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   Biogeomon : the 5th International Symposium on Ecosystem Behavior : University of California, Santa Cruz, California, U.S.A., June 25-30, 2006 : conference program and abstracts
    Czech Geological Survey
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    Atmospheric deposition in spruce forests in Bohemia - the filtering approach
    Behavior of nitrogen and carbon isotopes in an 18-month peat transplant experiment between a polluted and unpolluted wetland
    Calcium and strontium isotope signals in forest soil environments during recovery from anthropogenic acidification
    Climate change and mobilization of mercury in forest soil: Effects of artificially increased precipitation on mercury and methylmercury in run off
    Contrasting chemical response to artificial acidification of five acidsensitive streams
    The development of mean water chemistry and the significance of acid episodes during 15 years of declining acid deposition
    Downward nitrate trends in drainage water at Lysina, Czech Rep.
    The effect of N and P addition on vegetation in two deciduous forests on base-rich soil
    Entropy production on productive and non-productive surfaces
    Holocene reconstruction of lead deposition and vegetation cover as indicators of climate changes in Central Europe
    Increased nitrogen in runoff and soil following fourteen years of experimentally-increased nitrogen deposition to a coniferous-forested catchment at Gardsjön, Sweden
    Increasing silicon concentrations in Bohemian Forest lakes
    Isotopic 13C fractionation in soil as connected with microbial metabolism
    Lead and its isotopic analysis in bark pocket as anthropogenic indicator of atmospheric inputs to landscape
    Long-term changes and trends in precipitation input to Czech landscapes
    MAGIC library - a novel tool to assess acidification of lakes in Sweden
    Mercury distribution and speciation at three contrasting sites in the Czech Republic
    Modeling of tree species influence on long-term soil acidification (Načetín, Ore Mts., Czech Republic)
    Monitoring and assessment of air pollution effects on a European scale in the framework of the convention on long-range transboundary air pollution
    Occult precipitation in the highest mountains of the Czech Republic: Monitoring, assessment and time variation
    Peat bog water chemistry
    Photochemical release of metal species in stream waters
    Photochemical source of aluminum for sediments and its long-term impact on internal phosphorus cycling
    Reconstruction of nitrate pollution of water resources using 15N and 18O data - case studies
    Recovery from acidification during ten years of the covered catchment experiment at Gardsjön, Sweden, followed by four years after the roof was removed
    Retention and accumulation of arsenic in ecosystems along the arsenic deposition gradient, Czech Republic
    Secondary soil phases controlling surface water chemistry during experimental acidification at the Bear Brook Watershed in Maine, USA
    Soil Mg and Ca depletion as a result of experimental litter raking in two spruce forests, Czech Republic
    Spatial and temporal changes in aluminum, iron, and base cations during an acidic episode at East Bear Brook, Maine USA
    Speciation of Al, Fe, and P in recent sediment of three Maine lakes, USA
    Spectral analysis of coniferous foliage and possible links to soil chemistry: can remote sensing of foliage predict variation in soil C and N chemistry?
    Stability of arsenic species in soils contaminated naturally and in an anthropogenic manner
    Stream water recovery in the Czech Republic? - Results from the GEOMON network of catchments
    Sulfate oxygen isotopes in Central European forests and wetlands
    Sulfur retention in various compartments of forest ecosystems along a pollution gradient
    Surface ozone measurements using the diffusive samplers in mountain forested areas of the Czech Republic
    Trend assessment of deposition, throughfall and runoff water chemistry at the ICP-IM station Kosetice, Czech Republic
    Twelve years of hydrochemical monitoring of the GEOMON network, Czech Republic
    The use of bio-indication methods for monitoring a model river basin in the GEOMON system in the Czech Republic
    Use of organic sediments of Stará jímka to study climatic changes during 15, 000 years (Bohemian/Bavarian Forest, Czech Republic)
    Using sulfur and lead isotope ratios to trace the movement of a groundwater contamination plume: Toxic waste repository Pozdatky, Czech Republic