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Greven HC. Changes in the Duch bryophyte flora and air pollution. Berlin: J. Cramer; 1992.
Greenup AL, Bradford MA, McNamara NP, Ineson P, Lee JA. The role of Eriophorum vaginatum in CH4 flux from an ombitrophic peatland. . Plant and Soil. 2000 ;227:265-272.
Green RE. Long-term decline in the thickness of eggshells of thrushes, Turdus spp., in Britain. Proceedings of the Royal Society . 1998 ;265:679-684.
Grantz DA, Gunn S, Vu HB. O3 impacts on plant development: a meta-analysis of root/shoot allocation and growth. . Plant Cell and Environment. 2006 ;29:1193-1209.
Granli T, Bøckman OC. Nitrous oxide from agriculture. Norwegian Journal of Agricultural Science Supplement. 1994 ;12:128.
Gove B, Power S, Buckley GP, Ghazoul J. Effects of herbicide spray drift and fertiliser over-spread on selected species of woodland ground flora: Comparison between short-term and long-term impact assessments and field surveys. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2007 ;44:374-384.
Goumenaki E, Fernandez IG, Papanikolaou A, Papadopoulou D, Askianakis C, Kouvarakis G, Barnes J. Submitted .
Goumenaki E, Fernandez IG, Papanikolaou A, Papadopoulou D, Askianakis C, Kouvarakis G, Barnes J. Derivation of ozone flux-yield relationships for lettuce: a key horticultural crop. Environmental Pollution. 2007 ;146:699-706.
Goulding KWT, Bailey NJ, Bradbury NJ, Hargreaves P, Howe M, Murphy DV, Poulton PR, Willison TW. Nitrogen deposition and its contribution to nitrogen cycling and associated soil processes. New Phytologist. 1998 ;139:49-58.
Gorham E. The development of peatlands. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 1958 ;32:146-166.
Gorham E. Acid rain: an overview. In: Meteorological aspects of acid rain. Meteorological aspects of acid rain. Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann; 1984. pp. 1-18.
Gorham E. Chemical studies on the soils and vegetation of some waterlogged habitats in the English Lake District. Journal of Ecology. 1953 ;41:345-360.
Gorham E. Some chemical aspects of wetland ecology. Memorandum, Natural Research Council Canada Assoc. Committee on Geotechnical Research. 1967 :20-38.
Gorham E, Bayley SE, Schindler DW. Ecological Effects of acid deposition upon peatlands: a nelected field in ‘acid rain’ research. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1984 ;41(8):1256-1268.
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.
Göransson A. Alger, lavar och Garrupprättning hos unggranar längs en kvävegradient Sverige-Holland. Solna; 1990.
Goodman GT, Roberts TMR. Plants and soils as indicators of metals in the air. Nature. 1971 ;231:287-292.
González A, Lynch J. Tolerance of tropical common bean genotypes to manganese toxicity: performance under different growing conditions. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 1999 ;(22):511-525.
Gompertz D, Shuker D, Toniolo P, Shuker L, Bingham S, Calow P, Coggon D, King N, McMichael A, Walker C. The use of biomarkers in environmental exposure assessment. Leicester: Institute for Environment and Health; 1996 p. 114 pp.
Glime JM. Bryophyte Ecology, Vol. 1. Physiological Ecology. Michigan Technological University and the International Association of Bryologists; 2007. Available from: www.bryoecol.mtu.edu
Gimingham CH. Ecology of Heathlands. London: Chapman & Hall; 1972.
Gimeno C, Deltoro VI. Sulphur dioxide effects on cell structure and photosynthetic performance in the liverwort Frullania dilatata. . Canadian Journal of Botany . 2000 ;78:98-104.
Gilbert OL. Bryophytes as indicators of air pollution in the Tyne valley. New Phytologist. 1968 ;69:629-634.
Gilbert OL. Environmental effects of airborne fluorides for aluminium smelting at Invergordon, Scotland 1971-1983. Environmental Pollution (Series A). 1985 ;39:293-302.
Gilbert OL. Lichens as indicators of air pollution in the Tyne Valley. (Goodman GT, Edwards RW, Lambert JM).; 1965 pp. pp35-49.

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