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Carbonell AA, Aarabi MA, DeLaune RD, Gambrell RP, Patrick WH. Arsenic in wetland vegetation: Availability, phytotoxicity, uptake and effects on plant growth and nutrition. Science of the Total Environment. 1998 ;(217):189-199.
Caporn SJM, Song W, Read DJ, Lee JA. The effect of repeated N fertlization on mye infection in heather (Calluna vulgaris (L) Hull). New Phytol. 1995 ;129:605-609.
Caporn SJM, Carroll J, Lei Y, Song W, Read DJ, Lee JA, Battarbee (E)RW. Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. In: London: Environmental Change Research Centre/ENSIS; 1994. pp. 146-150.
Caporn SJM, Ashenden TW, Lee JA. The effect of exposure to NO2 and SO2 on frost hardiness in Calluna vulgaris. Environmental and Experimental Botany . 2000 ;43:111-119.
Caporn SJM, Cockerill GJ, Lee JA. Acidic Deposition, its nature and impacts, Glasgow Conference Abstracts. Effects of atmospheric nitrogen deposition on upland Calluna vulgaris. 1990 :113.
Cape JN, Freer-Smith PH, Paterson IS, Parkinson JA, Wolfenden J. The nutritional status of Picea abies (L.) Karst. across Europe, and implications for "forest decline". Trees. 1990 ;4(4):211-224.
Cape JN, van der Eerden LJ, Sheppard LJ, Leith ID, Sutton MA. Evidence for changing the critical level for ammonia. Environmental Pollution . 2009 ;157:1033-1037.
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.
Cape JN. Interactions of forests with secondary air pollutants: Some challenges for future research. Environmental Pollution. 2008 ;155:391-397.
Canton JH, Adema DMM. Reproducibility of short-term and reproduction toxicity experiments with Daphnia magna and comparison of the sensitivity of Daphnia magna with Daphnia pulex and Daphnia cucullata in short-term experiments. Hydrobiologia. 1978 ;(59):135-140.
Canterford GS, Canterford DR. oxicity of heavy metals to the marine diatom Ditylum brightwellii (West) Grunow: correlation between toxicity and metal speciation. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 1980 ;(60):227-242.
Cannell MGR. Environmental impacts of forest monocultures: water use, acidification, wildlife conservation and carbon storage. New Forests. 1999 ;17:239-262.
Cannell MGR, Palutikof JP, Sparks TH. Indicators of climate change in the UK. Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions; 1999.
Canada NResearch C. Effects of chromium in the Canadian environment. Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada; 1976.
Calvo E, Martin C, Sanz MJ. Ozone sensitivity differences in five tomato cultivars: visible injury and effects on biomass and fruits. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 2007 ;186:167-181.
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.
Calabrese A, Collier RS, Nelson DA, MacInnes JR. The toxicity of heavy metals to embryos of the American oyster Crassostrea virginica. Marine Biology. 1973 ;(18):162-166.
Cairney JWG, Meharg AA. Influences of anthropogenic pollution on mycorrhizal fungal communities. Environmental Pollution. 1999 ;106:169-182.

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