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Vogt E., Braban C.F., Dragosits U., Theobald M.R., Billett M.F., Dore A.J., Tang Y.S., van Dijk N., Rees R.M., McDonald C. et al..  2013.  Estimation of nitrogen budgets for contrasting catchments at the landscape scale. Biogeosciences. 10(1):119-133.
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.
van Dijk etal.  2018.  Dataset: Vegetation change at Whim peatbog (2002-2016).
van Dijk N, Jones M, Leeson S, Sheppard L, Leith I.  2019.  Whim Bog: a long-term nitrogen manipulation experiment on sensitive semi- natural vegetation.
van Dijk N., Levy P, Sheppard L, Leith I, Jones M, Leeson S, Dise N, Sutton M.  2017.  The effects of adding different forms of nitrogen for 14 years on the vegetation composition at Whim Bog. EGU 2017.
van Dijk N, Sutton M, Jones M.  2019.  Long-Term Impacts of Nitrogen Deposition & Evidence of Recovery: Whim Bog and Moninea Bog.
van Dijk N, Jones M, Leeson S, Sheppard L, Leith I.  2019.  Whim Bog: a long-term nitrogen manipulation experiment on sensitive semi- natural vegetation.
van den Elzen E, van den Berg LJL, van der Weijden B, Fritz C, Sheppard LJ, Lamers LPM.  2018.  Effects of airborne ammonium and nitrate pollution strongly differ in peat bogs, but symbiotic nitrogen fixation remains unaffected. Science of the Total Environment. 610–611:732–740.
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Sutton M.A., Pitcairn C.E.R., Whitfield C., Leith I.D., Sheppard L.J., van Dijk N., Tang S., Skiba U., Smart S., Mitchell R. et al..  2003.  Biomonitor methods for assessing effects of atmospheric nitrogen on statuary nature conservation sites..
Sutton M.A., Sheppard L.J., Fowler D..  2009.  Potential for the Further Development and Application of Critical Levels to Assess the Environmental Impacts of Ammonia. Atmospheric Ammonia. :41-48.
Sutton MA, Howard CM, Nemitz E, Arneth A, Simpson D, Mills G, de Vries W, Winiwarter W, Amann M, Alonso R et al..  2015.  ECLAIRE: Effects of Climate Change on Air Pollution Impacts and Response Strategies for European Ecosystems. Project final report.
Strengbom J., Anderson H.V., Aazem K., Adema E.B., Alard D., Bobbink R., Bringmark L., Buchwald E., Cape J.N., Cruz C. et al..  2011.  New science on the effects of nitrogen deposition and concentrations on Natura 2000 sites (theme 3): working group report. Nitrogen deposition and Natura 2000: Science and practice in determining environmental impacts. :129-136.
Stephens A, Leeson S, Jones M, Simmons I, van Dijk N, Poskitt J, Keenan P.O., Pereira M.G., Gates L, Hangartner M et al..  2017.  MetNH3 Whim Bog Intercomparison Off-line ammonia metrology intercomparison. . :26pp..
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.
Skinner R., Ineson P., Hicks W.K, Jones H.E, Sleep D., Leith I.D, Sheppard L.J.  2005.  Correlating the spatial distribution of atmospheric ammonia with δ15n values at an ammonia release site. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus. 4(6):219-228.
Skinner R., Ineson P., Hicks W.K., Jones H.E., Sleep D., Leith I.D., Sheppard L.J..  2004.  Correlating the spatial distribution of atmospheric ammonia with delta N-15 values at an ammonia release site. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus. 4:219-228.
Sheppard L.J, Leith I.D, Mizunuma T., Cape J.N., Crossley A., Leeson S., Sutton M.A., Fowler D., van Dijk N..  2011.  Dry deposition of ammonia gas drives species change faster than wet deposition of ammonium ions: evidence from a long-term field manipulation. Global Change Biology. 17(12):3589-3607.
Sheppard L.J., Leith I.D., Field C., van Dijk N., Rung M., Skiba U..  2008.  2008 Effects of different nitrogen forms, ammonia gas and wet deposited ammonium and nitrate, on methane and nitrous oxide emissions from an ombrotrophic bog, whim moss, in the Scottish Borders.. :628-631.
Sheppard L.J, Leith I.D, Leeson S.R, van Dijk N., Field C., Levy P..  2013.  Fate of N in a peatland, Whim bog: immobilisation in the vegetation and peat, leakage into pore water and losses as N2O depend on the form of N. Biogeosciences. 10(1):149-160.
Sheppard L.J., Leith I.D., Kivimaki S.K., Gaiawyn J..  2014.  The form of reactive nitrogen deposition is important for the provision of ecosystem services. Nitrogen Deposition, Critical Loads and Biodiversity.
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.
Sheppard L.J., Leith I.D., Kivimaki S.K., van Dijk N., Hall J., Bruneau P., Grace J., Rees R.M..  2008.  Does enhanced nitrogen deposition represent a threat to Sphagnum and thus the sustainability of Scottish peatlands? Land management in a changing environment. :291-297.
Sheppard L.J., Leith I.D..  2002.  Effects of NH3 Fumigation on the Frost Hardiness of Calluna- Does N Deposition Increase Winter Damage by Frost? Phyton. 42:183-190.

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