Export 13 results:Author [ Title] Type Year
Filters: Author is Cape, J.N. [Clear All Filters]
All forms of reactive nitrogen deposition to Natura 2000 sites should not be treated equally: effects of wet versus dry and reduced versus oxidised nitrogen deposition. Nitrogen deposition and Natura 2000: Science and practice in determining environmental impacts. :181-190.. 2011.
All forms of reactive nitrogen deposition to Natura 2000 sites should not be treated equally: effects of wet versus dry and reduced versus oxidised nitrogen deposition.. Workshop at the Bedford Hotel and Conference Centre, Brussel.. 2009.
An automated wet deposition system to compare the effects of reduced and oxidised N on ombrotrophic bogs.. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus. 4:197-205.. 2004.
Concentration-dependent deposition velocities for ammonia – from lab to field. Geophysical Research Abstracts. 10. 2008.
Critical Levels for Ammonia. Atmospheric Ammonia. :375-382.. 2009.
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.. 2011.
Estimate of annual NH3 dry deposition to a fumigated ombrotrophic bog using concentration-dependent deposition velocities.. Atmospheric Environment. 42(27):6637-6646.. 2008.
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.. 2011.
Nitrogen form makes a difference to the responses of a peatland to enhanced reactive nitrogen deposition [abstract]. Book of Abstracts: Joint Society of Wetland Scientists. :289.. 2011.
The processes controlling uptake and storage of N and the effects of N deposition on semi-natural vegetation.. Nitrogen Umbrella Project.. 2003.
Reassessment of Critical Levels for Atmospheric Ammonia. Atmospheric Ammonia. :15-40.. 2009.