Acid Deposition: Proceedings of the CEC Workshop Organized as Part of the Concerted Action "Physico-Chemical Behaviour of Atmospheric Pollutants", Held in Berlin, 9 September 1982
S. Beilke, A.J. Elshout
Springer Science & Business Media, May 31, 1983 - Nature - 235 pages
'Ibis volt.nne contains the proceedings of a \\Orkshop on "Acid Deposition" held on September 9, 1982 at the Reichstag in Berlin. 'Ibe \\Orkshop was organized within the frame\\Ork of project COST 61a bis* of the Commission of the European Communities (CEC), as a satellite meeting to the joint meeting of WOrking Parties 4 (Pollutant Cycles) and 5 (Transport and Modelling - Field Experiments) which was held on September 7 - 8 at the Federal Environmental Agency in Berlin. 'Ibe organisation of the scientific \\Orkshop programme was in the hands of a CEC Acid Deposition Task Force consisting of nine scientists actively participating in projects COST 61a or COST 61a bis : Beilke (Federal Republic of Germany), Brosset (Sweden), Elshout (The Netherlands), Graven horst (France), Liberti (Italy), ott (CEC, Belgium), Penkett (United Kingdan), Sandroni (CEC, Italy) and Zephoris (France). 'Ibe \\Orkshop progrcmne consisted of the presentation and discussion of five invited review papers covering different areas of the acid deposition problem and of ongoing \\Ork on topics which are relevant to acid depo sition. Emphasis was placed on new scientific ideas and on indicating the most important areas of uncertainty, including the specification of a series of key research needs in the field of acid deposition. 'Ibis was done out of concern for danage to forest and freshwater ecosystems in various European regions attributed at least in part to acid deposition originating fran air pollution.
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ADDRESS OF WELCOME
ACID DEPOSITION THE PRESENT SITUATION IN EUROPE
EFFECTS OF ACID DEPOSITION
REMARKS ON THE PAPER BY PROF ULRICH ON EFFECTS OF ACID DEPOSITION
ANSWER TO THE REMARKS OF MR ZIMMERMEYER
CHARACTERIZATION OF ACIDITY IN NATURAL WATERS
FORMATION OF ATMOSPHERIC ACIDITY
BACKGROUND PRECIPITATION ACIDITY
INVESTIGATION OF THE SOURCE REGIONS FOR ACID DEPOSITION IN THE NETHERLANDS
WET AND DRY DEPOSITION OF ACIDIC AND HEAVY METAL COMPONENTS IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
HEAVY ELEMENTS IN ACID RAIN
ACID INPUT TO A BEECH AND SPRUCE FOREST
FIELD MEASUREMENTS OF NO and NO₂ FLUXES TO AND FROM THE GROUND
STUDIES OF THE ACIDITY AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CLOUDS
PRELIMINARY MEASUREMENTS FROM AN AIRCRAFT INTO THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF CLOUDS
MODEL CALCULATIONS OF THE EFFECT OF SO₂ NOₓ OR HC EMISSION CHANGES ON REGIONAL SCALE SULPHATE AND NITRATE P...
TRENDS IN THE ACIDITY OF RAIN IN EUROPE A REEXAMINATION OF EUROPEAN ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY NETWORK DATA
TREND DEVELOPMENT OF PHECIPITATIONPH IN CENTRAL EUROPE
ACID PRECIPITATION OVER THE NETHERLANDS
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
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