First Europe-wide correlation analysis identifying factors best explaining the total nitrogen concentration in mosses. Atmospheric Environment. 44:3485-3491.. 2010.
Mosses as biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal deposition: Spatial patterns and temporal trends in Europe. Environmental Pollution. 158:3144-3156.. 2010.
A comparison of North American and Asian exposure-response data for ozone effects on crop yields. Atmospheric Environment. 43:1945-1953.. 2009.
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.
Challenges in understanding the risks to natural and semi-natural vegetation from ozone exposure. Italian Journal of Agronomy. 3:53-59.. 2008.
Metal accumulation in mosses across national boundaries: Uncovering and ranking causes of spatial variation. Environmental Pollution. 151:377-388.. 2008.
Temporal trends (1990-2000) in the concentration of cadmium, lead and mercury in mosses across Europe. Environmental Pollution. 151:368-376.. 2008.
Identifying ozone-sensitive communities of (semi-)natural vegetation suitable for mapping exceedance of critical levels. Environmental Pollution. 146:736-743.. 2007.
Implications of climate change for the stomatal flux of ozone: A case study for winter wheat. Environmental Pollution. 146:763-770.. 2007.
Meta-analysis of the relative sensitivity of semi-natural vegetation species to ozone. Environmental Pollution. 146:754-762.. 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.. 2007.
Predicting community sensitivity to ozone, using Ellenberg Indicator values. Environmental Pollution. 146:744-753.. 2007.
A synthesis of AOT40-based response functions and critical levels of ozone for agricultural and horticultural crops. Atmospheric Environment. 41:2630-2643.. 2007.
Temporal trends in the concentration of arsenic, chromium, copper, iron, nickel, vanadium and zinc in mosses across Europe. Atmospheric Environment. 41:6673-6687.. 2007.