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Van Scholl L, Keltjens WG, Hoffland E, Van Breemen N. Aluminium concentration versus the base cation to aluminium ratio as predictors for aluminium toxicity in Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management. 2004 ;195(3):301-309.
Midgley PA. Alternatives to CFCs and their behaviour in the atmosphere. In; Volatile Organic Compounds in the Atmosphere Re H, RM H. Issues in Environmental Science and Technology, The Royal Society of Chemistry. Cambridge UK. 1995 ;4:pp 91-108.
Evans CD, Chapman PJ, Clark JM, Monteith DT, Cresser MS. Alternative explanations for rising dissolved organic carbon export from organic soils. Global Change Biology. 2006 ;12:2044-2053.
Okano K, Ito O, Takeba G, Shimizu A, Totsuka T. Alteration of C-13 assimilate partitioning in plants of Phaseolus vulgaris exposed to ozone. New Phytologist. 1984 ;97:155-163.
Mosello R, Wathne BM, Lien L, Birks HJB. Al:PE projects: water chemistry and critical loads. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:493-498.
Anderson CP, Rygiewicz PT. Allocation of carbon in mycorrhizal Pinus ponderosa seedlings exposed to ozone. New Phytologist . 1995 ;131:471-480.
Göransson A. Alger, lavar och Garrupprättning hos unggranar längs en kvävegradient Sverige-Holland. Solna; 1990.
Perkins SM, Filippelli GM, Souch CJ. Airborne trace metal contamination of wetland sediments at Iniana Dunes National Lakeshore. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 2000 ;(122):231-260.
Defra. The Air Quality Strategy for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (Volume 1). [Internet]. 2007 . Available from: http://www.official-documents.gov.uk/document/cm71/7169/7169_i.pdf
WHO. Air Quality Guidelines for Europe. . Copenhagen: World Health Organisation; 2000.
Organization WH. Air quality guidelines for Europe. Copenhagen: World Health Organization; 1987.
Taylor HJ, Ashmore MR, Bell JNB. Air pollution injury to vegetation. Chadwick House, London: IEHO; 1986.
Dohmen GP, McNeill S, Bell JNB. Air pollution increases Aphis fabae pest potential. Nature. 1984 ;307:52-53.
Brimblecombe P, Rodhe H. Air pollution - Historical trends. Durability of Building Materials. 1988 ;5:291-308.
Eeva T, E. L, Rvnkd M. Air pollution fades the plumage of the Great Tit. Functional Ecology. 1998 ;12:607-612.
McNeill S, Whittaker JB, Watt (E)AW, Leather (E)SR. Air pollution and tree-dwelling aphids. Population Dynamics of Forest Insects. Andover: Intercept ; 1990 pp. 195-208.
DOE . Air Pollution and Tree Health in the United Kingdom.; 1993.
Dudley N, Stolton S. Air pollution and biodiversity: a review. Switzerland: WWF International; 1996.
Ashmore MR. Air pollution and agriculture. Outlook on Agriculture . 1991 ;20:139-144.
Houlden G, McNeill S, Aminu-Kano M, Bell JNB. Air Pollution and Agricultural Aphid Pests. I: Fumigation Experiments with SO2 and NO2. Environmental Pollution. 1990 ;67:305-314.
Houlden G, McNeill S, Aminu-Kano M, Bell JNB. Air pollution and agricultural aphid pests. I: Fumigation experiments with SO2 and NO2. Environmental Pollution. 1990 ;67:305-314.
Colls J. Air pollution an introduction. 1st ed.st ed. London: E & FN Spon; 1997 p. 341 pages.
Kreiser AM, Appleby PG, Natkanski J, Rippey B, Battarbee RW. Afforestation and Lake Acidification: A Comparison of Four Sites in Scotland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 1990 ;327:337-383.
Unsworth MH, Monteith JL. Aerosol and solar radiation in Britain. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 1972 ;98:778-797.
Oskarsson A, Nordberg G, Block M, Rasmussen F, Petterson R, Skerfving S, Vahter M, Wicklund-Glynn A, Oborn I, Heikensten ML, et al. Adverse health effects due to soil water acidification: a Swedish research programme. Ambio. 1996 ;25:527-531.

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