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Rudawska M, Kieliszewska-Rocicka B, Leski T, Oleksyn J. Mycorrhizal studies of a Scots Pine plantation affected by pollution from a phosphate fertiliser plant. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:1281-1286.
Rowe EC, Jones MLM, Henrys PA, Smart SM, Tipping E, Mills RTE, Evans CD. Predicting effects of N pollutant load on plant species based on a dynamic soil eutrophication indicator. Bangor: Countryside Council for Wales; 2011 p. 39.
Rout GR, Samantaray S, Das P. Studies on differential manganese tolerance of mung bean and rice genotypes in hydroponic culture. Agronomie . 2001 ;(21):725-733.
Rout GR, Samantaray S, Das P. Aluminium toxicity in plants: a review. Agronomie. 2001 ;21:3-21.
Rousk J, Brooks PC, Bååth E. Contrasting soil pH effects on fungal and bacterial growth suggest functional redundancy in carbon mineralization. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 2009 ;75(6):1589-1596.
Roura-Carol M, Freeman C. Methane release from peat soils: effects of Sphagnum and Juncus. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 1999 ;31:323-325.
Rosseland BO, Staurnes M, Steinberg (E)CEW, Wright (E)RF. Acidification of freshwater ecosystems: implications for the future. In: Vol. ES14. Chitchester: John Wiley and Sons; 1994. pp. 227-246.
Rosseland BO. Biological effects of acidification on tertiary consumers: fish population responses. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1986 ;30:451-460.
Ross A. Terrestrial SSSIs at risk from acidification in Scotland. Perth: Scottish Natural Heritage; 1993.
Ross LJ, Nash TH. Effect of ozone on gross photosynthesis of lichens. Environmental and Experimental Botany . 1983 ;23:71-77.
Ross HB. On the use of mosses (Hylocomium splendens and Pleurozium schreberi) for estimating atmospheric trace metal deposition. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1990 ;50:63-76.
Rosko JJ, Rachlin JW. The effect of copper, zinc, cobalt and manganese on the growth of the marine diatom Nitzschia closterium. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. 1975 ;(102):100-106.
Rose CI, Hawksworth DL. Lichen recolonization in London’s cleaner air. Nature. 1981 ;289:289-292.
Rose F, Morris (E)MG, Perring (E)FH. The British Oak. In: Botanical Society of the British Isles.; 1974. pp. 250-273.
Rombough PJ, Garside ET. Cadmium toxicity and accumulation in eggs and alevins of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1982 ;(60):2006-2014.
Roem WJ, Klees H, Berendse F. Effects of nutrient addition and acidification on plant species diversity and seed germination in heathland. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2002 ;39:937-948.
Roelofs JGM, Kempers AJ, Houdijk ALFM, Jansen J. The effects of air-borne ammonium sulphate on Pinus nigra in the Netherlands. Plant Soil. 1985 ;42:372–377.
Roelofs JGM. Impact of acidification and eutrophication on macrophyte communities in soft waters in the Netherlands. Aquatic Botany. 1983 ;17:139-155.
Rodenkirchen H. Effects of acid precipitation, fertilisation and liming on the ground vegetation in coniferous forests of southern Germany. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1992 ;61:279-294.
Robins NS. The quality of shallow groundwaters in Northern Ireland. Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management . 1998 ;12:163-169.
Robertson JS. Key to the Common Plant Communities of Scotland. Soil Survey of Scotland Monograph. . 1984 .
Roales RR, Perlmutter A. Toxicity of methylmercury and copper, apllied singly and jointly, to the blue gourami Trichogaster trichopterus. Bull Environ Contam Toxicol. 1974 ;(12).
Risager M. Impacts of nitrogen on Sphagnum dominated bogs with emphasis on critical load assessment. 1998 .
Rippey B. Sediment chemistry and atmospheric contamination. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B. 1990 ;327:311-317.
Rippey B, Gibson CE. The variation of calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium concentration, pH and conductivity in lakes in Northern Ireland. . Archiv fur Hydrobiologie . 1984 ;101:345-360.