Experimental Watershed Liming Study

Experimental Watershed Liming Study

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This volume is a series of papers summarizing the results of the Experimental Watershed Liming Study (EWLS). The EWLS was initiated in 1989 to investigate the application of calcium carbonate (limestone) to upland and wetland forests as a strategy to mitigate the acidity of lake water and improve fisheries. Woods Lake, in the Adirondack region of New York U. S. A. , is the site of long-term studies of surface water acidification. This whole-ecosystem manipulation was designed to be a comprehensive evaluation of the chemical and biological response of uplands, wetlands and surface waters to calcium carbonate treatment. A multidisciplinary project team conducted this investigation, including researchers from Clarkson University, Cornell University, the Institute for Ecosystem Studies, Smith College, EWLS was conceived by Syracuse University and U. S. Geological Survey. The Bob Brocksen and others from Living Lakes Inc. and Don Porcella of the Electric Power Research Institute. Financial support for the EWLS was provided by Living Lakes Inc. , the Electric Power Research Institute, the Empire State Electric Energy Research Corporation, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U. S. Geological Survey. vii Biogeochemistry 32: 143-174, 1996. (c) 1996 Kluwer Academic Publishers. The Experimental Watershed Liming Study: Comparison of lake and watershed neutralization strategies 1 4 C. T. DRISCOLU, C. P. CIRM0 ,2, T. J. FAHEy3, V. L. BLETTE , 6 1 P. A. BUKAVECKAS5, D. A. BURNS , C. P.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 248 pages
  • 160.02 x 241.3 x 17.78mm | 612.35g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • Reprinted from BIOGEOCHEMISTRY 32:3, 1996
  • VII, 248 p.
  • 079234071X
  • 9780792340713

Table of contents

The Experimental Watershed Liming Study: Comparison of Lake and Watershed Neutralization Strategies; C.T. Driscoll, et al. Effects of Watershed Liming on the Soil Chemistry of Woods Lake, New York; V.L. Blette, R.M. Newton. Forest Soil Solutions: Acid/Base Chemistry and Response to Calcite Treatment; R.G. Geary, C.T. Driscoll. Watershed Liming Effects on the Forest Floor N Cycle; J.A. Simmons, et al. Peat and Solution Chemistry Responses to CaCO3 Application in Wetlands Next to Woods Lake, New York; J.B. Yavitt, T.J. Fahey. The Impacts of a Watershed CaCO3 Treatment on Stream and Wetland Biogeochemistry in the Adirondack Mountains; C.P. Cirmo, C.T. Driscoll. Effect of Whole Catchment Liming on the Episodic Acidification of Two Adirondack Streams; R.M. Newton, et al. Comparison of Brook Trout Reproductive Success and Recruitment in an Acidic Adirondack Lake Following Whole Lake Liming and Watershed Liming; C.L. Schofield, C. Keleher. The Effects of Liming an Adirondack Lake Watershed on Downstream Water Chemistry. Effects of Liming on Stream Chemistry; D.A. Burns. Application of the Integrated Lake-Watershed Acidification Study Model to Watershed Liming at Woods Lake, New York; V.L. Blette, R.M. Newton.
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Review quote

`This book is a must for all scientists interested in the physico-chemical aspects of treatments of acidified ecosystems.'
International Journal of Environment Pollution, 9:4 (1998)
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