Indicative properties of fly-ash affected forest soils in Northeastern Germany

@inproceedings{Klose2001IndicativePO,
  title={Indicative properties of fly-ash affected forest soils in Northeastern Germany},
  author={Susanne Klose and Juliane Koch and Ernst B{\"a}ucker and Franz Makeschin},
  year={2001}
}
Many forest ecosystems in Germany are strongly influenced by emissions of pollutants like SO2 and alkaline dusts. To quantify and evaluate the consequences of long-term fly ash deposition on forest soils, a study was conducted in pine stands (Pinus sylvestris) in the Dubener Heide in Northeastern Germany. This forest area has been influenced mainly by emissions from coal-fired power plants and the chemical industry of the industrial region Bitterfeld-Wolfen-Zschornewitz since the early 1900… CONTINUE READING

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