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Christensen ER, Scherfig J, Dixon PS. Effects of manganese, copper and lead on Selenastrum capricornutum and Chlorella stigmatophora. Water Research. 1979 ;(13):79-92.
Chapman PJ, Edwards AC, Reynolds C, Cresser M, Neal C. The nitrogen content of upland rivers in Britain: the significance of organic N. IAHS Publ. 1998 ;248:443-450.
Chaney RL. Zinc Phytotoxicity. In: In A. D. Robson Proceedings of the International Symposium on Zinc in Soil and Plants. In A. D. Robson Proceedings of the International Symposium on Zinc in Soil and Plants. University of Western Australia: Kluwer; 1993. pp. 135-150.
Chameides WL, Yu H, Liu SC, Bergin M, Zhou X, Mearns L, Wang G, Kiang CS, Saylor RD, Luo C, et al. Case study of the effects of atmospheric aerosols and regional haze on agriculture: An opportunity to enhance crop yields in China through emission controls?. PNAS. 1999 ;96:13626-13633.
Chamberlin DE, Warren RW, Crick HQP, Hall J, Metcalfe S, Ormerod S, Whyatt D, Vickery JA. Acidification and terrestrial birds.; 2000.
CEIP . Emissions as used in EMEP Models. Vienna, Austria: Centre on Emission Inventories and Projections.; 2010. Available from: http://www.ceip.at/
Carroll JA, Johnson D, Morecroft MD, Taylor AG, Caporn SJM, Lee JA. The effect of long-term nitrogen additions on the bryophyte cover of upland acidic grassland. Journal Bryology . 2000 ;22:83-89.
Carroll JA, Caporn SJM, Johnson D, Morecroft MD, Lee JA. The interactions between plant growth, vegetation structure and soil processes in semi-natural acidic and calcareous grasslands receiving long-term inputs of simulated pollutant nitrogen deposition. Environmental Pollution. 2003 ;121(3).
Carroll JA, Caporn SJM, Cawley L, Read DJ, Lee JA. The effect of increased deposition of atmospheric N on Cv in upland Britain. . New Phytol. 1999 ;141:423-431.
Carroll JA, Caporn SJM, Morecrof MD, Lee JA, Johnson D, Taylor A, Leake JR, Campbell CD, Cawley L, Lei Y, et al. Natural vegetation responses to atmospheric nitrogen deposition - critical levels and loads of nitrogen for vegetation growing on contrasting native soils. Sheneld: University of Sheneld; 1997.
Carreira JA, Harrison AF, Sheppard LJ, Woods C. Reduced soil P availability in a Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong) Carr) plantation induced by applied acid-mist: Significance in forest decline. Forest Ecology and Management . 1997 ;92:53-166.
Carfrae JA, Sheppard LJ, Raven JA, Leith ID, Crossley A. Potassium and phosphorus additions modify the response of Sphagnum capillifolium growing on a Scottish ombrotrophic bog to enhanced nitrogen deposition. Applied Geochemistry. 2007 ;22:1111–1121.
Carbonell-Barrachina AA, Aarabi MA, DeLaune RD, Gambrell RP, Patrick WH. he influence of arsenic chemical form and concentration on Spartina patens and Spartina alterniflora growth and tissue arsenic concentration. Plant and Soil. 1998 ;(198):33-43.
Carbonell AA, Aarabi MA, DeLaune RD, Gambrell RP, Patrick WH. Arsenic in wetland vegetation: Availability, phytotoxicity, uptake and effects on plant growth and nutrition. Science of the Total Environment. 1998 ;(217):189-199.
Caporn SJM, Cockerill GJ, Lee JA. Acidic Deposition, its nature and impacts, Glasgow Conference Abstracts. Effects of atmospheric nitrogen deposition on upland Calluna vulgaris. 1990 :113.
Caporn SJM, Song W, Read DJ, Lee JA. The effect of repeated N fertlization on mye infection in heather (Calluna vulgaris (L) Hull). New Phytol. 1995 ;129:605-609.
Caporn SJM, Carroll J, Lei Y, Song W, Read DJ, Lee JA, Battarbee (E)RW. Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. In: London: Environmental Change Research Centre/ENSIS; 1994. pp. 146-150.
Caporn SJM, Ashenden TW, Lee JA. The effect of exposure to NO2 and SO2 on frost hardiness in Calluna vulgaris. Environmental and Experimental Botany . 2000 ;43:111-119.
Cape JN. Interactions of forests with secondary air pollutants: Some challenges for future research. Environmental Pollution. 2008 ;155:391-397.
Cape JN, Freer-Smith PH, Paterson IS, Parkinson JA, Wolfenden J. The nutritional status of Picea abies (L.) Karst. across Europe, and implications for "forest decline". Trees. 1990 ;4(4):211-224.
Cape JN, van der Eerden LJ, Sheppard LJ, Leith ID, Sutton MA. Evidence for changing the critical level for ammonia. Environmental Pollution . 2009 ;157:1033-1037.
Cape JN. Direct damage to vegetation caused by acid rain and polluted cloud: definition of critical levels for forest trees. Environmental Pollution. 1993 ;82:167-180.
Cape JN. Direct damage to vegetation caused by acid rain and polluted cloud: definition of critical levels for forest trees. Environmental Pollution 82. 1993 :167-180.
Canton JH, Adema DMM. Reproducibility of short-term and reproduction toxicity experiments with Daphnia magna and comparison of the sensitivity of Daphnia magna with Daphnia pulex and Daphnia cucullata in short-term experiments. Hydrobiologia. 1978 ;(59):135-140.
Canterford GS, Canterford DR. oxicity of heavy metals to the marine diatom Ditylum brightwellii (West) Grunow: correlation between toxicity and metal speciation. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K. 1980 ;(60):227-242.

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