acid sulphate

acid sulphate

Hydrogen sulphate; a salt of sulphuric acid containing HSO4.

ac·id sul·fate

(as'id sŭl'fāt)
Synonym(s): bisulfate, acid sulphate.
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Fitzpatrick RW, Powell B, Marvanek S (2011) 'Atlas of Australian acid sulphate soils.
The information gained through these programs plays an important role in informing decisions about artificial estuary entrance openings, algal bloom management, acid sulphate soil impacts on estuarine condition, works on waterways, environmental water management and extreme flood events.
Properties and management of acid sulphate soils in Southeast Asia for sustainable cultivation of rice, oil palm and cocoa.
The study examined the effects of applying lime from various sources on an acid sulphate soil in Merbok, Malaysia.
Wastes of the plant will later be used for companies producing cement, acid sulphate and mineral fertilizers, which will be built on the basis of this plant.
Investigations of acid sulphate soils of the brackish water experimental fish farm, Rivers State.
Pons LJ (1973) Outline of the genesis, characteristics, classification and improvement of acid sulphate soils.
Lake Albert would become an ephemeral wetland, planted with reeds, samphires and ti-tree, after acid sulphate soils had been treated.
A marine grass, paspalum vaginatum, which has been found to grow in such an environment not only has very slow growth rate but suffers from serious abiotic diseases as a result of the acid sulphate nature of the soil [4,2].
Seasonally recurrent fish mortalities and ulcerative disease outbreaks associated with acid sulphate soils in Australian estuaries.
A February 1999 Acid Sulphate Soils Investigation Team report on the site was forwarded to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority only in June 1999.
Astrom M (1998a) Mobility of Al, P and alkali and alkaline earth metals in acid sulphate soils in Finland.