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Alewell C, Armbruster M, Bittersohl J, et al. (2001) Are there signs of acidification reversal after two decades of reduced acid input in the low mountain ranges of Germany? Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 5: 367-378.

Emmett BA, Hudson JA, Coward PA, and Reynolds B (1994) The impact of riparian wetland on streamwater quality in a recently afforested upland catchment. Journal of Hydrology 162: 337-353.

Gilliam JW (1994) Riparian wetlands and water quality. Journal of Environmental Quality 23: 896-900.

Haugan PM, Turley C, and Poertner HO (2006) Effects on the marine environment of ocean acidification resulting from elevated levels of CO2 in the atmosphere. Trondheim, DN-utredning 2006-1.

Krug EC and FrinkCR (1983) Acid rain and acid soil: Anew perspective. Science 221: 520-525.

Lukewille A, Bredemeier M, and Ulrich B (1993) Input-output relations of major ions in European forest ecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 47: 175-184.

Nilsson IS, Miller HG, and Miller JD (1982) Forest growth as a possible cause of soil and water acidification: An examination of the concept. Oikos 39: 40-49.

Reuss JO and Johnson DW (1986) Ecological Studies 59: Acid Deposition and the Acidification of Soils and Waters. Berlin: Springer.

Steinberg CEW and Wright RF (eds.) (1994) Acidification of Freshwater Ecosystems, Implications for the Future. Chichester: Wiley.

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.

Ulrich B (1986) Stability, elasticity and resilience of terrestrial ecosystems under the aspect of matter balance. In: Schulze E-D and Zwölfer H (eds.) Ecological Studies 61: Potentions and Limitations of Ecosystem Analysis, pp. 11-47. Berlin: Springer.

Van Breemen N, Driscoll CT, and Mulder J (1984) Acidic deposition and internal proton sources in acidification of soils and waters. Nature 307: 599-604.

Van Breemen N, Mulder J, and Driscoll CT (1983) Acidification and alkalinization of soils. Plant and Soil 75: 283-308.

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