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Patterns of streamwater acidity in Lye Brook Wilderness, Vermont, USAAuthor(s): John L. Campbell; Christopher Eagar; William H. McDowell
Source: Environmental Management. 30(2): 234-248.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionUnder the United States Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977, a class I designation safeguards wilderness areas from the negative effects of new sources of air pollution. We monitored streamwater chemistry in the class I Lye Brook Wilderness in southwestern Vermont from May 1994 through August 1995. Stream samples were collected biweekly at nine sampling locations throughout the wilderness and were analyzed for major cations and anions, dissolved organic carbon, pH, and acid-neutralizing capacity.
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CitationCampbell, John L.; Eagar, Christopher; McDowell, William H. 2002. Patterns of streamwater acidity in Lye Brook Wilderness, Vermont, USA. Environmental Management. 30(2): 234-248.
Keywordsacidic deposition, cation exchange capacity, stream chemistry, watershed, wetland, wilderness
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