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Armitage HF, Britton AJ, Woodin SJ, Van der Wal R. Assessing the recovery potential of alpine moss-sedge heath: reciprocal transplants along a nitrogen deposition gradient. Environmental Pollution. 2011 ;159:140- 147.
Hicks WK, Leith ID, Woodin SJ, Fowler D. Can the foliar nitrogen concentration of upland vegetation be used for predicting atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Evidence from field surveys. . Environmental Pollution. 2000 ;107:367-376.
Woolgrove CE, Woodin SJ. Current and historical relationships between the tissue N content of a snowbed bryophyte and nitrogenous air pollution. Environmental Pollution. 1996 ;91:283-288.
Woolgrove CE, Woodin SJ. Ecophysiology of a snow-bed bryophyte Kiaeria starkei during snowmelt and uptake of nitrate from meltwater. Canadian Journal of Botany . 1996 ;74:1095-1103.
Kerslake JE, Woodin SJ, Hartley SE. Effects of carbon dioxide and nitrogen enrichment on a plantinsect interaction: the quality of Calluna vulgaris as a host for Operophtera brumata. New Phytologist. 1998 ;140:43-53.
Woolgrove CE, Woodin SJ. Effects of pollutants in snowmelt on Kiaeria starkei, a characteristic species of late snowbed bryophyte dominated vegetation. New Phytologist 133, 519-529. Brown D. H. and Bates J. W. (1990): Bryophytes and Nutrient Cycling. New Phytologist. 1996 ;133:519-529.
Armitage HF, Britton AJ, Van der Wal R, Woodin SJ. Grazing exclusion and phosphorus addition as potential local management options for the restoration of alpine moss-sedge heath. Biological Conservation. 2012 ;153:17-24.
Gordon C, Wynn JM, Woodin SJ. Impacts of increased nitrogen supply on high Arctic heath: the importance of bryophytes and phosphus availability. New Phytologist . 2001 ;149:461-471.
Woodin SJ, Press MC, Lee JA. Nitrate reductase activity in Sphagnum fuscum in relation to atmospheric nitrate deposition. New Phytologist . 1985 ;99:381-388.
Armitage HF, Britton AJ, Van der Wal R, Pearce ISK, Thompson DBA, Woodin SJ. Nitrogen deposition enhances moss growth but leads to an overall decline in habitat condition of mountain moss-sedge heath. Global Change Biology. 2012 ;18(1):290-300.
Pearce ISK, Woodin SJ, Van der Wal R. Physiological and growth responses of the montane bryophyte Racomitrium lanuginosum to atmospheric nitrogen deposition. New Phytologist. 2003 ;160 :145–155.