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Effects of acid-forming emissions on soil microorganisms and microbially-mediated processes
|Other titles||Acid Deposition Research Program, biophysical research.|
|Statement||by S. Visser, R.M. Danielson and J.F. Parr.|
|Series||ADRP-B -- 02-87, ADRP-B (Series) -- v. 2|
|Contributions||Danielson, R. M., Parr, J. F. 1929-, Kananaskis Centre for Environmental Research., Alberta Government/Industry Acid Deposition Research Program.|
|LC Classifications||TD196.A25 V57 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 86 p. --|
|Number of Pages||86|
|ISBN 10||0921625049, 0921625022|
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[S Visser; R M Danielson; J F Parr; Kananaskis Centre for Environmental Research.; Acid Deposition Research Program (Alta.)].
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Full text of "Acidic deposition and the environment: a literature overview" See other formats. Alexander, M. Effects of acidity on microorganisms and microbial processes in soil.
In T.C. Hutchenson and M. Havas, eds., Effects of Acid Precipitation on Terrestrial Ecosystems. Plenum Press, New York, pp.
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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Air pollution discussions often focus on how a particular part of the troposphere or stratosphere deviates in quality from a norm.
Such deviations vary by scale: air pollution influencing a single-cell organism may be a few cubic nanometers (nm 3) in volume, whereas the atmosphere influencing and being influenced by biome shift encompasses many cubic kilometers (km 3). Microbially-mediated arsenic (As) transformation in soils affects As speciation and plant uptake.
However, little is known about the impacts of As on bacterial communities and their functional. Although the effects of acid rain were generally not significant, there was a trend toward increased aboveground biomass and leaf area in seedlings subjected to the low pH treatments.
VtUTDC2A23 vol. 2 Effects of acid-forming emissions on soil microorganisms and microbially-mediated processes. Visser, S.; Danielson, R. M.; Parr. If sulfur or other acid-forming material is added to an alkaline soil, H + replaces the metal cations on the soil colloids and the soil pH decreases.
If a water-soluble fertilizer (containing KCl, for example) is applied on soil, K + may be adsorbed on the colloid and will replace an equivalent quantity of Ca 2+, H +, and other metals that Cited by: 5.
These characteristics of ThorntonÂ’s Cave therefore make it an excellent environment in which to study the effects of biotic activity on H2CO3-driven dissolution processes; however, because organic matter is prevalent in this system, and because other sources of chemical energy from reduced ions (e.g., NH4 +, SO4 2- S2- S, and Fe2+) are.
Organic Acids Regulation of Chemical–Microbial Phosphorus Transformations in SoilsCited by: Little is known about the effects of elevated pressure on bioleaching microorganisms as it is not used in existing biomining processes. Aino-Maija Lakaniemi, of Tampere University of Technology, Finland, discussed the effect of elevated pressures of 1, 10 and 20 bar above atmospheric pressure on the biooxidation of a low-grade gold ore in a.
Therefore, biological science is a key component of environmental science and environmental chemistry The role of life in environmental science is discussed in numerous parts of this book.
For example, the crucial effects of microorganisms on aquatic chemistry are covered in. Biotic processes include assimilation by vegetation, plankton, periphyton, and microorganisms. Abiotic processes include sedimentation, adsorption by soils, precipitation, and exchange processes between soil and the overlying water column (Reddy, ; Reddy and Delaune, ).
The present book describes the role of colloidal systems in environmental protection in areas like drinking water, wastewater treatment, heavy metal remediation, treatment of contaminated soils, abatement of pesticide contamination in food and soil, protection against radioactive materials, corrosion.
Biotic processes include assimilation by vegetation, plankton, periphyton, and microorganisms. Abiotic processes include sedimentation, adsorption by soils, precipitation, and exchange processes between soil and the overlying water column (Reddy et al.; Reddy and Delaune ).
Production of H 2 S is most common where sulfate rocks are exposed to hydrocarbons. Sulfates are reduced carbonates.
Calcite supersaturation is a common result. Below ~80C the reduction process must be microbially mediated, but above about C it can be spontaneous (Machel, ). H 2 S is one of the most soluble gases. Cycle in Soil–Plant Systems The cycle of a nutrient in the soil–plant system can be defined as addition, transformation, and uptake by plants, loss from the soil–plant system, and.
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