Podrobnosti záznamu

Název
   Biogeomon, 4th International Symposium on Ecosystem Behaviour. Book of conference abstracts
Nakladatel
    The University of Reading
    The University of Reading, in conjunction with Czech Geological Survey, Prague, Czech Republic, and Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA
    The University of Reading, UK
    University of Reading
Místo vydání
    Reading
    Reading, Velká Británie
    The University of Reading
    The University of Reading, UK
Datum vydání
    2002
ISBN
    0-7049-1023-3
Klíčové slovo
    4th
    Abstracts
    Behaviour
    Biogeomon
    Book
    Conference
    Ecosystem
    International
    Symposium
Části této monografie
    Application of dynamic acidification models to a pair of heavily polluted catchments in the western Czech Republic - comparing MAGIC and SAFE predictions
    Behavior of sulfur isotopes in the atmosphere, forest soils and mosses across Europe
    A biogeochemical comparison of two well-buffered catchments with contrasting histories of acid deposition
    Climate warming accelerates decrease of aluminium concentrations in acidified lakes
    Extensive regional decrease of nitrate in central-European mountain streamwater
    The Fate and Stability of Peatland Sulfur Stores as Determined through Stable Sulfur Isotopes and a Transplant Experiment
    Geomorphology as a key factor to freshwater recovery: the SUNFLOW model
    The influence of the tree composition and management practices on nutrient status of forest ecosystems: a comparative study between virgin beech-dominated and managed spruce stands
    Isotopic composition of salt efflorescence from the non-carbonate arenites exposed in rock cities of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin (Czech Republic)
    Lake sediment evidence of air pollution from pre-historic copper and bronze production
    Palynological and palaeoalgological study of the lakes in the Czech Republic
    Streamwater recovery from acidification in the Black Triangle 1. Regional changes in the Slavkov Forest, Czech Republic between 1991 and 2001
    Streamwater recovery from acidification in the Black Triangle 2. Monitoring of long-term changes in two small catchments with contrasting vulnerability
    Streamwater recovery from acidification in the Black triangle. 3) Modeling of long-term changes in two small catchments with contrasting vulnerability
    Streamwater recovery from acidification in the Black Triangle. Part 2) Monitoring of long-term changes in two small catchments with contrasting vulnerability
    Sulfur isotopes in 13 small catchments after 13 years of decreasing air pollution
    Trends in sulphur and nitrogen deposition fluxes: GEOMON network, Czech Republic
    Use of sulphur-35 to study rates of migration of atmospheric sulphate at Jezeri Catchment, Czech Republic