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New York, 2002; 19–22. 4. ; Acid sulphate soils. Proceedings of the First International Symposium Wageningen 1972; ILRI Publication 18 (2 Vols); International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement: Wageningen, The Netherlands, 1973; 295–406. 5. ; Proceedings of the Bangkok Symposium on Acid Sulphate Soils, Bangkok, 1981; ILRI Publication 31; International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement: Wageningen, The Netherlands, 1982; 450 pp. 6. ; Selected Papers of the Dakar Symposium on Acid Sulphate Soils, Dakar, Senegal, Jan 1986; ILRI Acid Sulfate Soils: Distribution and Extent 7.

6] The use of acid sulfate soils as sites for brackishwater aquaculture in tropical coastal areas poses many problems with diseases and poor growth for shrimp and finfish within the enterprises. More importantly, such enterprises can cause major downstream degradation from their effluent discharges and a legacy of long-term impacts after aquaculture ventures become excessively acidified or disease impacted and are abandoned. [7] These contemporary inland acid sulfate soils are in part a product of human-induced, sulfate-rich groundwater hydrological changes and the seasonality of the water balance associated with a Mediterranean climate.

9. R. The sulphate-reducing bacteria. ; Ch. 7; Cambridge University Press: London, 1984; 107–122. 10. ; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1995; 168–193. 24 11. C. Microbial reduction of manganese and iron. ; John Wiley and Sons: New York, 1988; 305–331. 12. C. Processes and rates of pedogenesis in some Maryland Tidal Marsh soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 1989, 53, 862–870. 13. C. Micromorphology of induced iron sulfide formation in a Chesapeake Bay (USA) Tidal Marsh. ; Elsevier: Amsterdam, 1990; 303–310.

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