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WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 61 Chromium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1988.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 224 Arsenic and arsenic compounds. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2001.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 135 Cadmium - Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1992.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 226 Palladium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 2002.
WHO. Effects of atmospheric nitrogen compounds (particularly nitrogen oxides) on plants. In: Environmental Health Criteria Series. Vol. 188. Environmental Health Criteria Series. Geneva: WHO; 1997. pp. 115–191.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 200 Copper. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1998.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 85 Lead- Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1989.
Wiedermann MM, Nordin A, Gunnarsson U, Nilsson MB, Ericson L. Global change shifts vegetation and plant-parasite interactions in a boreal mire. Ecology. 2007 ;88:454-464.
Wiedermann MM, Gunnarsson U, Nilsson MB, Nordin A, Ericson L. Can small-scale experiments predict ecosystem responses? An example from peatlands. Oikos. 2009 ;118(3):449-456.
Wilbourn S, Davison AW, Ollerenshaw JH. The use of an unenclosed field fumigation system to determine the effects of elevated ozone on a grass clover mixture. New Phytologist. 1995 ;129:23-32.
Wildhaber ML, Schmitt CJ. Hazard ranking of contaminated sediments based on chemical analysis, laboratory toxicity tests and benthic community composition: prioritizing sites for remedial action. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 1996 ;22:639-652.
Wilkinson JM, Hill J, Hillman JP. he accumulation of potentially toxic elements in edible body tissues of lambs grazing after a single application of sewage sludge. Water Research. 2003 ;(37):128-138.
Will-Wolf S. Structure of Corticolous Lichen Communities Before and After Exposure to Emissions from a "Clean" Coal-Fired Generating Station. The Bryologist. 1980 ;83(3):281-295.
Williams A. Methane Emissions. London: Watt Committee on Energy; 1994.
Williams BL, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Francez AJ, Gilbert D, Ilomets M, Jauhiainen J, Matthey Y, Silcock DJ. The fate of NH4NO3 added to Sphagnum magellanicum carpets at five European mire sites. Biogeochemistry. 1999 ;45:73-93.
Williamson J. The impacts of elevated ozone on plant vitality and carbon cycling in wetlands. . 2009 ;PhD.
Willis AJ. Braunton Burrows: The effects on the vegetation of the addition of mineral nutrients to the dune soils. Journal of Ecology . 1963 ;51:353-374.
Wilson JD. The breeding biology and population history of the Dipper Cinclus cinclus on a Scottish river system. Bird Study. 1996 ;43:108-118.
Wilson EJ, Skeffington, R.A., Downer CJ, Maltby E, Immirzi P, Swanston C. Setting critical loads for dystrophic peat - a new approach. In: Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. ; 1994.
Wilson TM, Cole JW, Stewart C, Cronin SJ, Johnston DM. Ash storms: impacts of wind-remobilised volcanic ash on rural communities and agriculture following the 1991 Hudson eruption, southern Patagonia, Chile. Bulletin of Volcanology. 2011 ;73(3):223-239.
Wilson EJ, Emmett BA. Factors influencing nitrogen saturation in forest ecosystems: Advances in our understanding since the mid 1980s. in the impact of nitrogen deposition on natural and semi-natural ecosystems. Kluwer Academic Press. 1999 .
Wilson EJ, Skeffington RA, Maltby E, Immirzi P, Swanston C, Proctor M. Towards a new method of setting a critical load of acidity for ombrotrophic peat. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:2491-2496.
Wilson EJ, Wells TCE, Sparks TH. Are calcareous grasslands in the UK under threat from nitrogen deposition - an experimental determination of a critical load. Journal of Ecology . 1995 ;83:823-832.
Wilson EJ, Skeffington RA. The effects of excess nitrogen deposition on young Norway spruce trees. Part I: the vegetation. Environmental Pollution. 1994 ;86:153-160.
Wilson EJ, Skeffington RA, Downer CJ, Maltby E, Immirzi P, Swanston C. Setting critical loads for dystrophic peat - a new approach. In: Battarbee R.W. (Ed): Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. London.: Environmental change Research Centre/ENSIS; 1994.