Senator Moynihan initiated NAPAP in 1979 with the introduction of his bill, the Acid Precipitation
Act, which subsequently became Article VII of the Energy Security Act of 1980.
The important levels recorded in Sectors 1 and 2 could be related to the interplay of moose diet, contamination of the habitat by atmospheric cadmium (Sudbury and Horne foundries), and mobilization of cadmium from the soil by the effect of acid precipitation
While learning about the impacts of acid precipitation
, one group of six campers took a hike along Fontinalis Brook.
Louis, Missouri 63130) or the National Acid Precipitation
Assessment Program (722 Jackson Place, N.W., Washington, D.C.
Chemical characterization of acid precipitation
in Albany, New York.
In the recent past, however, acid precipitation
has dimmed that radiance, leading to damaged forests and depleted lakes.
Acid etch is a direct result of weathering that includes acid precipitation
(rain, dew, or fog), often compounded by pollution fallout.
We then mixed 50 [micro]L of the supernatant with 250 [micro]L of 0.1 mol/L [Na.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4] in a microsampling vial to buffer the sample after acid precipitation
of the proteins.
The parks were rated on haze, ozone, and acid precipitation
. The index compares data collected from 1991 through 2001 at the ten national parks with the most extensive monitoring programs.
We spent 10 years and $500,000,000 on the National Acid Precipitation
Assessment Program, which produced meaningful scientific advances, but ultimately failed in its primary mission--to provide timely, policy-relevant information to guide the development of the Clean Air Act.
The criticisms leveled at the Global Change Research Program have suggested some unflattering comparisons with another environmental research behemoth, the National Acid Precipitation
Assessment Program (NAPAP).
Atmospheric processes: For example, greenhouse effect, stratospheric ozone depletion, acid precipitation
, and ground level ozone.