Acid deposition


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Acid deposition

The deposit of acid constituents to a surface. This occurs not only through precipitation but also by the deposition of atmospheric particulate matter and the incorporation of soluble gases.
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Qiu RL, Wang SZ, Qiu H, Wang XM, Liao J, Zhang ZT (2009) Acid deposition critical loads modeling for the simulation of sulfur exceedance and reduction in Guangdong, China.
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