Forestry and surface water acidification
Forests and forest management practices can affect surface water acidification in a number of ways. The primary mechanism is the ability of tree canopies to capture more sulphur and nitrogen...
Do forests acidify waters?
Primary causes of acidification, areas affected in UK and impact of forests
Managing forests in acid sensitive water catchments
Atmospheric pollution in the form of acid deposition has been dramatically reduced since international controls on emissions were introduced in the 1980s. However, acidification still affects acid-sensitive regions of the...
Modelling the long-term response of stream water chemistry to atmospheric pollution and forestry practices in Galloway, SW Scotland
Report assessing the long term role of forestry in relation to the acidification and recovery of soil and surface water. It targets some of the most acid impacted head waters...