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Harmens H., Foan L., Simon V., Mills G..  2013.  Terrestrial mosses as biomonitors of atmospheric POPs pollution: A review. Environmental Pollution. 173:245-254.
Mills G., Buse A., Gimeno B., Bermejo V., Holland M., Emberson L., Pleijel H..  2007.  A synthesis of AOT40-based response functions and critical levels of ozone for agricultural and horticultural crops. Atmospheric Environment. 41:2630-2643.
Hayes F., Mills G., Alonso R., González-Fernández I., Coyle M., Grunhage L., Gerosa G., Karlsson P.E., Marzuoli R..  2019.  A Site-Specific Analysis of the Implications of a Changing Ozone Profile and Climate for Stomatal Ozone Fluxes in Europe.
Harmens H., Schnyder E., Thoni L., Cooper D.M, Mills G., Leblond S., Mohr K., Poikolainen J., Santamaria J., Skudnik M. et al..  2014.  Relationship between site-specific nitrogen concentrations in mosses and measured wet bulk atmospheric nitrogen deposition across Europe. Environmental Pollution. 194:50-59.
Jones M.LM, Hayes F., Mills G., Sparks T.H, Fuhrer J..  2007.  Predicting community sensitivity to ozone, using Ellenberg Indicator values. Environmental Pollution. 146:744-753.
Simpson D., Arneth A., Mills G., Solberg S., Uddling J..  2014.  Ozone - the persistent menace: interactions with the N cycle and climate change. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 9-10:9-19.
Pleijel H., Danielsson H., Emberson L., Ashmore M.R, Mills G..  2007.  Ozone risk assessment for agricultural crops in Europe: Further development of stomatal flux and flux-response relationships for European wheat and potato. Atmospheric Environment. 41:3022-3040.
Mills G., Sharps K., Simpson D., Pleijel H., Broberg M., Uddling J., Jaramillo F., Davies W.J., Dentener F., Van den Berg M. et al..  2018.  Ozone pollution will compromise efforts to increase global wheat production.. Global Change Biology. 24:3560-3574.
Mills G., Harmens H., Wagg S., Sharps K., Hayes F., Fowler D., Sutton M., Davies B..  2016.  Ozone impacts on vegetation in a nitrogen enriched and changing climate. Environmental Pollution. 208:898-908.
Harmens H., Norris D.A, Cooper D.M, Mills G., Steinnes E., Kubin E., Thoni L., Aboal J.R, Alber R., Carballeira A. et al..  2011.  Nitrogen concentrations in mosses indicate the spatial distribution of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in Europe. Environmental Pollution. 159:2852-2860.
Dai L., Hayes F., Sharps K., Harmens H., Mills G..  2019.  Nitrogen availability does not affect ozone flux-effect relationships for biomass in birch (Betula pendula) saplings.
Mills G., Pleijel H., Braun S., Buker P., Bermejo V., Calvo E., Danielsson H., Emberson L., Fernandez I.G, Grunhage L. et al..  2011.  New stomatal flux-based critical levels for ozone effects on vegetation. Atmospheric Environment. 45:5064-5068.
Hayes F., Jones M.LM, Mills G., Ashmore M..  2007.  Meta-analysis of the relative sensitivity of semi-natural vegetation species to ozone. Environmental Pollution. 146:754-762.
Schroder W., Pesch R., Schonrock S., Harmens H., Mills G., Fagerli H..  2014.  Mapping correlations between nitrogen concentrations in atmospheric deposition and mosses for natural landscapes in Europe. Ecological Indicators. 36:563-571.
Teixeira E., Fischer G., van Velthuizen H., van Dingenen R., Dentener F., Mills G., Walter C., Ewert F..  2011.  Limited potential of crop management for mitigating surface ozone impacts on global food supply. Atmospheric Environment. 45:2569-2576.
Harmens H., Mills G., Emberson L.D, Ashmore M.R.  2007.  Implications of climate change for the stomatal flux of ozone: A case study for winter wheat. Environmental Pollution. 146:763-770.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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., Broberg M., Uddling J., Mills G..  2018.  Current surface ozone concentrations significantly decrease wheat growth, yield and quality.
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.
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.
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.