An understanding of the chemistry of Loch Fleet and its drainage waters necessitates a study of the chemical interactions between rainfall, vegetation, and soil. The vegetation can exert a strong influence on bulk deposition inputs through physical interception and chemical reactions at leaf surfaces. Further modifications resulting from interaction with soil depend on the hydrological pathways taken from soil to stream and lake.
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- Interactions Between Rain, Vegetation, and Soils
A. F. Nisbet
T. R. Nisbet
- Springer Netherlands
- Chapter 8