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Woolgrove CE, Woodin SJ. Ecophysiology of a snow-bed bryophyte Kiaeria starkei during snowmelt and uptake of nitrate from meltwater. Canadian Journal of Botany . 1996 ;74:1095-1103.
Woolgrove CE, Woodin SJ. Effects of pollutants in snowmelt on Kiaeria starkei, a characteristic species of late snowbed bryophyte dominated vegetation. New Phytologist 133, 519-529. Brown D. H. and Bates J. W. (1990): Bryophytes and Nutrient Cycling. New Phytologist. 1996 ;133:519-529.
Woodin SJ, Farmer AM. The effects of acid deposition on nature conservation in Great Britain. Peterborough: Nature Conservancy Council; 1991.
Wilson EJ, Skeffington RA. The effects of excess nitrogen deposition on young Norway spruce trees. Part I: the soil. Environmental Pollution. 1994 ;86:141-151.
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.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 61 Chromium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1988.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 221 Zinc. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 2001.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 86 Mercury- Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1989.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 81 Vanadium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1988.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 226 Palladium. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 2002.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 224 Arsenic and arsenic compounds. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2001.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 227: Fluorides. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 2002 p. pp 230.
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 135 Cadmium - Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1992.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 85 Lead- Environmental Aspects. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1989.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 125 Platinum. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1991.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 200 Copper. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1998.
WHO. Environmental Health Criteria 200 Copper. Geneva: World Health Organisation; 1998.
White CC, Dawod AM, Cruickshank K, Gammack S, Cresser MS. Evidence for acidification of sensitive Scottish soils by atmospheric deposition. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:1203-1208.
Westlund A, Nohrstedt HO. Effects of stump-treatment substances for root-rot control on ground vegetation and soil properties in a Picea abies forest in Sweden. Scandinavian Journal Forest Research . 2000 ;15550-560:550-560.
Weinstein LH, McCune DC, Aluisio AL, van Leuken P. The effect of sulphur dioxide on the incidence and severity of bean rust and early blight of tomato. Environmental Pollution. 1975 ;9:145-155.
Wedlich KV, Rintoul N, Peacock S, Cape NJ, Coyle M, Toet S, Barnes J, Ashmore M. Effects of ozone on species composition in an upland grassland. Oecologia. 2012 ;168:1137-1146.
Warrington S, Mansfield TA, Whittaker JB. Effect of SO2 on the Reproduction of Pea Aphids, Acyrthosiphon- Pisum, and the Impact of SO2 and Aphids on the Growth and Yield of Peas. Environmental Pollution. 1987 ;48:285-294.

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