Chemistry International Blank Image
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Chemistry International Blank Image Chemistry International Blank Image Chemistry International Blank Image
Chemistry International Blank Image
Chemistry International Blank Image
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Current Issue
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Past Issues
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Officer's Columns
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Features
Chemistry International Blank Image
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Up for Discussion
Chemistry International Text Image Link to IUPAC Wire
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Project Place
Chemistry International Text Image Link to imPACt
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Bookworm
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Internet Connections
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Conference Call
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Where 2B and Y
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Symposia
Chemistry International Text Image Link to CI Indexes
Chemistry International Text Image Link to CI Editor
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Search Function
Chemistry International Text Image Link to Information

 

Chemistry International Text Image Link to Previous Issue Chemistry International Text Image Link to Previous Page Chemistry International Text Image Link to This TOC Chemistry International Text Image Link to Next Page Chemistry International Text Image Link to Next Issue

Vol. 25 No. 3
May - June 2003

Bookworm | Books and publications hot off the press.
See also www.iupac.org/publications
 

Atmospheric Deposition and Its Impact on Ecosystems

R. Van Grieken and Y. Shavah, eds.
Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium, 2002

Atmospheric deposition may play a major role in ecosystem dynamics, particularly in oligotrophic oceanic seas, terrestrial ecosystems, and inland freshwater bodies.

The growing threats from atmospheric deposition and the increasing needs to expand our knowledge were behind the convening of the International Symposium on Atmospheric Deposition and Its Impact on Ecosystems, which was held in Tel Aviv, Israel, from 5—6 June 2000.

Papers were presented on wet and dry atmospheric deposition; long- and short-range transport, ozone depletion, trace metals, and organic pollutants; nitrogen and sulphur compounds; and atmospheric dust.

Papers presented at the symposium have been compiled for publication in a special 170-page proceedings. Interested scientists can request a copy, free of charge.

Contact
René Van Grieken
<vgrieken@uia.ua.ac.be>
Universiteit Antwerpen,
Universiteitsplein 1
B-2610 Antwerp, Belgium.

www.iupac.org/publications/
books/author/vangrieken.html


Page last modified 29 April 2003.
Copyright © 2002-2003 International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.

Questions regarding the website, please contact edit.ci@iupac.org
Link to CI Home Page Link to IUPAC E-News Link to IUPAC Home Page