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The Watt Committee on power turned lively in of the consequences on structures, for example. Proposals the learn of Acid Rain in the course of 1982. maybe the for motion may still consequently pay attention to measures in basic terms point of the topic that has develop into extra that promise a true development because of sure in the course of the next 5 years is that the expenditure. expression 'Acid Rain' is used loosely in public The Watt Committee's learn of this topic has been in levels. the 1st handled the character debate for a fancy of business and environ­ psychological phenomena. between those, Acid Rain within the of the matter, and culminated within the ebook hassle-free that means of the words-rain and of Watt Committee file No. 14 in 1984. that maybe snow having a considerably excessive point of document used to be divided into 4 sections, each one of acidity-is of basically restricted value. to symbolize which used to be ready by means of a sub-group of the operating this angle, as a result, the Watt Committee Ex­ staff: they dealt respectively with the destiny of air­ borne toxins, plants and soils, clean water ecutive made up our minds that the examine resulting in the current file could be entitled 'Air toxins, Acid Rain and remedial procedure. within the moment part, those and the Environment'. sub-groups have introduced their sections updated The Watt Committee's curiosity in Acid Rain and a 5th sub-group used to be appointed to check arises from the truth that, between its explanations, the structures and non-living materials.

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Similar data were obtained by Gee & Stoner in Wales. Egglishaw et al. have recently shown from an analysis of the Scottish salmon catch statistics that the recent decline in the numbers of salmon caught in various catchments is highly correlated with the extent of afforestation of the catchments concerned. In Galloway (Fig. , 1987). In addition, a number of lochs with pH < 5·5 appear to have declining trout populations, as indicated by the absence of juveniles in nursery streams and the absence of recent year classes in lochs.

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1986). Die Entwicklung des Gesundheitszustandes der Weisstanne auf 10 Beobachtungsflitchen in Ostbayern. Der Forst- und Holzwirt, 41, 580-2. INESON, P. (1983). The effect of airborne sulphur pollutants upon decomposition and nutrient release in forest soils. PhD thesis, University of Liverpool. INNES, J. (1987). Air pollution and forestry. Forestry Commission Bulletin, No. 70. INNES, J. , BINNS, W. O. & REDFERN, D. B. (1986). Forest health and air pollution: 1986 survey. Forestry Commission Research and Development Paper, No.

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