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Edwards GS, Kelly JM. Ectomycorrhizal colonisation of loblolly pine seedlings during three growing seasons in response to ozone, acidic precipitation and soil Mg status. Environmental Pollution. 1992 ;76:71-77.
Baxter R, Emes MJ, Lee JA. Effect of an experimentally applied increase in ammonium on growth and amino-acid metabolism of Sphagnum cuspidatum Ehrh. Ex. Hoffm. From differently polluted areas. . New Phytologist . 1992 ;120:265-274.
Mulholland PJ, Elwood JW, Palumbo AV, Stevenson RJ. Effect of Stream Acidification on Periphyton Composition, Chlorophyll, and Productivity. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1986 ;43:1846-1858.
van der Eerden L, de Vries W, van Dobben H. Effects of ammonia deposition on forests in the Netherlands. Atmospheric Environment. 1998 ;32(3)(Ammonia Special Issue):525-532.
Plassmann K, Edwards-Jones G, Jones MLM. The effects of low levels of nitrogen deposition and grazing on dune grassland. Science of the Total Environment. 2009 ;407:1391-1404.
Nordin A, Näsholm T, Ericson L. Effects of simulated N deposition on understorey vegetation of a boreal coniferous forest. Functional Ecology. 1998 ;12:691-699.
Erisman JW, Bleeker A. Emission, concentration and deposition of acidifying substances. In: Studies in Environmental Science. Studies in Environmental Science. ; 1997. pp. 21-81.
Remke E, Brouwer E, Kooijman AM, Blindow I, Esselink H, Roelefs JGM. Even low to medium nitrogen deposition impacts vegetation of dry, coastal dunes around the Baltic Sea. Environmental Pollution. 2009 ;157:792-800.
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.
Phoenix GK, Emmett BA, Britton AJ, Caporn SJM, Dise NB, Helliwell R, Jones MLM, Leake JR, Leith ID, Sheppard LJ, et al. Impacts of atmospheric nitrogen deposition: responses of multiple plant and soil parameters across contrasting ecosystems in long-term field experiments. Global Change Biology. 2012 ;18:1197-1215.
Hill MO, Ashenden TW, Buse A, Elmes GW, Goss-Custard JD, Thomas JA. Impacts of global change on UK species and communities. Institute of Terrestrial Ecology; 1998 pp. 98-103.
Morrissey T, Ashmore MR, Emberson LD, Cinderby S, Buker P. The impacts of ozone on nature conservation .; 2007.
EPA US. In depth studies on the health and environmental impacts of selected water pollutants. United States Environment Protection Agency; 1978.
Ellenberg H. Indicator values of vascular plants in Central Europe. Scripta Geobotanica. 1979 ;9:7-122.
van der Eerdern LJ, Dueck TA, Berdowski JJM, Greven H, van Dobben HF. Influence of NH3 and (NH4)2SO4 on heathland vegetation. Acta Bot. Neerl. 1991 ;40.
Ek H. The influence of nitrogen fertilization on the carbon economy of Paxillus involutus in ectomycorrhizal association with Betula pendula. New Phytologist. 1997 ;135:133-142.
Heath BA, Maughan JA, Morrison AA, Eastwood IW. The influence of wooded shelterbelts on the deposition of copper, lead and zinc at Shakerley Mere, Cheshire, England. Science of the Total Environment. 1999 ;(235):415-417.
Emmett BA, Rowe EC, Stevens CJ, Gowing DJ, Henrys PA, Maskell LC, Smart SM. Interpretation of evidence of nitrogen impacts on vegetation in relation to UK biodiversity objectives. JNCC; 2011.
Eisler R. Lead hazards to fish, wildlife and invertebrates: a synoptic review. U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife ServicePublisher location:Laurel, MD; 1989.