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Volcanic Emissions Injury to Plant Foliage

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Title: Volcanic Emissions Injury to Plant Foliage
Authors: Nelson, Scot
Sewake, Kelvin
Keywords: volcanic activity
Hawaii (island)
sulfur dioxide
signs and symptoms (plants)
Issue Date: Aug 2008
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Nelson S, Sewake K. 2008. Volcanic emissions injury to plant foliage. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 11 p. (Plant Disease; PD-47).
Series/Report no.: Plant Disease
Abstract: A new vent opened in Kilauea volcano on the island of Hawaii increased emissions of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in early 2008. The publication discusses the effects of the increased volcanic output on foliar injury to plants, what can be done to moderate it, and what state and federal agencies have done or plan to do to help minimize damage to Hawaii's forests and agriculture.
Pages/Duration: 11 pages
Appears in Collections:Plant Disease, 1997 - present

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