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Khan AG. Relationships between chromium biomaginification ratio, accumulation factor and mycorrhizae in plants growing on tannery effluent-polluted soil. Environment International. 2001 ;(25):417-423.
Key BD, Howell RD, Criddle CS. Fluorinated organics in the biosphere. Environmental Science and Technology. 1997 ;31:2445-2454.
Kersteins G. Plant Cuticles - an Integrated Functional Approach. 1996 .
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.
Kerr A, Shackley S, Milne R, Allen S. Climate change: Scottish implications scoping study. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive Central Research Unit; 1999.
Kernan M, Helliwel R. Partitioning the variation within the acid neutralizing capacity of surface waters in Scotland in relation to land cover, soil and atmospheric depositional factors. Science of the Total Environment . 2001 ;265:39-49.
Kernan M, Battarbee RW, Curtis C, Monteith DT, Shillands (E)EM. Recovery of lakes and streams in the UK from acid rain. The United Kingdom Acid Waters Monitoring Network 20 year interpretative report . Report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; 2010. Available from: http://awmn.defra.gov.uk/resources/interpreports/20yearInterpRpt.pdf
Kennedy F, Rowell D, Moffat AJ, Singh B. An analysis of the structure of the simple mass balance equation: implications for testing national critical loads maps. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 2001 ;1:281-298.
Kennedy IR. Acid Soil and Acid Rain. Research Studies Press. 1992 .
Kennedy F. How extensive are the impacts of nitrogen pollution in Great Britain’s forests?. Edinburgh: Forest Research; 2003 pp. 66-75. Available from: http://www.forestry.gov.uk/pdf/FRreport0102.pdf/$file/FRreport0102.pdf
Kaus A, Wild A. Nutrient disturbance through manganese accumulation in Douglas fir. Chemosphere. 1998 ;(36):961-964.
Kaupenjohann M, Dohler H, Bauer M. Effects of N-emissions on nutrient status and vitality of Pinus sylvestris near a hen house. .; 1989 pp. 279-328.
Kasurinen A, Riikonen J, Oksanen E, Vapaavuori E, Holopainen T. Chemical composition and decomposition of silver birch leaf litter produced under elevated CO2 and O3. Plant and Soil. 2006 ;282:261-280.
Karlsson J, Bystrom P, Ask J, Ask P, Persson L, Jansson M. Light limitation of nutrient-poor lake ecosystems. Nature. 2009 :506-509.
Karenlampi L. Critical levels for ozone in Europe: Testing and finalising the concepts. (Skarby L).; 1996.
Kaplan D, Sajwan K, Adriano D, Gettier S. Phytoavailability and toxicity of beryllium and vanadium. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 1990 ;(53):203-212.
Kannan K, Koistinen J, Beckmen K, Evans T, Gorzelany JF, Hansen KJ, Jones PD, Helle E, Nyman M, Giesy JP. Accumulation of perfluorooctane sulfonate in marine mammals. Environmental Science and Technology. 2001 ;35:1593-1598.
Kanerva T, Regina K, Ramo K, Ojanpera K, Manninen S. Fluxes of N2O, CH4 and CO2 in a meadow ecosystem exposed to elevated ozone and carbon dioxide for three years. Environmental Pollution. 2007 ;145:818-828.
Kaitera J. Cronartium flaccidum fruitbody production on Melampyrum spp and some important alternate hosts to pine. European Journal of Forest Pathology. 1999 ;29.
Kahlert M, Neumann D. Early development of freshwater sponges under the influence of nitrite and pH. . Archiv Fur Hydrobiologie . 1997 ;137:69-81.
Kabata-Pendias A, Pendias H. Trace elements in soils and plants. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press; 1984.