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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.
Krupa SV. Effects of atmospheric ammonia (NH3) on terrestrial vegetation: a review. Environmental Pollution. 2003 ;124:179-221.
Phoenix GK, Booth RE, Leake JR, Read DJ, Grime JP, Lee JA. Effects of enhanced nitrogen deposition and phosphorus limitation on nitrogen budgets of semi-natural grasslands. Global Change Biology. 2003 ;9:1309-1321.
Bhogal A, Nicholson FA, Chambers BJ, Shepherd MA. Effects of past sewage sludge additions on heavy metal availability in light textured soils: implications for crop yields and metal uptakes. Environmental Pollution. 2003 ;(121):413-423.
UNECE, Achermann (E)B, Bobbink (E)R. Empirical Critical Loads for Nitrogen - Expert Workshop, Berne 2002. SAEFL; 2003.
Limpens J, Tomassen HBM, Berendse F. Expansion of Sphagnum fallax in bogs: striking the balance between N and P availability. Journal of Bryology. 2003 ;25:83-90.
Wilkinson JM, Hill J, Hillman JP. he accumulation of potentially toxic elements in edible body tissues of lambs grazing after a single application of sewage sludge. Water Research. 2003 ;(37):128-138.
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
Mitchell RJ, Truscott AM, Leith ID, Tang YS, van Dijk N, Smith RI, Sutton MA. Impact of atmospheric nitrogen deposition on epiphytes in Atlantic oakwoods.; 2003.
Carroll JA, Caporn SJM, Johnson D, Morecroft MD, Lee JA. The interactions between plant growth, vegetation structure and soil processes in semi-natural acidic and calcareous grasslands receiving long-term inputs of simulated pollutant nitrogen deposition. Environmental Pollution. 2003 ;121(3).
Van der Wal R, Pearce I, Brooker R, Scott D, Welch D, Woodin S. Interplay between nitrogen deposition and grazing causes habitat degradation. Ecology Letters. 2003 ;6:141-146.
Van Herk CM, Mathijssen-Spiekman EAM, De Zwart D. Long distance nitrogen air pollution effects on lichens in Europe. Lichenologist. 2003 ;35:347-359.
McCartney AG, Harriman R, Watt AW, Moore DW, Taylor EM, Collen P, Keay EJ. Long-term trends in pH, aluminium and dissolved organic carbon in Scottish fresh waters; implications for brown trout (Salmo trutta) survival. Science of The Total Environment. 2003 ;310:133-141.
Weinstein LH, Davison AW. Native plant species suitable as bioindicators and biomonitors for airborne fluoride. Environmental Pollution. 2003 ;125(1):3-11.
Pearce ISK, Woodin SJ, Van der Wal R. Physiological and growth responses of the montane bryophyte Racomitrium lanuginosum to atmospheric nitrogen deposition. New Phytologist. 2003 ;160 :145–155.
Nilsson LO, Wallander H. The production of externalmycelium by ectomycorrhizal fungi in a Norway spruceforest was reduced in response to nitrogen fertilization. New Phytologist. 2003 ;158:409–416.
Turetsky MR. The Role of Bryophytes in Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling. The Bryologist. 2003 ;106:395-409.
Tomassen HBM, Smolders AJP, Lamers LPM, Roelofs JGM. Stimulated growth of Betula pubescens and Molinia caerulea on ombrotrophic bogs: role of high levels of atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Journal of Ecology. 2003 ;91:357-370.
Yavitt JB. Unusual patterns of methanogenesis in a peat soil from New York State. Abstracts of general meting of the American Society for Microbiology. 2003 ;103:179.