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Sheppard L.J, Leith I.D, Crossley A., van Dijk N., Fowler D., Sutton M.A, Woods C..  2008.  Stress responses of Calluna vulgaris to reduced and oxidised N applied under 'real world conditions'. Environmental Pollution. 154(3):404-413.
Chiwa M, Sheppard LJ, Leith ID, Leeson SR, Y. Tang S, J. Cape N.  2016.  Sphagnum can ‘filter’ N deposition, but effects on the plant and pore water depend on the N form. Science of the Total Environment. 559:113-120.
Chiwa M, Sheppard LJ, Leith ID, Leeson SR, Y. Tang S, J. Cape N.  2016.  Sphagnum can ‘filter’ N deposition, but effects on the plant and pore water depend on the N form. Science of the Total Environment . 559:113–120.
Jones L., Provins A., Holland M., Mills G., Hayes F., Emmett B., Hall J., Sheppard L., Smith R., Sutton M. et al..  2014.  A review and application of the evidence for nitrogen impacts on ecosystem services. Ecosystem Services. 7:76-88.
Millett J., Leith I.D., Sheppard L.J., Newton J..  2012.  Response of Sphagnum papillosum and Drosera rotundifolia to Reduced and Oxidized Wet Nitrogen Deposition. Folia Geobotanica. 47(2)
Hogan E.J, Minnullina G., Sheppard L.J, Leith I.D, Crittenden P.D.  2010.  Response of phosphomonoesterase activity in the lichen Cladonia portentosa to nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment in a field manipulation experiment. New Phytologist. 186(4):926-933.
Prendergast M., Standen V., Leith I.D., Sheppard L.J..  2009.  Response of enchytraeid worm populations to different forms of nitrogen (ammonia, ammonium, and nitrate) deposition.. Soil Organisms. 81(2):225-236.
Levy P, van Dijk N, Gray A, Sutton M, Jones MR, Leeson S, Dise NB, Leith I, Sheppard L.  2019.  Response of a peat bog vegetation community to long‐term experimental addition of nitrogen. J Ecol. . 107:1167-1186
Taylor ES, Levy PE, Gray A.  2017.  The recovery of Sphagnum capillifolium following exposure to temperatures of simulated moorland fires: a glasshouse experiment.. Plant Ecology & Diversity. 10(1):77-88.
Leith I.D., Sheppard L.J., Fowler D., Cape N., Jones M., Crossley A., Hargreaves K.J., Y. Tang S, Theobald M., Sutton M.A..  2004.  Quantifying dry NH3 deposition from an automated NH3 release system to ombrotrophic bog vegetation. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus. 4:207-218.
Levy P.E, Gray A., Leeson S.R, Gaiawyn J., Kelly M.PC, Cooper M.DA, Dinsmore K.J, Jones S.K, Sheppard L.J.  2011.  Quantification of uncertainty in trace gas fluxes measured by the static chamber method. European Journal of Soil Science. 62(6):811-821.
Carfrae J.A., Sheppard L.J., Raven J.A., Leith I.D., Crossley A..  2007.  Potassium and phosphorus additions modify the response of Sphagnum capillifolium growing on a Scottish ombrotrophic bog to enhanced nitrogen deposition.. Applied Geochemistry. 22(6):1111-1121.
Sheppard L.J., Leith I.D., Leeson S., Mizunuma T., de Bakker R., Elustondo D., Garcia-Gomez H..  2013.  PK additions modify the effects of N dose and form on species composition, species litter chemistry and peat chemistry in a Scottish peatland. Biogeochemistry. 116(1-3):39-53.
Manninen S., Woods C., Leith I.D, Sheppard L.J.  2011.  Physiological and morphological effects of long-term ammonium or nitrate deposition on the green and red (shade and open grown) Sphagnum capillifolium. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 72(2):140-148.
Leeson SR, Levy PE, van Dijk N, Drewer J, Robinson S, Jones MR, Kentisbeer J, Washbourne I, Sutton MA, Sheppard LJ.  2017.  Nitrous oxide emissions from a peatbog after 13 years of experimental nitrogen deposition.. Biogeosciences. 14(24):5753-5764.
Gray A, Levy PE, Cooper MDA, Jones T, Gaiawyn J, Leeson SR, Ward SE, Dinsmore KJ, Drewer J, Sheppard LJ et al..  2013.  Methane indicator values for peatlands: a comparison of species and functional groups. Global Change Biology. 19(4):1141-1150.
Levy PE, Burden A, Cooper MDA, Dinsmore KJ, Drewer J, Evans C, Fowler D, Gaiawyn J, Gray A, Jones SK et al..  2012.  Methane emissions from soils: synthesis and analysis of a large UK data set. Global Change Biology. 18(5):1657-1669.
Phuyal M., Artz R.R.E., Sheppard L., Leith I.D., Johnson D..  2008.  Long-term nitrogen deposition increases phosphorus limitation of bryophytes in an ombrotrophic bog. Plant Ecology. 196:111-121.
Phuyal M., Artz R.RE, Sheppard L., Leith I.D, Johnson D..  2008.  Long-term nitrogen deposition increases phosphorus limitation of bryophytes in an ombrotrophic bog. Plant Ecology. 196(1):111-121.
Chiwa M, Sheppard L, Leith I, Leeson S, Tang S, Cape N.  2018.  Long-term interactive effects of N addition with P and K availability on N status of Sphagnum.. Environmental Pollution . 237
Kivimaeki SK, Sheppard LJ, Leith ID, Grace J.  2013.  Long-term enhanced nitrogen deposition increases ecosystem respiration and carbon loss from a Sphagnum bog in the Scottish Borders. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 90:53-61.
Sheppard L.J., Leith I.D., Mizunuma T., Leeson S., Kivimaki S., Cape J.N, van Dijk N., Leaver D., Sutton M.A., Fowler D. et al..  2014.  Inertia in an ombrotrophic bog ecosystem in response to 9 years' realistic perturbation by wet deposition of nitrogen, separated by form. Global Change Biology. 20(2):566-580.
Phoenix G.K., Emmett B.A., Britton A.J., Caporn S.J.M., Dise N.B., Helliwell R., Jones L., Leake J.R., Leith I.D., Sheppard L.J. et al..  2012.  Impacts of atmospheric nitrogen deposition: responses of multiple plant and soil parameters across contrasting ecosystems in long-term field experiments. Global Change Biology. 18(4):1197-1215.
Vogt E., Dragosits U., Braban C.F., Theobald M.R., Dore A.J., van Dijk N., Tang Y.S., McDonald C., Murray S., Rees R.M. et al..  2013.  Heterogeneity of atmospheric ammonia at the landscape scale and consequences for environmental impact assessment. Environmental Pollution. 179:120-131.
Skinner R.A, Ineson P., Jones H., Sleep D., Leith I.D, Sheppard L.J.  2006.  Heathland vegetation as a bio-monitor for nitrogen deposition and source attribution using delta N-15 values. Atmospheric Environment. 40(3):498-507.

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