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... . Even if forests are distant from sources of pollutants, ambient concentrations of airborne chemicals can be sufficient to produce visible injury, alter biochemical and physiologic processes that control metabolism and carbon allocation, reduce resistance to disease, reduce resistance to abiotic stress, and lead to the death of individual trees (Berry and Riperton, 1963; Linzon, 1966; Dochinger, 1968; Cobb and Stark, 1970; Miller and McBride, 1975; Cowling, 1985; Kozlowski, 1985; McBride et al., 1985; McLaughlin, 1985~.

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