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van Dijk etal.  2018.  Dataset: Vegetation change at Whim peatbog (2002-2016).
Johnson D., Moore L., Green S., Leith I.D, Sheppard L.J.  2010.  Direct and indirect effects of ammonia, ammonium and nitrate on phosphatase activity and carbon fluxes from decomposing litter in peatland. Environmental Pollution. 158(10):3157-3163.
García M.A.Solera, Timmis R.J., van Dijk N., Whyatt J.D., Leith I.D., Leeson S.R., Braban C.F., Sheppard L.J., Sutton M.A., Tang Y.S..  2017.  Directional passive ambient air monitoring of ammonia for fugitive source attribution; a field trial with wind tunnel characteristics.. Atmospheric Environment. 167:576-585.
Larmola T, Kiheri H., Bubier J.L., van Dijk N, Dise N, A. Erik H, Moore T.R., Pennanen T, .Timonen S.  2018.  Do foliar δ 15N patterns indicate shifts in mycorrhizal abundance and function under nutrient load? Ecology of Soil microorganisms.
T. L, H. K, JL. B, N. vanDijk, N. D, E.A. H, T.R. M, T. P, S. T.  2019.  Do foliar δ15N patterns indicate shifts in the mycorrhizal abundance and function under nitrogen load?
Larmola T, Kiheri H, Bubier JL, van Dijk N, Dise N, Hobbie EA, Moore TR, Pennanen T, Timonen S.  2018.  Do foliar δ15N patterns indicate shifts in the mycorrhizal abundance and function under nutrient load? EGU 2018 .
Evans CD, Goodale CL, Caporn SJM, Dise NB, Emmett BA, Fernandez IJ, Field CD, Findlay SEG, Lovett GM, Meesenburg H et al..  2008.  Does elevated nitrogen deposition or ecosystem recovery from acidification drive increased dissolved organic carbon loss from upland soil? A review of evidence from field nitrogen addition experiments Biogeochemistry. 91(1):13-35.
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, 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.