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Soutar RG, Woodin (E)SJ, Farmer (E)AM. The effects of acid deposition on nature conservation in Great Britain. Peterborough: Nature Conservancy Council; 1991 pp. 62-66.
Woodin SJ, Farmer AM. The effects of acid deposition on nature conservation in Great Britain. Peterborough: Nature Conservancy Council; 1991.
Ormerod SJ, Woodin (E)SJ, Farmer (E)AM. The effects of acid deposition on nature conservation in Great Britain. Peterborough: Nature Conservancy Council; 1991 pp. p67-73.
Canada NResearch C. Effects of chromium in the Canadian environment. Ottawa: National Research Council of Canada; 1976.
Sheppard LI, Leith ID, Crossley A. Effects of enhanced N deposition on Cladonia portentosa; results from a field manipulation study. Peterborough: English Nature; 2004 pp. 51-62.
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurement NCRP. Effects of ionising radiation on aquatic organisms.; 1991 p. 115pp.
IAEA. Effects of Ionising Radiation on Plants and Animals at levels implied by Current Radiation Protection Standards. Vienna: International Atomic Energy AgencyInternational Atomic Energy Agency; 1992.
Kaupenjohann M, Dohler H, Bauer M. Effects of N-emissions on nutrient status and vitality of Pinus sylvestris near a hen house. .; 1989 pp. 279-328.
CEIP . Emissions as used in EMEP Models. Vienna, Austria: Centre on Emission Inventories and Projections.; 2010. Available from: http://www.ceip.at/
UNECE, Achermann (E)B, Bobbink (E)R. Empirical Critical Loads for Nitrogen - Expert Workshop, Berne 2002. SAEFL; 2003.
Bobbink R, Hornung M, Roelofs JGM. Empirical nitrogen critical loads for natural and semi-natural ecosystems. Berlin: Umweltbundesamt; 1996 pp. 71-96. .
Bobbink R, Roelofs JGM. Empirical nitrogen critical loads: update since Lokeberg (1992). (Hornung M, Sutton MA, Wilson RB). Bush: Institute of Terrestrial Ecology; 1995 pp. 9-19.
Reimer PS. Environmental effects of manganese and proposed freshwater guidelines to protect aquatic life in British Columbia. Department of Chemical & Bio-Resource Engineering, Bio-resource Engineering Program, University of British Columbia; 1999.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 125 Platinum. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1991.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 135 Cadmium - Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1992.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 200 Copper. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1998.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 200 Copper. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1998.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 221 Zinc. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 2001.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 224 Arsenic and arsenic compounds. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2001.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 226 Palladium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 2002.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 227: Fluorides. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 2002 p. pp 230.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 61 Chromium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1988.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 81 Vanadium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1988.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 85 Lead- Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1989.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 86 Mercury- Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1989.

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