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Tendencies of change in the chemistry of precipitation at three monitoring stations 1996-1999

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This study compares the results of three stations differing greatly in geography, and tendencies of change in the chemistry of precipitation (open and throughfall) in the years 1996-1999. The mean annual pH is lower than 5.2, and often drops below 4.6. A distinct decline in the concentrations of sulphate ions at all the stations is observed.
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p.467-472,fig.
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  • Ecological Station of Adam Mickiewicz University, Jeziory, 62-051 Mosina, Poland
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