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Spatially valid data of atmospheric deposition of heavy metals and nitrogen derived by moss surveys for pollution risk assessments of ecosystems (vol 23, pg 10457, 2016). Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 23:21123-21124.. 2016.
Relationship between site-specific nitrogen concentrations in mosses and measured wet bulk atmospheric nitrogen deposition across Europe. Environmental Pollution. 194:50-59.. 2014.
Nitrogen concentrations in mosses indicate the spatial distribution of atmospheric nitrogen deposition in Europe. Environmental Pollution. 159:2852-2860.. 2011.
Mosses as biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal deposition: Spatial patterns and temporal trends in Europe. Environmental Pollution. 158:3144-3156.. 2010.
Metal accumulation in mosses across national boundaries: Uncovering and ranking causes of spatial variation. Environmental Pollution. 151:377-388.. 2008.
Heavy metal and nitrogen concentrations in mosses are declining across Europe whilst some "hotspots" remain in 2010. Environmental Pollution. 200:93-104.. 2015.
First thorough identification of factors associated with Cd, Hg and Pb concentrations in mosses sampled in the European Surveys 1990, 1995, 2000 and 2005. Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry. 63:109-124.. 2009.
First Europe-wide correlation analysis identifying factors best explaining the total nitrogen concentration in mosses. Atmospheric Environment. 44:3485-3491.. 2010.
Country-specific correlations across Europe between modelled atmospheric cadmium and lead deposition and concentrations in mosses. Environmental Pollution. 166:1-9.. 2012.
Are cadmium, lead and mercury concentrations in mosses across Europe primarily determined by atmospheric deposition of these metals? Journal of Soils and Sediments. 10:1572-1584.. 2010.