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Sala OE, Chapin FS, Armesto JJ, Berlow E, Bloomfield J, Dirzo R, Huber-Sanwald E, Huenneke LF, Jackson RB, Kinzig A, et al. Biodiversity - Global biodiversity scenarios for the year 2100. Science. 2000 ;287(5459):1770-1774.
Nikolova PS, Anderson CP, Blaschke H, Matyssek R, Haberle K. Belowground effects of enhanced tropospheric ozone and drought in abeech/spruce forest (Fagus sylvatica L./Picea abies [L.] Karst). Environmental Pollution. 2010 ;158:1071-1078.
Anderson CP, Ritter W, Gregg J, Matyssek R, Grams TEE. Below-ground carbon allocation in mature beech and spruce trees following long-term, experimentally enhanced O3 exposure in Southern Germany. Environmental Pollution . 2010 ;158:2604-2609.
Monteith JL. Attenuation of solar radiation: a climatological study. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 1962 ;88(378):508-521.
Bell JNB, McNeill S, Houlden G, Brown VC, Mansfield PJ. Atmospheric Change - Effect on Plant Pests and Diseases. Parasitology. 1993 ;106:S11-S24.
Bell JNB, McNeill S, Houlden G, Brown VC, Mansfield PJ. Atmospheric Change - Effect on Plant Pests and Diseases. Parasitology. 1993 ;106:S11-S24.
Misson L, Lunden M, McKay M, Goldstein AH. Atmospheric aerosol light scattering and surface wetness influence the diurnal pattern of net ecosystem exchange in a semi-arid ponderosa pine plantation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 2005 ;129:69-83.
Misson L, Lunden M, McKay M, Goldstein AH. Atmospheric aerosol light scattering and surface wetness influence the diurnal pattern of net ecosystem exchange in a semi-arid ponderosa pine plantation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 2005 ;129:69-83.
Garcia R, Millán E. Assessment of Cd, Pb and Zn contamination in roadside soils and grasses from Gipuzkoa (Spain). Chemosphere. 1998 ;(37):1615-1625.
Manninen S, Huttunen S, Rautio P, Peramaki P. Assessing the critical load of SO2 for Scots Pine in situ. . Environmental Pollution. 1996 ;93:27-38.
Martin RR, Tomlin A, Marsello B. Arsenic uptake in orchard trees: Implications for dendroanalysis. Chemosphere. 2000 ;(41):635-637.
Martin RR, Tomlin A, Marsello B. Arsenic uptake in orchard trees: Implications for dendroanalysis. Chemosphere. 2000 ;(41):635-637.
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.
Derwent RG, Manning AJ, Simmonds PG, Spain TG, O'Doherty S. Analysis and interpretation of 25 years of ozone observations at the Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station on the Atlantic Ocean coast of Ireland from 1987 to 2012. Atmospheric Environment. 2013 ;80:361-368.
McFarlane DA, Keeler RC, Mizutani H. Ammonia Volatilization in a Mexican Bat Cave Ecosystem. Biogeochemistry. 1995 ;30:1-8.
McFarlane DA, Keeler RC, Mizutani H. Ammonia Volatilization in a Mexican Bat Cave Ecosystem. Biogeochemistry. 1995 ;30:1-8.
Burkhardt J, Sutton MA, Milford C, Storeton-West RL, Fowler D. Ammonia concentrations at a site in southern Scotland from 2 yr of continuous measurements. Atmospheric Environment . 1998 ;32:325-331.
Evans CD, Chapman PJ, Clark JM, Monteith DT, Cresser MS. Alternative explanations for rising dissolved organic carbon export from organic soils. Global Change Biology. 2006 ;12:2044-2053.
Dohmen GP, McNeill S, Bell JNB. Air pollution increases Aphis fabae pest potential. Nature. 1984 ;307:52-53.
Houlden G, McNeill S, Aminu-Kano M, Bell JNB. Air pollution and agricultural aphid pests. I: Fumigation experiments with SO2 and NO2. Environmental Pollution. 1990 ;67:305-314.
Houlden G, McNeill S, Aminu-Kano M, Bell JNB. Air Pollution and Agricultural Aphid Pests. I: Fumigation Experiments with SO2 and NO2. Environmental Pollution. 1990 ;67:305-314.
Unsworth MH, Monteith JL. Aerosol and solar radiation in Britain. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 1972 ;98:778-797.
Miramand P, Ünsal M. Acute toxicity of vanadium to some marine benthic and phytoplanktonic species. Chemosphere. 1978 ;(10):827-832.
Taylor D, Maddock BG, Mance G. The acute toxicity of nine 'grey list' metals (arsenic, boron, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, vanadium and zinc) to two marine fish species: dab (Limanda limanda) and grey mullet (Chelon labrosus). Aquatic Toxicology. 1985 ;(7):135-144.
Taylor D, Maddock BG, Mance G. The acute toxicity of nine 'grey list' metals (arsenic, boron, chromium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, vanadium and zinc) to two marine fish species: dab (Limanda limanda) and grey mullet (Chelon labrosus). Aquatic Toxicology. 1985 ;(7):135-144.

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