Introduction to the SANA-Project; K. Bellmann, R. Grothe. Site description; R.F. Huttl, K. Bellmann. Nutrient element distribution in the above-ground biomass of Scots pine stands; H.-P. Ende, R.F. Huttl. Response of sulphur- and nitrogen-containing compounds in Scots pine needles; H. Schulz, et al. Photosynthetic capacity, respiration and water use efficiency in Scots pine stands; G.E. Dudel, et al. Tree canopy and field layer transpiration in Scots pine stands; D. Luttschwager, et al. Hydraulic architecture of Scots pine; S. Rust, et al. Estimating fine root production of Scots pine stands; F. Strubelt, et al. Mycorrhizal morphotypes of Scots pine stands; B. Munzenberger, R.F. Huttl. Decomposition of needle, herb, and root litter and Of-layer humus in Scots pine stands; C. Bergmann, et al. Seasonal variability of organic matter and N input with litterfall in Scots stands; C. Bergmann, et al. Soil chemical response to drastical reductions in deposition and its effects on the element budgets of Scots pine ecosystems; M. Weisdorfer, et al. Radial increment growth of Scots pine stands; U. Neumann, G. Wenk. Modelling of carbon, nitrogen, and water balances in Scots pine stands; R. Grote. The long-term change of the soil status under the influence of industrial deposition in Scots pine stands of the Dubener Heide; A. Konopatzky, C. Freyer. A landscape model for the investigation of atmogenic pollution effects on the dynamics of Scots pine ecosystems; M. Erhard, M. Flechsig. Synopsis; K. Bellmann, R. Grote. Concluding remarks; K. Bellmann, R.F. Huttl.