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Although the emphasis is on presentation of health and welfare effects data, other scientific data are presented in order to provide a better understanding of these pollutants in the environment. Warren H.
Composition of Ecosystems Trends in mean annual concentrations of sulfate, ammonium and nitrate in precipitation Gerald G. Mark G.
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