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Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield Lakes

Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield Lakes

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acid rain.,
  • Water -- Pollution.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprincipal investigator: Fred J. Tanis.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180577.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15399527M

    ERIM NASA PROGRESS REPORT SPATIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ACID RAIN STRESS IN CANADIAN SHIELD LAKES NASA Contract: NAS Principal Investigator: Fred J. Tanis Reporting Period: August 1, to February 1, 1.O OBJECTIVE The acidification of lake waters from airborne pollutants is of.   Acid Rain Has Turned Canadian Lakes into a Kind of Jelly. John Metcalfe; Novem Acid rain caused by smelting operations and .

    Start studying Canada - Geography and Environmental Issues - Part A. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Canadian Shield. Due to climate, natural resources (trade & jobs) and geography, most Canadians live Which of the following are causes of the acid rain and pollution of the Great Lakes. Acid rain has lingering impact on Canadian lakes: study Declining levels of calcium in North American lakes, caused in part by acid rain, are having a lasting impact on the food web of these.

    Acid Rain and Pollution of the Great Lakes, the Extraction and Use of Natural Resources on the Canadian Shield, and Timber Resources. Standards SS6G7 The student will discuss environmental issues in Canada. a. Explain the major environmental concerns ofFile Size: 2MB. Long-term temporal trends and spatial patterns in the acid-base chemistry of lakes in the Adirondack region of New York in response to decreases in acidic deposition. D.C. BusoLong-term effects of acid rain: response and recovery of a forest ecosystem. Science, (), pp. Cited by:


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Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield Lakes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Microfiche: Tanis, Fred J. Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield Lakes. 1 microfiche (OCoLC) Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield Lakes. 1 online resource (14 p.) (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fred J Tanis; United.

AIREX: Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield Lakes The acidification of lake waters from airborne pollution is of continental proportions both in North America and Europe.

A major concern of the acid rain problem is the cumulative ecosystem damage to lakes and forest. AIREX: Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield lakes The acidification of lake waters from airborne pollutants is of continental proportions both in North America and Europe.

A major concern of the acid rain problem is the cumulative ecosystem damage to lakes and forest. An analysis was performed to interpret the spatial aspects of lake acidification.

Three types of relationships were investigated based upon the August to May seasonal scene pairing. In the first type of analysis ANOVA was used to examine the mean Thematic Mapper band one count by ecophysical strata.

AIREX: Spatial and spectral characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield lakes Results from this study demonstrate that a remote sensor can discriminate lake clarity based upon reflection.

The basic hypothesis was that seasonal and multiyear changes in lake optical transparency are indicative of sensitivity to acidic deposition. A major concern of the acid rain problem is the cumulative ecosystem damage to lakes and forest.

The number of lakes affected in northeastern U.S. and on the Canadian Shield is though to be : William Shilts. Book. Jan ; Modeling of apparent hydro-optical properties and retrievals of water quality in the Great Lakes for SeaWiFS: A comparison with in situ measurements Spatial characterization of.

The Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) provides high-quality observations for earth science studies in regional and global resources assessments. A considerable body of research results shows that TM data can meet geodetic requirements for map products ofscale and by: 2. Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield lakes.

By Fred J. Tanis. Abstract. A major concern of the acid rain problem is the cumulative ecosystem damage to lakes and forests. The number of lakes affected in northeastern United States and on the Canadian Shield is thought to be enormous. Seasonal changes in lake Author: Fred J.

Tanis. The acidification of lake waters from airborne pollutants is of continental proportions both in North America and Europe. A major concern of the acid rain problem is the cumulative ecosystem damage to lakes and forest. The number of lakes affected in northeastern United States and on the Canadian Shield is though to be : Fred J.

Tanis. Get this from a library. Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield lakes: NASA progress report, reporting period, August 1, to February 1, [Fred J Tanis; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Landsat Views of Sudbury (Canada) Area Acidic and Nonacidic Lakes Article in Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49(S1) April with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Spatial and spectral characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield lakes.

Acid-sensitive lakes have high concentrations of aluminum which have been mobilized by acidic components contained in the runoff. Thus seasonal changes in the optical transparency of lakes should provide an indication of the stress due to acid Author: Frederick J.

Tanis and Elizabeth J. Marshall. Not Exactly: A Canadian scientist explains how acid rain is still making its mark We can all agree that acid rain isn’t quite the media buzzword it once was.

However, while it may not feature as prominently in popular environmental discourse as it did back in its arguable heyday of the s, the impacts of acid rain are still playing out in.

Long sediment cores (>1 m) were collected from eight Precambrian Shield lakes in southern Ontario, Canada and analyzed for mercury (Hg), loss-on-ignition (LOI), and a suite of 36 other elements. Canadian pollution 2 mining in the canadian shield happened in thed canadian shield.

5 it doesn't affect people badly but it destroys structures and kills and pollutes lakes so they are uninhabitable for fish. 2 The cause was miners mining minerals in the shield and dumping all. Spatial Variation in the Optical Properties of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) in Lakes on the Canadian Precambrian Shield and Links to Watershed Characteristics.

Environmental issues in Canada. STUDY. PLAY. List three methods being used to solve acid rain/pollution problems. Acid Rain, pollution of the Great Lakes, mining in the Canadian Shield, and deforestation of timber. What are Canada's major environmental issues.

acid rain. Get this from a library. Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield lakes. [United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. concern of the acid rain problem is the cumulative ecosystem damage to lakes and forest.

The number of lakes affected in northeastern United States and on the Canadian Shield is thought to be enormous. Our principal research objective is to examine how seasonal changes in lake transparency are related to annual acidic load.Environmental Research Institute of Michigan Publisher - 37 works / 0 ebooks Spatial characterization of acid rain stress in Canadian Shield lakes Not In Library.

Earth Observations & Global Decision Making,1 book International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (18th Paris), 1 book Thomas W. Wagner.L NASA PROGRES5 REPORT SPATIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ACID RAIN STRESS IN CANADIAN SHIELD LAKES NASA Contract: NAS Principal Investigator: Fred J.

Tanis Reporting Period: August 1, to February 1, 1.O OBJECTIVE The acidification of lake waters from airborne pollutant5 is of continental proportions both in North America and Europe.