric Environment 34: 1665-1680.

Reuss JO and Johnson DW (1986) Acid Deposition and the Acidification of Soils and Waters. New York: Springer.

Schindler DW, Mills KH, Malley DF, etal. (1985) Long-term ecosystem stress: Effects of years of experimental acidification. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 37: 342-354. Stoddard JL, Jeffries DS, Lukewille A, et al. (1999) Regional trends in aquatic recovery from acidification in North America and Europe. Nature 401: 575-578.

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