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Mills G, Hayes F, Wilkinson S, Davies WJ. Chronic exposure to increasing background ozone impairs stomatal functioning in grassland species. Global Change Biology. 2009 ;15(6):1522-1533.
Hayes F, Mills G, Ashmore M. Effects of ozone on inter- and intra-species competition and photosynthesis in mesocosms of Lolium perenne and Trifolium repens. Environmental Pollution. 2009 ;157(1):208-214.
Mills G, Hayes F, Simpson D, Emberson L, Norris D, Harmens H, Buker P. Evidence of widespread effects of ozone on crops and (semi-)natural vegetation in Europe (1990–2006) in relation to AOT40- and flux-based risk maps. Global Change Biology. 2011 ;17:592-613.
Mills G, Hayes F, Jones MLM, Cinderby S. Identifying ozone-sensitive communities of (semi-)natural vegetation suitable for mapping exceedance of critical levels. Environmental Pollution. 2007 ;146:736-743.
Hayes F, Mills G, Williams P, Harmens H, Buker P. Impacts of summer ozone exposure on the growth and overwintering of UK upland vegetation. Atmospheric Environment. 2006 ;40:4088-4097.
Hayes F, Jones MLM, Mills G, Ashmore M. Meta-analysis of the relative sensitivity of semi-natural vegetation species to ozone. Environmental Pollution. 2007 ;146:754-762.
Mills G, Pleijel H, Braun S, Buker P, Bermejo V, Calvo E, Danielsson H, Emberson L, I. Fernandez G, Grunhage L, et al. New stomatal flux-based critical levels for ozone effects on vegetation. Atmospheric Environment. 2011 ;45:5064-5068.
Hayes F, Williamson J, Mills G. Ozone pollution affects flower numbers and timing in a simulated BAP priority calcareous grassland community. Environmental Pollution. 2012 ;163:40-47.
Jones L, Hayes F, Mills G, Sparks T, Fuhrer F. Predicting community sensitivity to ozone, using Elleberg indicator values. Environmental Pollution. 2007 ;146:744-753.
Wagg S, Mills G, Hayes F, Wilkinson S, Cooper D, Davies WJ. Reduced soil water availability did not protect two competing grassland species from the negative effects of increasing background ozone. Environmental Pollution. 2012 ;165:91-99.
Jones L, Provins A, Harper-Simmonds L, Holland M, Mills G, Hayes F, Emmett BA, Hall J, Sheppard LG, Smith R, et al. A review and application of the evidence for nitrogen impacts on ecosystem services. Ecosystem Services. 2014 ;7:76-88.
Wagg S, Mills G, Hayes F, Wilkinson S, Davies WJ. Stomata are less responsive to environmental stimuli in high background ozone in Dactylis glomerata and Ranunculus acris. Environmental Pollution. 2013 ;175:82-91.