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Pawlisz AV, Kent RA, Schneider UA, Jefferson C. Canadian water quality guidelines for chromium. Environmental Toxicology and Water Quality. 1997 ;(12):123-183.
COMEAP. Cardiovascular Disease and Air Pollution - An Expert Review for Comment .; 2005. Available from: http://www.advisorybodies.doh.gov.uk/comeap/expertreview.htm
Chameides WL, Yu H, Liu SC, Bergin M, Zhou X, Mearns L, Wang G, Kiang CS, Saylor RD, Luo C, et al. Case study of the effects of atmospheric aerosols and regional haze on agriculture: An opportunity to enhance crop yields in China through emission controls?. PNAS. 1999 ;96:13626-13633.
Buscher P, Koedam N, Vanspeybroeck D. Cation-exchange properties and adaptation to soil acidity in bryophytes. New Phytologist . 1990 ;115:117-186.
Sheppard LJ. Causal mechanisms by which sulphate, nitrate and acidity influence frost hardiness in red spruce: review and hypothesis. New Phytologist. 1994 ;127:69-82.
Kivimaki SK. Changes in carbon and nitrogen dynamics in Sphagnum capillifolium under enhanced nitrogen deposition. [Internet]. 2011 ;PhD. Available from: www.era.lib.ed.ac.uk/bitstream/1842/5728/2/Kivimäki2011.pdf
Knapton RW, Petrie SA. Changes in distribution and abundance of submerged macrophytes in the Inner Bay at Long Point, Lake Erie: Implications for foraging waterfowl. Journal of Great Lakes Research . 1999 ;25:783-798.
Bates JW. Changes in oak epiphytes monitored for 21 years along an air quality gradient into London. Eurasap. 2001 ;41:8-9.
Hallbacken L, Tamm CO. Changes in soil acidity from 1927-1982/84 in a forested area of south west Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 1986 ;1:219-232.
Pitcairn CER, Fowler D. Changes in species composition of semi-natural vegetation associated with the increase in atmospheric inputs of nitrogen. Bush: Institute of Terrestrial Ecology; 1991.
Dupre C, Stevens CJ, Ranke T, Bleeker A, Peppler-Lisbach, C, Gowing DJ, Dise NB, Dorland E, Bobbink R, Diekmann M. Changes in species richness and composition in European acidic grasslands over the past 70 years: the contribution of cumulative atmospheric nitrogen deposition. . Global Change Biology. 2009 ;161(1):344-357.
Dupre C, Stevens CJ, Ranke T, Bleeker A, Peppler-Lisbach C, Gowing DJG, Dise NB, Dorland E, Bobbink R, Diekmann M. Changes in species richness and composition in European acidic grasslands over the past 70 years: the contribution of cumulative atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Global Change Biology. 2010 ;16:344-357.
Greven HC. Changes in the Duch bryophyte flora and air pollution. Berlin: J. Cramer; 1992.
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.
Hammer D, Keller C. Changes in the rhizosphere of metal-accumulating plants evidenced by chemical extractants. Journal of Environmental Quality. 2002 ;(31):1561-1569.
Ranta P. Changes in urban lichen diversity after a fall in sulphur dioxide levels in the city of Tampere, SW Finland. Annales Botanici Fennici . 2001 ;38(4):295-304.
Jones MLM, Wallace HL, Norris D, Brittain SA, Haria S, Jones RE, Rhind PM, Reynolds BR, Emmett BA. Changes in vegetation and soil characteristics in coastal sand dunes along a gradient of atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Plant Biology. 2004 ;6(5):598-605.
Haines-Young R, Barr CJ, Firbank LG, Furse M, Howard DC, McGowan G, Petit S, Smart SM, Watkins JW. Changing landscapes, habitats and vegetation diversity across Great Britain. Journal of Environmental Management. 2003 ;67(3):267-281.
Jones MLM, Reynolds B, Stevens PA, Norris DA. Changing nutrient budget of sand dunes: consequences for the nature conservation interest and dune management. 1 .; 2002.
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.
Vanguelova EI, Benham S, Pitman R, Moffat AJ, Broadmeadow M, Nisbet T, Durrant D, Barsoum N, Wilkinson M, Bochereau F, et al. Chemical fluxes in time through forest ecosystems in the UK – Soil response to pollution recovery. Environmental Pollution. 2010 ;158(5):1857-1869.
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.
Wayne RP. Chemistry of Atmospheres. Oxford University Press. 1999 .
Calatayud A, Temple PJ, Barreno E. Chlorophyll a fluorescence emission, xanthophyll cycle activity and net photosynthetic rate responses to ozone in some foliose and fruticose lichen species. Photosynthetica. 2000 ;38:281-286.
Eisler R. Chromium hazards to fish, wildlife, and invertebrates: a synoptic review. USDI Fish and Wildlife Service. 1986 ;(60).