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Ayris PM, Delmelle P. The immediate environmental effects of tephra emission. Bulletin of Volcanology. 2012 ;74:1905-1936.
Ayazloo M, Bell JNB. Studies on the tolerance of SO2 of grass populations in polluted areas - I. Identification of tolerant populations. New Phytologist . 1981 ;88:203-222.
ATSD R. Toxicological profile for cobalt. Atlanta, GA: gency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; 1992.
Asman WAH, Sutton MA, Schjoerring JK. Ammonia: emission, atmospheric transport and deposition. New Phytologist. 1998 ;139:27-48.
Asman WAH, Drukker B, Janssen AJ. Modelled historical concentrations and depositions of ammonia and ammonium in Europe. Atmospheric Environment. 1988 ;22:725-735.
Ashmore MR, Keelan R. Ozone umbrella: effects of ground-level ozone on vegetation in the UK.; 2006.
Ashmore MR, Wilson [E]RB. Critical levels of air pollutants for Europe. London: Air Quality Division, Department of the Environment; 1994.
Ashmore MR, Bell JNB, Reily CL. Survey of ozone levels in British Isles using indicator plants. Nature. 1978 ;276(5690):813-815.
Ashmore MR, Sanders GE, Skarby L, Fuhrer J. Establishing critical levels for the effects of air pollution on vegetation. Water, Air and Soil Pollution . 1995 ;85:189-200.
Ashmore MR. Air pollution and agriculture. Outlook on Agriculture . 1991 ;20:139-144.
Ashmore MR, Dalpra C. The effects of London's air on plant growth. London Environ. Bull. 1985 ;3:4-5.
Ashenden TW. The effects of long-term exposures to SO2 and NO2 pollution on the growth of Dactylis glomerata L. and Poa pratensis L. Environmental Pollution. 1979 ;18:249-258.
Ashenden TW, Bell SA, Rafarel CR. Effects of nitrogen dioxide pollution on the growth of 3 fern species. Environmental Pollution . 1990 ;66:301-308.
Arts GHP, Van der Velde G, Roelofs JGM, Van Swaay CAM. Successional changes in the soft-water macrophyte vegetation of (sub)atlantic, sandy, lowland regions during this century. Freshwater Biology. 1990 ;24:287-294.
Arroniz-Crespo M, Leake JR, Horton P, Phoenix GK. Bryophyte physiological responses to, and recovery from, long-term nitrogen deposition and phosphorus fertilisation in acidic grassland. New Phytologist . 2008 ;180:864-874.
Arnolds E. Decline of ectomycorrhizal fungi in Europe. . Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment. 1991 ;35:209-244.
Arnold G. Soil acidification as caused by the nitrogen uptake pattern of Scots pine. Plant and Soil . 1992 ;142:41-51.
Armitage HF, Britton AJ, Van der Wal R, Pearce ISK, Thompson DBA, Woodin SJ. Nitrogen deposition enhances moss growth but leads to an overall decline in habitat condition of mountain moss-sedge heath. Global Change Biology. 2012 ;18(1):290-300.
Armitage HF, Britton AJ, Van der Wal R, Woodin SJ. Grazing exclusion and phosphorus addition as potential local management options for the restoration of alpine moss-sedge heath. Biological Conservation. 2012 ;153:17-24.
Armitage HF, Britton AJ, Woodin SJ, Van der Wal R. Assessing the recovery potential of alpine moss-sedge heath: reciprocal transplants along a nitrogen deposition gradient. Environmental Pollution. 2011 ;159:140- 147.
Angold PG. The impact of a road upon adjacent heathland vegetation: Effects on plant species composition. Journal of Applied Ecology . 1997 ;34:409-417.
Anfossi D, Sandroni S. Short communication: Ozone levels in Paris one century ago. Atmospheric Environment . 1997 ;31(20):3481-3482.
Anderson CP, Rygiewicz PT. Allocation of carbon in mycorrhizal Pinus ponderosa seedlings exposed to ozone. New Phytologist . 1995 ;131:471-480.

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