APIS Bibliography

Journal Article
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Asman WAH, Drukker B, Janssen AJ. Modelled historical concentrations and depositions of ammonia and ammonium in Europe. Atmospheric Environment. 1988 ;22:725-735.
Marschner H. Mechansims of adaptions of plants to acid soils. Plant and Soil. 1991 ;134:1-20.
Beier C, Hultberg H, Moldan F, Wright RF. MAGIC applied to roof experiments to evaluate the rate of reversibility of acidification following experimentally reduced acid deposition. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:1745-1751.
Brimblecombe P. Long-term trends in London Fog. Science of the Total Environment. 1981 ;22:19-29.
Stoddard JL. Long-term changes in watershed retention of nitrogen - its causes and aquatic consequences. Environmental Chemistry of Lakes and Reservoirs. 1994 ;237:223-284.
Billett MF, FitzPatrickm EA, Cresser MS. Long term changes in the acidity of forest soils in north east Scotland. Soil Use and Management. 1988 ;4:102-107.
Seaward MRD. Large-scale air pollution monitoring using lichens. GeoJournal . 1992 ;28:403-411.
Munro IC, Doull MD, Giesy JP, Mackay D, Williams G. Interpretive review of the potential adverse affects of chlorinated organic chemicals on human health and the environment. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology. 1994 ;20:1-1056.
Lepisto A, Andersson L, Arheimer B, Sundblad K. Influence of catchment characteristics, forestry activities and deposition on nitrogen export from small forested catchments. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;84:81-102.
Fowler D, Cape JN, Leith ID, Choularton TW, Gay MJ, Jones A. The influence of altitude on rainfall composition at Great Dun Fell. Atmospheric Environment. 1988 ;22:1355-1362.
Ellenberg H. Indicator values of vascular plants in Central Europe. Scripta Geobotanica. 1979 ;9:7-122.
Kuylenstierna JCL, Chadwick MJ. Increases in soil acidity in north west Wales between 1957 and 1990. Ambio. 1991 ;20:118-119.
Long ER, MacDonald DD, Smith SL, Calder FD. Incidence of adverse biological effects within ranges of chemical concentrations in marine and estuarine sediments. Environmental Management. 1995 ;19:81-97.
Woodin SJ, Farmer AM. Impacts of sulphur and nitrogen deposition on sites and species of nature conservation importance in Great Britain. Biological Conservation. 1993 ;63:23-30.
Kroeze C, Seitzinger SP. The impact of land use on N2O emissions from watersheds draining into the Northeastern Atlantic Ocean and European Seas. Environtal Pollution. 1998 ;102:149 - 158.
Roelofs JGM. Impact of acidification and eutrophication on macrophyte communities in soft waters in the Netherlands. Aquatic Botany. 1983 ;17:139-155.
Hessen DO, Henriksen A, Hindar A, Mulder J, Torseth K, Vagstad N. Human impacts on the nitrogen cycle: A global problem judged from a local perspective. Ambio. 1997 ;26:321-325.
Pearce F. How Britain hides its acid soil. New Scientist. 1993 ;137:29-33.
Brimblecombe P, Bowler C. The history of air pollution in York, England. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association. 1992 ;42:1562-1566.
Duffus JH. “Heavy Metals” – A meaningless term. Pure and Applied Chemistry . 2002 ;74:793-807.
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.
Nojd P, Reames GA. Growth variation of Scots Pine across a pollution gradient on the Kola peninsula, Russia. Environmental Pollution . 1996 ;93:313-325.
Nriagu JO. A global assessment of natural sources of atmospheric trace metals. Nature. 1989 ;338:47-49.
Moffatt AJ. Forestry and soil protection in the UK. Soil Use and Management. 1991 ;7:145-151.