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Representing the complaints of the foreign Speciality convention ''Acid Rain study; can we have sufficient answers?'', this booklet offers a priceless end to the coordinated learn on acidification within the Netherlands from 1985 to 1994. The e-book makes a speciality of atmospheric deposition, results of acid deposition on woodland ecosystems within the Netherlands, and destiny acidification examine. distinct realization is given to: trace gases; ammonia; and particle deposition; and the general review of deposition so much to ecosystems and soils can also be discussed.

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Res. 87, c l l , 88338837. , Schwartz S. B. J. Landsberg (1976). In: Vegetation and the Atmosphere Volume 2, Monteith Editor Academic Press London, 171-240 Analytical Methods Committee (1989) Part 1. Basic Concepts Part 2. Inter-laboratory Trials, Analyst. December 1989 vol. , H. Coe, S. W. M. Beswick, C. Dore, J. Duyzer, H. Weststrate, K. O. Jensen, P. Hummelshoj (1994) Proceedings of Eurotrac Symposium '94, P. , E. Steingrover (1991). Heij and J. W Erisman (Editors). Acid Rain Research: Do we have enough answers?

_... 5.... ,_...... 25 z/L Figure 5. Flux-profile functions Qc over Speulderbos. The drawn line indicates classical functions according to equations ( 3 ) and (4) using indicated values for a. The results for ozone for the 30-35 m interval are displayed in Figure 5. The results for this height interval compare reasonably well with the results for this interval for heat. The uncertainty due to scatter however is much larger. For the other height intervals the scatter is even worse. For the interval 24-35 metre the comparison between heat and ozone is quite good.

When the leaves come out it will increase with about 5, which is the LAI efficient for CO,. The surface resistance to water vapour was calculated according to equations 2 and 3 after subtraction of the saturated water vapour concentration a t the surface temperature. The canopy stomata1 resistance was calculated by conversion of the resistance to water vapour to resistance to carbon dioxide according to the relation: where D, is the molecular diffusivity of COZand D,,, the molecular diffusivity of water vapour.

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