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Ratcliffe DA. A Nature Conservation Review. Cambridge University Press. 1977 ;Volume I.
Ratcliffe DA, Thompson DBA, Usher (E)MB, Thompson (E)DBA. Ecological Change in the Uplands. In: Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications; 1988. pp. 9-36.
Ranwell D. The dune system and dune slack habitat. Journal of Ecology . 1959 ;447:571-600.
Rantanen L, Palomaki V, Holopainen T. Interactions between exposure to O3 and nutrient uptake, growth, mycorrhizal and needle ultra-structure. New Phytologist. 1994 ;128:679-687.
Ranta P. Changes in urban lichen diversity after a fall in sulphur dioxide levels in the city of Tampere, SW Finland. Annales Botanici Fennici . 2001 ;38(4):295-304.
Ramsay SL, Houston DC. Do acid rain and calcium supply limit eggshell formation for blue tits (Parus caeruleus) in the UK? . Journal of Zoology. 1999 ;247:121-125.
Ramo K, Kanerva T, Ojanpera K, Manninen S. Growth onset, senescence, and reproductive development of meadow species in mesocosms exposed to elevated O3 and CO2. Environmental Pollution. 2007 ;145:850-860.
Ramachandran V, D'Souza TJ. Plant uptake of cadmium, zinc and manganese from four contrasting soils amended with Cd-enriched sewage sludge. Journal of Environmental Science and Health. 2002 ;(37):1337-1346.
Raitio H, Tuovinen JP, Anttila P. Relation between sulphur concentrations in Scots Pine needles and the air in northernmost Europe. . Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:1361-1366.
on Rain RGA. Acid Deposition in the United Kingdom 1992-1994.; 1997.
on Rain RGA. Acid Deposition in the United Kingdom 1992-1994.; 1997.
Rademacher P. Atmospheric Heavy Metals and Forest Ecosystems. Geneva: UN/ECE; 2001.
Raddum GG, Fjeilheim A, Steinberg (E)CEW, Wright (E)RF. Acidification of freshwater ecosystems: implications for the future. Environmental Sciences Research Report. Chitchester: John Wiley and Sons; 1994 pp. 345-354.
Raddum G, Skjelkvale BL. Critical limits of acidification to invertebrates in different regions of Europe. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:475-480.
Rackham O. The history of the countryside. 1986 .
Weinstein LH, Davison AW, Arndt U. Fluoride. In: Recognition of Air Pollutant Injury to Vegetation: A Pictorial Atlas. 2nd Edition. Pittsburgh, PA: Air & Waste Management Association; 1998 pp. pp 4-1 to 4-27.
Pyatt FB, Lacy D, Pyatt AJ. Some effects of acid rain on the mobilisation of elements from bird eggs. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin . 1998 ;7:334-337.
Purvis OW, Coppins BJ, Hawksworth DL, James P, Moore DM. Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland. London: The Natural History Museum; 1992 p. 710.
Pukacki PM, Kaminska-Rozak E. Long-term implications of industrial pollution stress on lipids composition in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) roots. Acta Physiologiae Plantarum . 2002 ;24(3):249-255.
Pugh RE, Dick DG, Fredeen AL. Heavy metal (Pb, Zn, Cd, Fe and Cu) contents of plant foliage near the Anvil Range lead/zinc mine, Faro, Yukon Territory. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 2002 ;(52):273-279.
Pruppacher HR, Klett JD. Microphysics of Clouds and Precipitation. Dordrecht, NL: Reidel Publishing Company; 1978 p. 715 pp.
Preston CD, Pearman DA, Dines (E)TD. New Atlas of the British and Irish Flora. 2002 .
Preston CD, Hill MO, Smith A. Atlas of the bryophytes of the British Isles. Cambridge University Press. 1994 .
Preston CD, Croft JM. Aquatic Plants in Britain and Ireland. Colechester: Harley Books; 1997 p. 365.
Press MC, Woodin SJ, Lee JA. The potential importance of an increased atmospheric nitrogen supply to the growth of ombrotrophic Sphagnum species. New Phytologist. 1986 ;103:45-55.