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Baudouin MF, Scoppa P. Acute toxicity of various metals to freshwater zooplankton. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 1974 ;(12):745-751.
Oskarsson A, Nordberg G, Block M, Rasmussen F, Petterson R, Skerfving S, Vahter M, Wicklund-Glynn A, Oborn I, Heikensten ML, et al. Adverse health effects due to soil water acidification: a Swedish research programme. Ambio. 1996 ;25:527-531.
Unsworth MH, Monteith JL. Aerosol and solar radiation in Britain. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 1972 ;98:778-797.
Kreiser AM, Appleby PG, Natkanski J, Rippey B, Battarbee RW. Afforestation and Lake Acidification: A Comparison of Four Sites in Scotland. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 1990 ;327:337-383.
Colls J. Air pollution an introduction. 1st ed.st ed. London: E & FN Spon; 1997 p. 341 pages.
Houlden G, McNeill S, Aminu-Kano M, Bell JNB. Air pollution and agricultural aphid pests. I: Fumigation experiments with SO2 and NO2. Environmental Pollution. 1990 ;67:305-314.
Houlden G, McNeill S, Aminu-Kano M, Bell JNB. Air Pollution and Agricultural Aphid Pests. I: Fumigation Experiments with SO2 and NO2. Environmental Pollution. 1990 ;67:305-314.
Ashmore MR. Air pollution and agriculture. Outlook on Agriculture . 1991 ;20:139-144.
Dudley N, Stolton S. Air pollution and biodiversity: a review. Switzerland: WWF International; 1996.
DOE . Air Pollution and Tree Health in the United Kingdom.; 1993.
McNeill S, Whittaker JB, Watt (E)AW, Leather (E)SR. Air pollution and tree-dwelling aphids. Population Dynamics of Forest Insects. Andover: Intercept ; 1990 pp. 195-208.
Eeva T, E. L, Rvnkd M. Air pollution fades the plumage of the Great Tit. Functional Ecology. 1998 ;12:607-612.
Brimblecombe P, Rodhe H. Air pollution - Historical trends. Durability of Building Materials. 1988 ;5:291-308.
Dohmen GP, McNeill S, Bell JNB. Air pollution increases Aphis fabae pest potential. Nature. 1984 ;307:52-53.
Taylor HJ, Ashmore MR, Bell JNB. Air pollution injury to vegetation. Chadwick House, London: IEHO; 1986.
WHO. Air Quality Guidelines for Europe. . Copenhagen: World Health Organisation; 2000.
Organization WH. Air quality guidelines for Europe. Copenhagen: World Health Organization; 1987.
Defra. The Air Quality Strategy for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (Volume 1). [Internet]. 2007 . Available from: http://www.official-documents.gov.uk/document/cm71/7169/7169_i.pdf
Perkins SM, Filippelli GM, Souch CJ. Airborne trace metal contamination of wetland sediments at Iniana Dunes National Lakeshore. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 2000 ;(122):231-260.
Göransson A. Alger, lavar och Garrupprättning hos unggranar längs en kvävegradient Sverige-Holland. Solna; 1990.
Anderson CP, Rygiewicz PT. Allocation of carbon in mycorrhizal Pinus ponderosa seedlings exposed to ozone. New Phytologist . 1995 ;131:471-480.
Mosello R, Wathne BM, Lien L, Birks HJB. Al:PE projects: water chemistry and critical loads. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:493-498.
Okano K, Ito O, Takeba G, Shimizu A, Totsuka T. Alteration of C-13 assimilate partitioning in plants of Phaseolus vulgaris exposed to ozone. New Phytologist. 1984 ;97:155-163.
Evans CD, Chapman PJ, Clark JM, Monteith DT, Cresser MS. Alternative explanations for rising dissolved organic carbon export from organic soils. Global Change Biology. 2006 ;12:2044-2053.
Midgley PA. Alternatives to CFCs and their behaviour in the atmosphere. In; Volatile Organic Compounds in the Atmosphere Re H, RM H. Issues in Environmental Science and Technology, The Royal Society of Chemistry. Cambridge UK. 1995 ;4:pp 91-108.