By S. Foster Damon
William Blake, poet, artist, and mystic, created an unlimited multidimensional universe via his verse and paintings. Spun from a material of symbolism and populated by means of a bunch of complicated characters, Blake's accomplished global has supplied unending idea to next generations. For the reader of Blake, historical past wisdom of his symbolism is a need. during this quantity, first released in 1965, S. Foster Damon, father of contemporary Blake experiences and a professor at Brown collage until eventually his loss of life, has assembled all references to specific symbols or features of Blake's paintings and lifestyles, in order that readers can see the complete spectrum of Blake's concept on quite a few subject matters.
For this variation of S. Foster Damon's vintage reference paintings, Morris Eaves has written an up to date annotated bibliography and a brand new foreword, incorporated the following together with his unique 1988 index.
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In his own work on Swiss lakes, and from comparisons with other studies, Thomas (1969) demonstrated that phosphorus was the major element whose increase in concentration promoted undesirable growths of algae in many European lakes during the first half of this century. In oligotrophic lakes phosphorus concentrations were very low but during the summer nitratenitrogen levels were high because phytoplankton could not utilise the available nitrogen under conditions of phosphate limitation. Subsequent increases in phosphorus concentrations caused summer depletion of nitrogen by enhanced algal growth.
Dust Plant and animal biomass 1-8 x10 3 178 . 5 The global nitrogen cycle including both natural and human-enhanced effects. Quantities taken from Soderlund and Svensson (1976), reservoirs in Tg (10 12 g), fluxes in Tglann. 4 Nutrient storage in soils and losses by leaching Both elements are found in soils predominantly as orgamc compounds in either detritus (humus) or living tissue. The quantities are very variable, depending upon such factors as the vegetation cover, the quantity of detritus on or in the soil and microbial activity in the soil releasing inorganic compounds.
1973). Phosphorus losses from intensively farmed crops remain comparatively low unless there is soil erosion or waterlogging. A mean loss calculated for arable soils in the Netherlands was 250 g Plha/ann (Kohlenbrander, 1972) whilst lysimeter losses in the UK ranged from 70 to 250 g Plha/ann (Cooke and Williams, 1973). 8 kg Plha was particulate, associated with sediment erosion, and only the remaining 100 g soluble phosphate. , 1965). Increase in slope causes relatively more phosphorus to be lost than nitrogen because it increases particulate runoff; a slope increase from 8° to 20° increased phosphorus losses by 360% (from 450 g P/ha) but only doubled nitrogen losses (from 16 kg Nlha) (Goldman and Horne, 1983).
A Blake Dictionary: The Ideas and Symbols of William Blake by S. Foster Damon