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Rose F, Morris (E)MG, Perring (E)FH. The British Oak. In: Botanical Society of the British Isles.; 1974. pp. 250-273.
Brown AHF, Morris (E)MG, Perring (E)FH. The British Oak. Nutrient Cycles in Oak wood Ecosystems in NW England. 1974 :141-161.
Morris MG, Perring FH. The British Oak. 1974 .
Lee JA, Caporn SJM, Carroll J, Foot JP, Johnson D, Potter L, Taylor AFS, Bates (E)JW, Ashton (E)NW, Ducken JG. Bryology for the Twenty-first Century. In: ; 1998. pp. 331-341.
Virtanen R, Johnson AE, Crawley MJ, Edwards GR. Bryophyte biomass and species richness on the Park Grass Experiment, Rothamsted, UK. . Plant Ecology. 2000 ;151:129-141.
Glime JM. Bryophyte Ecology, Vol. 1. Physiological Ecology. Michigan Technological University and the International Association of Bryologists; 2007. Available from: www.bryoecol.mtu.edu
Arroniz-Crespo M, Leake JR, Horton P, Phoenix GK. Bryophyte physiological responses to, and recovery from, long-term nitrogen deposition and phosphorus fertilisation in acidic grassland. New Phytologist . 2008 ;180:864-874.
Tyler G. Bryophytes and heavy metals: a literature review. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society . 1990 ;104:231-253.
Bates JW, Farmer (E)AM. Bryophytes and Lichens in a Changing Environment. Oxford: Clarendon Press; 1992.
Brown DH, Bates JW. Bryophytes and Nutrient Cycling. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 1990 ;104:129-147.
Gilbert OL. Bryophytes as indicators of air pollution in the Tyne valley. New Phytologist. 1968 ;69:629-634.
Weibull H. Bryophytes on boulders - diversity, habitat preferences and conservation aspects. . 2000 .
Nicholson JK, Kendall MD, Osborn D. Cadmium and mercury nephrotoxicity. Nature. 1983 ;(304):633-635.
Nan Z, Li J, Zhang J, Cheng G. Cadmium and zinc interactions and their transfer in soil-crop system under actual field conditions. Science of the Total Environment. 2002 ;(285):187-195.
Mitchell SD, Fretz TA. Cadmium and zinc toxicity in white pine, red maple, and Norway spruce. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 1977 ;(102):81-84.
Eisler R. Cadmium hazards to fish, wildlife, and invertebrates: a synoptic review. USDI Fish and Wildlife Service. 1985 ;(46).
Rombough PJ, Garside ET. Cadmium toxicity and accumulation in eggs and alevins of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 1982 ;(60):2006-2014.
Nir R, Gasith A, Perry AS. Cadmium uptake and toxicity to water hyacinth: effect of repeated exposures under controlled conditions. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 1990 ;(44):149-157.
Smolders E. Cadmium uptake by plants. International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health. 2001 ;(14):177-183.
Oenema O. Calculated rates of soil acidification of intensively used grassland in the Netherlands. Fertilizer Research. 1990 ;26:217-228.
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.
Langan SJ, Bain DC, Wilson MJ. The calculation of weathering rates and their role in the determination of critical loads. (Battarbee RW). London: Environmental Change Research Centre/ENSIS; 1994 pp. 124-127.
Maggio A, De Pascale S, Fagnano M, Barbieri G. Can salt stress-induced physiological responses protect tomato crops from ozone damages in Mediterranean environments?. European Journal of Agronomy. 2007 ;26:454-461.
Wiedermann MM, Gunnarsson U, Nilsson MB, Nordin A, Ericson L. Can small-scale experiments predict ecosystem responses? An example from peatlands. Oikos. 2009 ;118(3):449-456.
Hicks WK, Leith ID, Woodin SJ, Fowler D. Can the foliar nitrogen concentration of upland vegetation be used for predicting atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Evidence from field surveys. . Environmental Pollution. 2000 ;107:367-376.