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Jones MR, Raven JA, Leith ID, Cape JN, Smith RI, Fowler D. Short-term flux chamber experiment to quantify the deposition of gaseous 15N-NH3 to Calluna vulgaris. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, . 2008 ;148 (6-7):893-901.
Soares A, Pearson J. Short-term physiological responses of mosses to atmospheric ammonium and nitrate. . Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1997 ;93:225-242.
Hessen DO, Hindar A, Holtan G. The significance of nitrogen runoff for eutrophication of freshwater and marine recipients. Ambio. 1997 ;26:312-320.
Sanchez-Camazano M, Sanchez-Martin MJ, Lorenzo LF. Significance of soil properties for content and distribution of cadmium and lead in natural calcareous soils. Science of the Total Environment. 1998 ;(218):217-226.
Riikonen J, Lindsberg MM, Holopainen T, Oksanen E, Lappi J, Peltonen P, Vapaavuori E. Silver birch and climate change: variable growth and carbon allocation responses to elevated concentrations of carbon dioxide and ozone. Tree Physiology. 2004 ;24(11):1227-1237.
Bramryd T, Fransman B. Silvicultural use of wood ashes - effects on the nutrient and heavy metal balance in a pine forest soil. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:1039-1044.
Maslov AI, Pavlova EA. Simple Method for Fractionation of Parmelia sulcata Lichen Thalli. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology. 2005 ;52:271-274.
de Vries W, Posch M, Kamari J. Simulation of the long-term soil response to acid deposition in various buffer ranges. Water, Air and Soil Pollution . 1989 ;48:349-490.
Adaros G, Weigel HJ, Jager HJ. Single and Interactive Effects of Low Levels of O3, SO2 and NO2 on the Growth and Yield of Spring Rape. Environmental Pollution. 1991 ;72:269-286.
Strengbom J, Nordin A, Ndsholm T, Ericson L. Slow recovery of boreal forest ecosystem following decreased nitrogen input. . Functional Ecology. 2001 ;15:451-457.
Strengbom J, Nordin A, Näsholm T, Ericson L. Slow recovery of boreal forest ecosystem following decreased nitrogen input. Functional Ecology . 2001 ;15:451-457.
de Klein CAM, Monaghan RM, Sinclair AG. Soil acidification: a provisional model for New Zealand pastoral systems. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research. 1997 ;40(4):541-557.
Falkengren-Grerup U. Soil acidification and vegetation changes in deciduous forest in Southern Sweden. Oecologia. 1986 ;70:339-347.
Arnold G. Soil acidification as caused by the nitrogen uptake pattern of Scots pine. Plant and Soil . 1992 ;142:41-51.
Butterbach-Bahl K, Willibald G, Papen H. Soil core method for direct simultaneous determination of N-2 and N2O emissions from forest soils. Plant and Soil. 2002 ;240:105-116.
Skiba U, Sheppard LJ, Pitcairn CER, Leith ID, Crossley A, van Dijk S, Kennedy VJ, Fowler D. Soil nitrous oxide and nitric oxide emissions as indicators of the exceedance of critical loads of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in semi-natural ecosystems. Environmental Pollution. 1998 ;102(S1):457-461.
Gorham E. Some chemical aspects of wetland ecology. Memorandum, Natural Research Council Canada Assoc. Committee on Geotechnical Research. 1967 :20-38.
Thomas MD, Hendricks RH, Hill GR. Some chemical reactions of sulphur dioxide after absorption by alfalfa and sugar beets. Plant Physiology. 1944 ;19(2):212-226.
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.
Wöllecke J, Munzenberger B, Huttl RF. Some effects of N on ectomycorrhizal diversity of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in northeastern Germany. . Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1999 ;116:135-140.
Benedict WG. Some morphological and physiological effects of palladium on Kentucky bluegrass. Canadian Journal of Botany. 1970 ;(48):91-93.
White DJB. Some observations on the vegetation of Blakeney Point, Norfolk, following the disappearance of rabbits in 1954. Journal of Ecology . 1961 ;49:113-118.
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)
Thorpe A, Harrison RM. Sources and properties of non-exhaust particulate matter from road traffic: A review. Science of The Total Environment. 2008 ;400:270-282.
Dragosits U, Dore AJ, Sheppard LJ, Vieno M, Tang YS, Theobald MR, Sutton MA. Sources, dispersion and fate of atmospheric ammonia. In: In: Hatfield, J.L.; Follett, R.F., (eds.) Nitrogen in the Environment - Sources, Problems, and Management. Academic Press, . In: Hatfield, J.L.; Follett, R.F., (eds.) Nitrogen in the Environment - Sources, Problems, and Management. Academic Press, . ; 2008. pp. 333-393.