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Impact of Air Pollution on the Growth of Ponde Rosa Pine

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Joe R. McBride , University of California
Vaiva P. Semion, University of California
Paul R. Miller, U.S. Forest Service

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California Agriculture 29(12):8-9.

Published December 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Air pollution poses a serious threat to the coniferous forests of California. Symptoms of air pollution damage to coniferous species have been observed in forests located north and east of the Los Angeles basin, east of major cities in the Central Valley, and east of San Diego. Damage is especially severe in the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles.

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The work upon which this publication is based was performed pursuant to Contract No. 68–03–0273 with the Environmental Protection Agency.

Impact of Air Pollution on the Growth of Ponde Rosa Pine

Joe R. McBride, Vaiva P. Semion, Paul R. Miller
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Impact of Air Pollution on the Growth of Ponde Rosa Pine

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Authors

Joe R. McBride , University of California
Vaiva P. Semion, University of California
Paul R. Miller, U.S. Forest Service

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(12):8-9.

Published December 01, 1975

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Air pollution poses a serious threat to the coniferous forests of California. Symptoms of air pollution damage to coniferous species have been observed in forests located north and east of the Los Angeles basin, east of major cities in the Central Valley, and east of San Diego. Damage is especially severe in the San Bernardino Mountains east of Los Angeles.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The work upon which this publication is based was performed pursuant to Contract No. 68–03–0273 with the Environmental Protection Agency.


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