Atmospheric Nitrogen – Pollutant or fertiliser? Nitrogen Acquisition and assimilation in Higher Plants . :65-98.. 2005.
Effects of enhanced N deposition on Cladonia portentosa; results from a field manipulation study.. Nitrogen in the Envrionment.. 2004.
The form of reactive nitrogen deposition is important for the provision of ecosystem services. Nitrogen Deposition, Critical Loads and Biodiversity.. 2014.
Long-Term Cumulative Exposure Exacerbates the Effects of Atmospheric Ammonia on an Ombrotrophic Bog: Implications for Critical Levels. Atmospheric Ammonia. :49-58.. 2009.
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.
Potential for the Further Development and Application of Critical Levels to Assess the Environmental Impacts of Ammonia. Atmospheric Ammonia. :41-48.. 2009.
Reassessment of Critical Levels for Atmospheric Ammonia. Atmospheric Ammonia. :15-40.. 2009.
Sources, dispersion and fate of atmospheric ammonia. Nitrogen in the Environment - Sources, Problems, and Management. :333-393.. 2008.
Standardised Grasses as Biomonitors of Ammonia Pollution Around Agricultural Point Sources. Atmospheric Ammonia. :269-279.. 2009.
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.
Evaluation of N indicators on ombrotrophic acid bogs: Observations from an N manipulation study. Workshop at the Bedford Hotel and Conference Centre, Brussels.. 2009.
New science on the effects of N deposition and concentrations on Natura 2000 sites, including bio-indicators, effects of N-form (e.g., NHx vs NOy), and the relationships between critical thresholds and biodiversity loss.. Workshop at the Bedford Hotel and Conference Centre, Brussels.. 2009.
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.. 2008.
Carbon and nitrogen cycling in Sphagnum capillifolium in response to nitrogen deposition and form . :592-594.. 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.. 2008.
The ability of contrasting ericaceous ecosystems to buffer nitrogen leaching. Mires and Peat. 11:Article5.. 2013.
Ammonia exposure promotes algal biomass in an ombrotrophic peatland. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 57:936-938.. 2013.
Applying Metabolic fingerprinting to Ecology: The use of fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy for the rapid screeing of plant repsonses to N deposition.. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus. 4:251-258.. 2004.
Are enchytraeid worms (Oligochaeta) sensitive indicators of ammonia-N impacts on an ombrotrophic bog? European Journal of Soil Biology. 44(1):101-108.. 2008.
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.
Bioindicators of enhanced nitrogen deposition. Environmental Pollution. 126(3):353-361.. 2003.
Concentration-dependent deposition velocities for ammonia – from lab to field. Geophysical Research Abstracts. 10. 2008.
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.. 2004.
Directional passive ambient air monitoring of ammonia for fugitive source attribution; a field trial with wind tunnel characteristics.. Atmospheric Environment. 167:576-585.. 2017.
Early effects of atmospheric ammonia (NH3) deposition on Calluna vulgaris (L.) growing on an ombrotrophic peat bog.. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 4:229-239.. 2004.