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Farmer AM, Bates JW, Bell JNB, Bates (E)JW, Farmer (E)AM. Ecophysiological effects of acid rain on bryophytes and lichens. In: Bryophytes and lichens in a changing environment. Bryophytes and lichens in a changing environment. Oxford: Clarendon Press; 1992.
Brown DH, Bates JW. Bryophytes and Nutrient Cycling. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 1990 ;104:129-147.
Bates JW. Changes in oak epiphytes monitored for 21 years along an air quality gradient into London. Eurasap. 2001 ;41:8-9.
Farmer AM, Bates JW, Bell JNB. Comparisons of 3 Woodland Sites in NW Britain Differing in Richness of the Epiphytic Lobarion-Pulmonariae Community and Levels of Wet Acidic Deposition. . Holarctic Ecology. 1991 ;14:85-91.
Davies L, Bates JW, Bell JNB, James PW, Purvis OW. Diversity and sensitivity of epiphytes to oxides of nitrogen in London. Environmental Pollution . 2007 ;146:299-310.
Bates JW, McNee PJ, McLeod AR. Effects of sulphur dioxide and ozone on lichen colonization of conifers in the Liphook forest fumigation project. New Phytologist . 1996 ;132:653-660.
Bates JW, Farmer AM, Bell JNB. Epiphyte recolonization of oaks along a gradient of air pollution in south-east England, 1979-1990. . Environmental Pollution. 1990 ;68:81-99.
Farmer AM, Bell JNB, Bates JW. Seasonal variations in acidic pollutant inputs and their effects on the chemistry of stemflow, bark and epiphyte tissues in three oak woodlands in N.W. Britain. New Phytologist. 1991 ;118:441-451.