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Ranwell D. The dune system and dune slack habitat. Journal of Ecology . 1959 ;447:571-600.
Sheppard LJ, Leith ID, Mizunuma T, Cape JN, Crossley A, S. L, Sutton MA, Fowler D, van Dijk N. Dry deposition of ammonia gas drives species change faster than wet deposition of ammonium ions: evidence from a long-term field manipulation. Global Change Biology. 2011 ;17 (12):3589-3607.
Crittenden PD, Kalucka I, Oliver E. Does nitrogen supply limit the growth of Antarctic lichens?. Cryptogamic Botany. 1994 ;4:143-155.
Braun S, Thomas VFD, Quiring R, Flückiger W. Does nitrogen deposition increase forest production? The role of phosphorus. Environmental Pollution. 2010 ;158:2043-2052.
Ramsay SL, Houston DC. Do acid rain and calcium supply limit eggshell formation for blue tits (Parus caeruleus) in the UK? . Journal of Zoology. 1999 ;247:121-125.
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.
Freitas MC, Reis MA, Alves LC, Wolterbeek HT. Distribution in Portugal of some pollutants in the lichen Parmelia sulcata. Environmental Pollution. 1999 ;(106):229-235.
Loneragan JF. Distribution and movement of manganese in plants. Dordrecht: Kluwer Publishers; 1988 pp. 113-124.
Houdijk ALFM, Verbank PJM, van Dijk HFG, Roelofs JGM. Distribution and decline of endangered herbaceous heathland species in relation to the chemical composition of the soil. Plant and Soil. 1993 ;148:137-143.
Denton JS. The Distribution and Breeding Site Characteristics of Newts in Cumbria, England. . Herpetological Journal . 1991 ;1:549-554.
Monteith DT, Stoddard JL, Evans CD, De Wit HA, Forsius M, Hogasen T, Wilander A, Skjelkvale BL, Jeffries DS, Vuorenmaa J, et al. Dissolved organic carbon trends resulting from changes in atmospheric deposition chemistry. Nature. 2007 ;450:537-539.
Stevens PA, Williams TG, Norris DA, Rowland AP. Dissolved inorganic nitrogen budget for a forested catchment at Beddgelert, North Wales. Environmental Pollution. 1993 ;80:1-8.
Sutton MA, Milford C, Dragosits U, Place CJ, Singles RJ, Smith RI, Pitcairn CER, Fowler D, Hill J, ApSimon HM, et al. Dispersion, deposition and impacts of atmospheric ammonia: quantifying local budgets and spatial variability. Environmental Pollutution (Nitrogen Conference Special Issue). 1998 ;102:349-361.
Marnell F. Discriminant analysis of the terrestrial and aquatic habitat determinants of the smooth newt (Triturus vulgaris) and the common frog (Rana temporaria) in Ireland. Journal of Zoology. 1998 ;244:1-6.
Fowler D, Hargreaves K, Skiba U, Bower K. Direct Measurements of the UK Source Strength of Radiatively Active Gases.; 2000.
Fowler D, Hargreaves KJ, Skiba U, Bower KN. Direct measurement of the UK source strength of radiatively active gases.; 2000.
Makela A, Materna J, Schoop W. Direct Effects of Sulphur on Forests in Europe - a Regional Model of Risk. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (WP-87-57) [Internet]. 1987 . Available from: http://webarchive.iiasa.ac.at/Admin/PUB/Documents/WP-87-057.pdf
Cape JN. Direct damage to vegetation caused by acid rain and polluted cloud: definition of critical levels for forest trees. Environmental Pollution 82. 1993 :167-180.
Cape JN. Direct damage to vegetation caused by acid rain and polluted cloud: definition of critical levels for forest trees. Environmental Pollution. 1993 ;82:167-180.
Van Den Berg LJL, Vergeer P, Rich TCG, Smart SM, Guest D, Ashmore MR. Direct and indirect effects of nitrogen deposition on species composition change in calcareous grasslands. Global Change Biology. 2010 ;17:1871-83.
DECC . Digest of UK Energy Statistics. London: Department of Energy and Climate Change; 2009.
Bowler C, Brimblecombe P. The difficulties of abating smoke in Late Victorian York. Atmospheric Environment Part B-Urban Atmosphere. 1990 ;24:49-55.