Acid minewater at pH 2.6 flowing intermittently since 1958 from the adit of a large drift mine through a stand of small Acer rubrum L. caused partial premature defoliation, discoloration of remaining foliage, and increment decline.
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Assistant Professor of Forestry and Forest Pathology, Auburn Univ., Auburn, Alabama
Publication date: March 1, 1967
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