Chemical trends in coastal rivers of eastern Canada: En13-5/86-1E-PDF

"Since the early l970s, excess sulfate yields of rivers in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland have decreased considerably, and the pHs of those rivers not dominated by organic acids have risen accordingly. Rates of wet deposition of excess sulfate in these areas have been monitored over a shorter time period, but from l98l to I983, have decreased dramatically at Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia"--Exec. summary.

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Title Chemical trends in coastal rivers of eastern Canada
Series Title NWRI contribution ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note "January 1986". "This manuscript was presented at the Hudson River Foundation Conference on Acidification and Anadromous Fish of the Atlantic Estuaries and submitted to the Water, Air, and Soil Pollution Journal for publication and the contents are subject to change". "Control No. AP229". Digitized edition from print [produced by Environment and Climate Change Canada].
Date 1986.
Number of Pages 8, [3] p.
Catalogue Number
  • En13-5/86-1E-PDF
Subject Terms Rivers, Water quality