Biogeochemical Monitoring in Small Catchments: Refereed papers from BIOGEOMON, The Symposium on Ecosystem Behaviour: Evaluation of Integrated Moni by Jir CernBiogeochemical Monitoring in Small Catchments: Refereed papers from BIOGEOMON, The Symposium on Ecosystem Behaviour: Evaluation of Integrated Moni by Jir Cern

Biogeochemical Monitoring in Small Catchments: Refereed papers from BIOGEOMON, The Symposium on…

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The BIOGEOMON conference, held in Prague, September 1993, was dedicated to the use of geochemistry and biology in the elucidation of biogeochemical processes in the context of research on small catchments, which are natural systems that lend themselves to the study of environmental problems at the ecosystem level. Biogeochemical Monitoring in Small Catchments, which contains reviewed papers from the conference, includes long-term studies of nutrient cycling in forested catchments, effects of anthropogenic action on streamwater chemistry, stable isotope studies for tracing biogeochemical processes, determination of the process rates, and mathematical modelling of ecosystem behaviour and mass fluxes. For research scientists and students of ecology, biology, hydrology and geochemistry as well as professionals in natural resources management.
Title:Biogeochemical Monitoring in Small Catchments: Refereed papers from BIOGEOMON, The Symposium on…Format:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.01 inPublished:October 14, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Preface. Monitoring:- Long Term Development of Element Budgets in a Norway Spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) Forest of the German Solling Area; B. Manderscheid, E. Matzner, K.-J. Meiwes, Y. Xu. Ion Mass Budgets for Small Forested Catchments in Finland; M. Forsius, S. Kleemola, M. Starr, T. Ruoho-Airola. Mid-Term Trends in Acid Precipitation, Streamwater Chemistry and Element Budgets in the Strengbach Catchment, Vosges Mountains, France; A. Probst, B. Fritz, D. Viville. Spatial and Temporal Variability of Algal and Lichen Epiphytes on Trees in Relation to Pollutant Deposition in Sweden; S. Bråckenhielm, L. Qinghong. Comparison of Field Methods in Vegetation Monitoring; S. Bråckenhielm, L. Qinghong. Historical Rates of Atmospheric Pb Deposition Using 210Pb Dated Peat Cores: Corroboration, Computation, and Interpretation; M.A. Vile, M.J.V. Novák, E. Brizová, R.K. Wieder, W.R. Schell. Catchment Manipulations and Biogeochemical Studies:- Solute Fluxes and Sulfur Cycling in Forested Catchments in SW Germany as Influenced by Experimental (NH4)2SO4 Treatments; K.H. Feger. Randomized Intervention Analysis of the Response of the West Bear Brook Watershed, Maine, to Chemical Manipulations; V. Uddameri, S.A. Norton, J.S. Kahl, J.P. Scofield. Stream Chemistry Impacts of Conifer Harvesting in Welsh Catchments; B. Reynolds, P.A. Stevens, S. Hughes, J.A. Parkinson, S. Weatherley. Biotic and Abiotic Processes Controlling Water Chemistry during Snowmelt at Rabbit Ears, Rocky Mountains, Colorado, U.S.A.; N.E. Peters, G. Leavesley. The Relationship between Dissolved Organic Matter and Percolation Water Chemistry in Northern Finland; A.-J. Lindroos, J. Derome, K. Niska. Retention and Mobility of Cations in a Small Peatland: Trends and Mechanisms; N.R. Urban, E.S. Verry, S.J. Eisenreich. Isotopes as Tracers:- Sulfur Isotope Dynamics in a High-Elevation Catchment, West Glacier Lake, Wyoming; J.B. Finley, J.I. Drever, J.T. Turk. Transformation of Simulated Wet Sulfate Deposition in Forest Soils assessed by a Core Experiment Using Stable Sulfur Isotopes; J. Prietzel, B. Mayer, H.R. Krouse, K.E. Rehfuess, P. Fritz. Sulfur and Oxygen Isotope Ratios in Sulfate during an Acidification Reversal Study at Lake Gårdsjön, Western Sweden; C.-M. Mörth, P. Torssander. &dgr;34S, &dgr;18O, and &dgr;D in Shallow Groundwater: Tracing Anthropogenic Sulfate and Accompanying Groundwater/Rock Interactions; C. van Donkelaar, I.E. Hutcheon, H.R. Krouse. Modeling Excess Sulfur Deposition on Wetland Soils Using Stable Sulfur Isotopes; M.D. Morgan. The Use of Natural Strontium Isotopes as Tracers in Environmental Studies; G. Åberg. Modeling:- Modeling Perspective of the Deforestation Impact in Stream Water Quality of Small Preserved Forested Areas in the Amazonian Rainforest; M.C. Forti, C. Neal, A. Jenkins. Long-Term Sulfate Dynamics at Lange Bramke (Harz) Used for Testing Two Acidification Models; H. Lange, M. Hauhs, S. Schmidt. Uncertainties in Long-Term Predictions of Forest Soil Acidification Due to Neglecting Seasonal Variability; J. Kros, J.E. Groenenberg, W. de Vries, C. van der Salm. Developing a Kinetic Alternative in Modeling Soil Aluminum; M. Alveteg, H. Sverdrup, P. Warfvinge. Three-Component Model of Runoff Generation, Lysina Catchment, Czech Republic; F. Bruzek, J. Hruška, P. Krám. Measurements and Modeling of Tracer Transport in a Sandy Soil; R.K. Saxena, N.J. Jarvis.