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The Lehstenbach Catchment Study in the Fichtelgebirge region was one of many set up in 1987 to investigate the impact of sulphur and nitrogen emissions on soil, groundwater and reshwater quality. Sulphate immissions as determined by throughfall decreased by 50% down to 1 kmol ha
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