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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.
Anfossi D, Sandroni S. Short communication: Ozone levels in Paris one century ago. Atmospheric Environment . 1997 ;31(20):3481-3482.
Hogborn L. Shoot nitrate reductase activities of field-layer species in different forest types. . Scandinavian Journal Forest Research . 1994 ;9:124-128.
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.
Elser JJ, Anderson T, Baron JS, Bergstorm AK, Jansson M, Kyle M, Nydick KR, Steger L, Hesson DO. Shifts in lake N:P stoichiometry and nutrient limitation driven by atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Science. 2009 ;5954:835-837.
Pearse PA, Peakall DB, Reynolds LM. Shell thinning and residues of organochlorine and mercury in seabird eggs, Eastern Canada 1970-1976. Pesticide Monitoring Journal . 1979 ;13:61-68.
Tarhanen S, Poikolinen J, Holopainen T, Oskanen J. Severe photobiont injuries of lichens strongly associated with air pollution. New Phytologist. 2000 ;147:579-590.
Wilson EJ, Skeffington RA, Downer CJ, Maltby E, Immirzi P, Swanston C. Setting critical loads for dystrophic peat - a new approach. In: Battarbee R.W. (Ed): Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. London.: Environmental change Research Centre/ENSIS; 1994.
Wilson EJ, Skeffington, R.A., Downer CJ, Maltby E, Immirzi P, Swanston C. Setting critical loads for dystrophic peat - a new approach. In: Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. Acid Rain and its Impact: The Critical Loads Debate. ; 1994.
Khangarot BS, Ray PK. Sensitivity of toad tadpoles, Bufo melanostictus (Schneider), to heavy metals. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 1987 ;(38):523-527.
Bragg OM, Tallis JH. The sensitivity of peat-covered upland landscapes. Catena. 2001 ;42:345-360.
Mdkipdd R. Sensitivity of forest floor mosses in boreal forests to nitrogen and sulphur deposition. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 1995 ;85:1239-1244.
Vaughan GT, Greenslade PM. Sensitive bioassays for risk assessment of contaminated soils. Sydney: CSIRO Division of Coal and Energy Technology; 1998.
Rippey B. Sediment chemistry and atmospheric contamination. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London B. 1990 ;327:311-317.
Dohmen GP. Secondary effects of air pollution: Enhanced aphid growth. Environmental Pollution Series A, Ecological and Biological. 1985 ;39(3):227-234.
Farmer AM, Bell JNB, Bates JW. Seasonal variations in acidic pollutant inputs and their effects on the chemistry of stemflow, bark and epiphyte tissues in three oak woodlands in N.W. Britain. New Phytologist. 1991 ;118:441-451.
Baumgarten M, Werner H, Haberle KH, Emberson LD, Fabian P, Matyssek R. Seasonal ozone response of mature beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) at high altitude in the Bavarian Forest (Germany) in comparison with young beech grown in the field and in phytotrons. Environmental Pollution. 2000 ;109:431-442.
Näsholm T, Ericsson A. Seasonal changes in amino acids, protein and total nitrogen in needles of fertilised Scots pine trees. Tree Physiology. 1990 ;6:267-281.
Billett MF. Scotland's soils: Research issues in developing a soil sustainability strategy. Perth: Scottish Natural Heritage; 1994 pp. 25-29.
Fernandez S, Santin C, Marquinez J, Alvarez MA. Saltmarsh soil evolution after land reclamation in Atlantic estuaries (Bay of Biscay, North coast of Spain). Geomorphology. 2010 ;114(4):497-507.
Vernberg FJ. Salt-Marsh Processes - a Review.; 1993 pp. 2167-2195.