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Gove B, Power S, Buckley GP, Ghazoul J. Effects of herbicide spray drift and fertiliser over-spread on selected species of woodland ground flora: Comparison between short-term and long-term impact assessments and field surveys. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2007 ;44:374-384.
Morrissey T, Ashmore MR, Emberson LD, Cinderby S, Buker P. The impacts of ozone on nature conservation .; 2007.
Britton AJ, Fisher JM. Interactive effects of nitrogen deposition, fire and grazing on diversity and composition of low-alpine prostrate Calluna vulgaris heathland. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2007 ;44:125-135.
Britton AJ, Fisher JM. NP stoichiometry of low-alpine heathland: usefulness for bio-monitoring and prediction of pollution impacts. Biological Conservation. 2007 ;138:100-108.
Braun S, Schindler C, Rihm B, Flückiger W. Shoot growth of mature Fagus sylvatica and Picea abies in relation to ozone. Environmental Pollution. 2007 ;146:624-628.
Bealey WJ, Dore AJ. Source attribution and critical loads assessment for Special Areas of Conservation and Special Protection Areas in the UK.; 2007.PDF icon SiteRelevantCLs_SNIFFER_eversion.pdf (725.65 KB)
Battipaglia G, Cherubini P, Saurer M, Siegwolf RT, Strumia S, Cotrufo F. Volcanic explosive eruptions of the Vesuvio decrease tree-ring growth but not photosynthetic rates in the surrounding forests. Global Change Biology. 2007 ;13:1122-1137.
Bossuyt B, De Fré B, Hoffmann M. Abundance and flowering succes patterns in a short-term grazed grassland: early evidence of facilitation. Journal of Ecology . 2005 ;93 :1104-1114.
Borer CH, Schaberg PG, DeHayes DH. Acidic mist reduces foliar membrane-associated calcium and impairs stomatal responsiveness in red spruce,. Tree Physiology. 2005 ;25(6):673-680.
Monteith DT, Hildrew AG, Flower RJ, Raven PJ, Beaumont WRB, Collen P, Kreiser AM, Shilland EM, Winterbottom JH. Biological responses to the chemical recovery of acidified fresh waters in the UK. Environmental Pollution. 2005 ;137:83-101.
Van Den Berg LJ, Dorland E, Vergeer P, Hart MAC, Bobbink R, Roelofs JG. Decline of acid‐sensitive plant species in heathland can be attributed to ammonium toxicity in combination with low pH. New Phytologist. 2005 ;166(2):551-564.
Nilsson LO, Giesler R, Bååth E, Wallander H. Growth and biomass of mycorrhizal mycelia in coniferous forestsalong short natural nutrient gradients. New Phytologist. 2005 ;165:613–622.
Vandermeiren K, Black C, Pleijel H, De Temmerman L. Impact of rising tropospheric ozone on potato: effects on photosynthesis, growth, productivity and yield quality. Plant Cell and Environment. 2005 ;28:982-996.
Britton AJ, Pearce ISKP, Jones B. Impacts of grazing on montane heath vegetation in Wales and implications for the restoration of montane areas. Biological Conservation. 2005 ;125:515-524.
Kirby K, Smart SM, Black HI, Bunce RGH, Corney PM, Smithers RJ. Long-term ecological change in British woodlands (1971 - 2001). Peterborough: English Nature; 2005 pp. 1-139.
Kirby K, Smart SM, Black HI, Bunce RGH, Corney PM, Smithers RJ. Long-term ecological change in British woodlands (1971 - 2001). Peterborough: English Nature; 2005 pp. 1-139.
Gauci V, Dise N, Blake S. Long-term suppression of wetland methane flux following a pulse of simulated acid rain. Geophysical Research Letters. 2005 ;32(12).
Van der Wal R, Pearce ISK, Brooker RW. Mosses and the struggle for light in a nitrogen-polluted world. Oecologia . 2005 ;142 :159–168.
Solga A, Burkhardt J, Zechmeister HG, Frahm JP. Nitrogen content, 15N natural abundance and biomass of the two pleurocarpous mosses Pleurozium schreberi (Brid.) Mitt.and Scleropodium purum (Hedw.) Limpr. in relation to atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Environmental Pollution. 2005 ;134:465-473.