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Holy M., Pesch R., Schroder W., Harmens H., Ilyin I., Alber R., Aleksiayenak Y., Blum O., Coskun M., Dam M. et al..  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.
Holland M., Kinghorn S., Emberson L., Cinderby S., Ashmore M., Mills G., Harmens H..  2006.  Development of a framework for probabilistic assessment of the economic losses caused by ozone damage to crops in Europe.
Hicks K., Harmens H., Ashmore M., Hall J., Cinderby S., Frey S., Cooper D., Rowe E., Emmett B..  2008.  Impacts of nitrogen on vegetation.
Hayes F., Harmens H., Sharps K., Radbourne A..  2020.  Ozone dose-response relationships for tropical crops reveal potential threat to legume and wheat production, but not to millets.
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.
Hayes F., Sharps K., Harmens H., Roberts I., Mills G..  2020.  Tropospheric ozone pollution reduces the yield of African crops.
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.
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.
Hayes F., Sharps K., Harmens H., Mills G..  2016.  Field evidence of ozone impact on vegetation in ambient air (2007-2015).
Hayes F, Perring M.  2021.  Webinar Q&A: Ozone pollution in tropical agriculture.
Hayes F., Mills G., Harmens H., Norris D..  2008.  Evidence of widespread ozone damage to vegetation in Europe (1990 – 2006).
Hayes F, Sharps K.  2020.  Ozone impacts: Legumes.
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.
Harmens H., Mills G., Hayes F., Jones L., Norris D., Cooper D..  2009.  ICP Vegetation Annual Report - 2008/2009.
Harmens H., Sharps K., Hayes F., Mills G..  2015.  Changing ozone profiles in Europe: implications for vegetation.
Harmens H..  2011.  Mosses as biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal pollution in Europe - leaflet (English version).
Harmens H., Norris D.A, Koerber G.R, Buse A., Steinnes E., Ruhling A..  2008.  Temporal trends (1990-2000) in the concentration of cadmium, lead and mercury in mosses across Europe. Environmental Pollution. 151:368-376.
Harmens H., Mills G., Hayes F., Sharps K., Frontasyeva M..  2014.  ICP Vegetation Annual Report - 2013/2014.
Harmens H., Mills G., Hayes F., Williams P..  2004.  ICP Vegetation Annual Report - 2003/2004.
Harmens H..  2012.  Mosses as biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal and nitrogen pollution in Europe - leaflet (English version).
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.
Harmens H., Mills G., Hayes F., Norris D..  2010.  ICP Vegetation Annual Report - 2009/2010.
Harmens H., Sharps K., Hayes F., Mills G..  2016.  Impacts of ozone pollution on biodiversity.
Harmens H., Norris D..  2008.  Spatial and temporal trends in heavy Metal accumulation in mosses in Europe (1990-2005).
Harmens H., Norris D.A, Koerber G.R, Buse A., Steinnes E., Ruhling A..  2007.  Temporal trends in the concentration of arsenic, chromium, copper, iron, nickel, vanadium and zinc in mosses across Europe. Atmospheric Environment. 41:6673-6687.

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