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The model results are presented in Chapter 6 of this final report. Three taxa, Mor, Moder, and Mull, are recognized at the order level and are differentiated according to the type of F horizon and the relative prominence of organic-enriched A horizons. Relationships are not always straight forward. Wet acid deposition is calculated from measurement data supplied by the National Precipitation Monitoring Network. Locally the contribution can be even higher. The sensitivity to frost and the sensitivity to plagues and diseases, for instance, can be influenced by the level of exposure to air pollutiodacid deposition through a disturbance of the nument balance in soil solution and needles.

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Nitrogen deposition

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

On the basis of longrunning experiments with high nitrogen doses, it is to be expected that this increased growth of nitrogen-loving plants will continue in the event of unchanged N deposition Van Dobben and Dirkse, 1989. The concentrations and the deposition wet and dry fluxes of these acidifying pollutants and their reaction products cause an impact on the environment. The differences between the estimated emissions for 1982 by Buijsman et al. This value is lower than the current annual average value for the Netherlands about 10 pg. Within the Dutch Priority Programme on Acidification it has been decided to estimate the total ammonia emission by using the consistent set of emission factors of the Werkgroep. This has a positive effect on the above-ground growth and leads to an increased sensitivity to drought. Results are all based on experiments with seedlings growing either in solution cultures or in greenhouse pots.

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acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

For Scots pine the critical value was found to be slightly higher about 2. After this relation has been established, critical deposition levels see Figure 4. About one third of this 4800 rnol consists of wet deposition and two thirds consists of dry deposition. Uptake and retention of sulphate is therefore usually negligible. Differences are only found for heavily loaded areas, where measured concentrations are systematically higher than the estimates. The research on ammonia emissions was focused on the development of methods to measure and quantify ammonia emissions from different sources. Likewise, acidic habitats are particularly prone to damage through both eutrophication and the different capacities of plants both to utilize and to buffer against this nitrogen enrichment.

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The deposition of atmospheric ammonia and its effects on plants

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

Exposure of young Douglas f ir to 0 3 concentrations over 200 pg. Studies have shown fertilisation consistently increases glutamine Ceulemans, Hulsmans, Van den Ende, et al. Blackwell, Roland Bol, David V. For each of the themes, a separate report has been written, summarizing the results of all projects within each theme. Steven et al, 2011 found that changes in both species occurrence and three ecosystem function indices canopy height, specific leaf area and Ellenberg N often occur at low levels of N deposition 100 sites on nature reserves from 1993-96 with 2006-09. Thermophilous organisms that develop in the spring, such as butterflies hibernating eggs or larvae, are particularly sensitive to microclimate cooling.

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Increase in abundance and species richness of flies (Diptera, Brachycera) in the Lake Engure Nature Park, Latvia: effects of climate warming? : Proceedings of the Latvian Academy of Sciences. Section B. Natural, Exact, and Applied Sciences.

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

Within the soil modelling activities project 113 , attention has been paid to critical loads and levels too. The research on emissions after landspreading shows a wide variation in ammonia losses during and after surface application of manure. Storage of solid manure from layers and broilers can cause considerable ammonia emission, which is not included in the measurements. In some areas deposition levels are higher than in the rest of the country; the relationship between these levels and the pattern of N H 3 emissions Figure 2. Discrepancies are caused mainly by a difference in handling forest filtering and denitrification. Since quantative data on the spatial variability of component-specific surface resistances are still lacking, this value is assumed to be constant for the Netherlands as a whole in the assessment of the deposition factors.

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Nitrogen deposition

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

For instance forb flowering times have been observed to accelerate Cleland et al. Recent measurements , however, have shown that emissions from a stable floor polluted with freshly excreted urine are at least of the same importance. This would make the determination of the highly uncertain and difficult to determine net available energy redundant. . Suffering and Protection edited by G. Lantinga, Bedding additives reduce ammonia emission and improve crop N uptake after soil application of solid cattle manure , Journal of Environmental Management , 10. As in the first phase programme, the contributions from the research institutes themselves were substantial.

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Introduction

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

Keizer Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and Environment Drs. The values are the estimate, or coefficient, given by the models. It is argued that because of the processes of assimilation and nitrification this ammonia is an acidifying pollutant. With regard to wet heathland vegetations, calculationresults of Scenarios2 and 3 show that, at a sod-cutting frequency of once per 25 years, these vegetations can compete in all areas during the period 2000 - 2050. Oledzki 14 Principles of Environmental Science and Technology by S.

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Acid Atmospheric Deposition and its Effects on Terrestrial Ecosystems in The Netherlands, Studies in Environmental Science. Heij, G.J.; Erisman, J.W. (Elsevier Science, 1997)

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

In Western Europe, especially in The Netherlands, eutrophication of terrestrial ecosystems results largely from atmospheric ammonia deposition volatilized from intensive agricultural systems dairy farming and intensive animal husbandry Asman, 1987; Buijsman et al. Therefore, they are difficult to detect. Zoeteman 13 Man under Vibration. This linkage is necessary in order to make a more realistic risk evaluation. In order to increase confidence in model predictions on large spatial scales, the model was calibrated and validated for the Netherlands, using a resolution that is feasible for Europe as a whole. This could be further validated with additional data collected on the functional composition of invertebrate communities for which information is lacking using techniques such as structural equation modelling 3.

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Effects of Acid Atmospheric Deposition on Ecosystems in the Netherlands

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

The average deposition level in the Netherlands in the year 2000 in the abovementioned emission scenario for the Netherlands and Europe. The annual vitality survey serves mainly as an indicator. These values will increase further if whole-tree rather than stem-only harvesting is employed and will be greater in areas where stand rotation lengths are relatively short e. The values are the estimate, or coefficient, given by the models. The roughness map leads to an increase in dry deposition, since the concentrations are related to the spatial extent of the roughness. The results of recent throughfall measurements, which were carried out in several forest stands distributed over the Netherlands, have been compared with estimates for the grids in which these stands are situated, for the period 1987 - 1989 approximately Erisman, 1990.

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Acid Atmospheric Deposition and its Effects on Terrestrial Ecosystems in The Netherlands, Volume 69

acid atmospheric deposition and its effects on terrestrial ecosystems in the netherl ands heij g j erisman j w

Therefore, the amount of manure applied in this way should not exceed plant uptake during the growing season. A marginal nutrients supply greatly increases the sensitivity of Douglas fir to 0 3. With regard to the direct effects of pH and A1 on free-living nematodes eelworms , laboratory experiments have shown that a continuing acidification of the soil will strongly affect the survival probability of nematodes in acid forest soils. The chapter moves from small-scale to large-scale: first the effects in laboratory-scale studies are described, then the effects in the field, both at stand level and on a regional scale. Indeed, a very active area of research relates to assessing the critical loading of nitrogen in acid sensitive catchments which varies over time in relation to factors such as climate variability, changing patterns of acidification and land use change Wright and Rasmussen, 1998a,b; Tietema et al. Van den Burg and Kiewiet 1989 found that, in the period 1956 - 1988, the N content of the needles of Scots pine and Douglas fii in the Peel area increased to 1. Analysis of 2700 tree cores from 11 forest stands only resulted in indications of pollution stress for one stand with Douglas f i i and Norway spruce.

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