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Kaitera J. Cronartium flaccidum fruitbody production on Melampyrum spp and some important alternate hosts to pine. European Journal of Forest Pathology. 1999 ;29.
Curtis C, Allott T, Hall J, Harriman R, Helliwel R, Hughes M, Kernan M, Reynolds B, Ullyett J. Critical loads of sulphur and nitrogen for freshwaters in Great Britain and assessment of deposition reduction requirements with the First-order Acidity Balance (FAB) model. Hydrology And Earth System Sciences. 2000 ;4:125-140.
Karenlampi L. Critical levels for ozone in Europe: Testing and finalising the concepts. (Skarby L).; 1996.
Rennenberg H, Kreutzer K, Papen H, Weber P. Consequences of high loads of nitrogen for spruce (Picea abies) and beech (Fagus sylvatica) forests. . New Phytologist. 1998 ;139:71-89.
Leith ID, Sheppard LJ, Pitcairn CER, Cape JN, Hill PW, Kennedy VH, Tang YS, Smith RI, D. F. Comparison of the effects of dry deposited N as NH3 with wet deposited N as NH4Cl on acid moorland vegetation. Water Air and Soil Pollution (In press). 2001 .
Waber M, Dietl C, Kohler J, Peichl L. Comparison of bioaccumulation and deposition of antimony, lead and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in two different areas. Umweltwissenschaften und Schadstoff Forschung. 1998 ;(10):276-280.
Kroeze C, Mosier A, Bouwman L. Closing the global N2O budget: a retrospective analysis 1500 - 1994. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 1999 ;13:1-8.
Kerr A, Shackley S, Milne R, Allen S. Climate change: Scottish implications scoping study. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive Central Research Unit; 1999.
Kasurinen A, Riikonen J, Oksanen E, Vapaavuori E, Holopainen T. Chemical composition and decomposition of silver birch leaf litter produced under elevated CO2 and O3. Plant and Soil. 2006 ;282:261-280.
Hammer D, Keller C. Changes in the rhizosphere of metal-accumulating plants evidenced by chemical extractants. Journal of Environmental Quality. 2002 ;(31):1561-1569.
Knapton RW, Petrie SA. Changes in distribution and abundance of submerged macrophytes in the Inner Bay at Long Point, Lake Erie: Implications for foraging waterfowl. Journal of Great Lakes Research . 1999 ;25:783-798.
Kivimaki SK. Changes in carbon and nitrogen dynamics in Sphagnum capillifolium under enhanced nitrogen deposition. [Internet]. 2011 ;PhD. Available from: www.era.lib.ed.ac.uk/bitstream/1842/5728/2/Kivimäki2011.pdf
Buscher P, Koedam N, Vanspeybroeck D. Cation-exchange properties and adaptation to soil acidity in bryophytes. New Phytologist . 1990 ;115:117-186.
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.
Pawlisz AV, Kent RA, Schneider UA, Jefferson C. Canadian water quality guidelines for chromium. Environmental Toxicology and Water Quality. 1997 ;(12):123-183.
Ingersoll CG, Haverland PS, Brunson EL, Canfield TJ, Dwyer FJ, Henke CE, Kemble NE, Mount DR, Fox RG. Calculation and evaluation of sediment effect concentrations for the amphiod Hyalella azteca and the midge Chironomus riparius. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 1996 ;22:602-623.
Nicholson JK, Kendall MD, Osborn D. Cadmium and mercury nephrotoxicity. Nature. 1983 ;(304):633-635.