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Effects of canopy-deposition interaction on H(+) supply to soils in Pinus banksiana and Populus tremuloides ecosystems in the Athabasca oil sands region in Alberta, Canada Open Access

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Jung, K.
Chang, S. X.
Arshad, M. A.
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acid deposition
through fall
soil acidification
canopy budget mode
canopy leaching
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English
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2011
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Jung, K., Chang, S. X., & Arshad, M. A. (2011). Effects of canopy-deposition interaction on H(+) supply to soils in Pinus banksiana and Populus tremuloides ecosystems in the Athabasca oil sands region in Alberta, Canada. Environmental Pollution, 159(5), 1327-1333. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2011.01.012
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