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SNIFFER. Development of Site Relevant Critical Loads. Scotland and Northern Ireland Forum for Environmental Research; 2011.PDF icon ER04 APIS update final report.pdf (986.82 KB)
Smolders E. Cadmium uptake by plants. International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health. 2001 ;(14):177-183.
Smith RV, Stewart DA. A regression model for nitrate leaching in Northern Ireland. . Soil Use and Management. 1989 ;5:71-76.
Smith RI, Fowler D, Sutton MA, Flechard C, Coyle M. Transboundary Air Pollution: Acidification, Eutrophication and Ground-Level Ozone in the UK. Atmospheric Environment . 2000 ;34:3757 - 3777.
Smith SL, MacDonald DD, Keenleyside KA, Ingersoll CG, Field LJ. A preliminary evaluation of sediment quality assessment values for freshwater ecosystems. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 1996 ;22:624-638.
Smidt RE, Whitton JS. Note on boron toxicity in a stand of radiata pine in Hawkes Bay. New Zealand Journal of Science. 1975 ;(18):109-113.
Smart SM, Ashmore MR, Hornung M. Detecting the signal of atmospheric N deposition in recent national-scale vegetation change across Britain. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus. 2004 ;4:269–278.
Sloss LL. Halogen emissions from coal combustion.; 1992.
Slinn WGN. Prediction for Particle Deposition to Vegetative Canopies. Atmospheric Environment. 1982 ;16:1785-1794.
Skiba U, McTaggart IP, Smith KA, Hargreaves KJ, Fowler D. Estimates of nitrous oxide emissions in the UK. Energy Convervation Management. 1996 ;37:1303-1308.
Skiba U, Sheppard LJ, Pitcairn CER, Leith ID, Crossley A, van Dijk S, Kennedy VJ, Fowler D. Soil nitrous oxide and nitric oxide emissions as indicators of the exceedance of critical loads of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in semi-natural ecosystems. Environmental Pollution. 1998 ;102(S1):457-461.
Skiba U, Cresser MS, Derwent RG, Futty DW. Peat acidification in Scotland. Nature. 1989 ;337:68-69.
Skiba U, Sozanska M, Metcalfe S, Fowler D. Spatially disaggregated inventories of soil NO and N2O emissions for Great Britain. Water Air & Soil Pollution. 2001 ;(1):109 – 118.
Skiba U, Cresser MS, Derwent RG, Futty DW. Peat acidification in Scotland. Nature. 1989 ;337:68-69.
Sketch CA, Bareham SA. Terrestrial SSSIs at risk from soil acidification in Wales. Bangor: Countryside Council for Wales; 1993.
Skeffington RA, Wilson EJ. he effects of excess nitrogen deposition on young Norway spruce trees. Part I: the vegetation. Environmental Pollution. 1994 ;86:153-160.
Skeffington RA, Roberts TM. The effects of ozone and acid mist on Scots pine seedlings. . Oecologia. 1985 ;65:201.
Skeffington RA, Wilson EJ. he effects of excess nitrogen deposition on young Norway spruce trees. Part I: the soil. Environmental Pollution. 1994 ;86:141-151.
Skarby L, Ottoson S, Karlsson PE, Wallin G, Sellden G, Medin E, Pleijel H. Growth of Norway spruce (Picea abies) in relation to the AOT40 index.; 2002.
Sjogren E. Changes in the epilithic and epiphytic moss cover in two deciduous forest areas on the island of Oland (Sweden) - a comparison between 1958-1962 and 1988-1990. Studies in Plant Ecology. 1995 ;19:1-108.
Sival FP, Strijkstra-Kalk M. Atmospheric deposition of acidifying and eutrophicating substances in dune slacks. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 1999 ;116:461-477.
Sitch S, Cox PM, Collins WJ, Huntingford C. Indirect radiative forcing of climate change through ozone effects on the land-carbon sink. Nature. 2007 ;(7).
Silim S, Nash R, Reynard D, White B, Schroeder W. Leaf gas exchange and water potential responses to drought in nine poplar (Populus spp.) clones with contrasting drought tolerance. Trees. 2009 ;23(5):959-969.
Sickman JO, Bennett DM, Lucero DM, Whitmore TJ, Kenney WF. Diatom-inference models for acid neutralizing capacity and nitrate based on 41 calibration lakes in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA. Journal of Paleolimnology. 2013 ;50(2):159-174.
Shotyk W. Natural and anthropogenic enrichments of As, Cu, Pb and Zn in ombrotrophic versus minerotrophic peat bog profiles. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 1996 ;(90):375-405.