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Cape J.N, Bassin S, Fuhrer J., Gerosa G, Alonso R, Gimeno B., Gruenhage L., Mikkelsen T, Mills G..  2008.  Challenges in understanding the risks to natural and semi-natural vegetation from ozone exposure. Italian Journal of Agronomy. 3:53-59.
Mills G., Sharps K., Simpson D., Pleijel H., Frei M., Burkey K., Emberson L., Uddling J., Broberg M., Feng Z. et al..  2018.  Closing the global ozone yield gap: Quantification and co-benefits for multi-stress tolerance.. Global Change Biology. (Not yet assigned to an issue)
Emberson L.D, Buker P., Ashmore M.R, Mills G., Jackson L.S, Agrawal M., Atikuzzaman M.D, Cinderby S., Engardt M., Jamir C. et al..  2009.  A comparison of North American and Asian exposure-response data for ozone effects on crop yields. Atmospheric Environment. 43:1945-1953.
Schroder W., Pesch R., Hertel A., Schonrock S., Harmens H., Mills G., Ilyin I..  2013.  Correlation between atmospheric deposition of Cd, Hg and Pb and their concentrations in mosses specified for ecological land classes covering Europe. Atmospheric Pollution. 4:267-274.
Harmens H., Ilyin I., Mills G., Aboal J.R, Alber R., Blum O., Coskun M., De Temmerman L., Fernandez J.A, Figueira R. et al..  2012.  Country-specific correlations across Europe between modelled atmospheric cadmium and lead deposition and concentrations in mosses. Environmental Pollution. 166:1-9.
Mills G., Hayes F., Simpson D., Emberson L., Norris D., Harmens H., Buker P..  2011.  Evidence of widespread effects of ozone on crops and (semi-)natural vegetation in Europe (1990-2006) in relation to AOT40-and flux-based risk maps. Global Change Biology. 17:592-613.
Pleijel H., Danielsson H., Simpson D., Mills G..  2014.  Have ozone effects on carbon sequestration been overestimated? A new biomass response function for wheat Biogeosciences. 11:4521-4528.
Harmens H., Norris D.A, Sharps K., Mills G., Alber R., Aleksiayenak Y., Blum O., Cucu-Man S.M, Dam M., De Temmerman L. et al..  2015.  Heavy metal and nitrogen concentrations in mosses are declining across Europe whilst some "hotspots" remain in 2010. Environmental Pollution. 200:93-104.
Mills G., Hayes F., Jones M.LM, Cinderby S..  2007.  Identifying ozone-sensitive communities of (semi-)natural vegetation suitable for mapping exceedance of critical levels. Environmental Pollution. 146:736-743.
Hayes F., Mills G., Williams P., Harmens H., Buker P..  2006.  Impacts of summer ozone exposure on the growth and overwintering of UK upland vegetation. Atmospheric Environment. 40:4088-4097.

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