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  1. 13C incorporation into DNA as a means of identifying the active components of amonia-oxidiser populations (2001)
Whitby C B, Hall G et al
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  2. The 14C age and residence time of organic matter and its lipid constituents in a stagnohumic gley soil. (1996)
Bol R, Huang Y et al
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  3. Absence of carbon isotope fractionation of individual n-alkanes in a 23-year field decomposition experiment with Calluna vulgaris. (1997)
Huang Y, Eglinton G et al
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  4. Acidifying processes and acid-base reactions in forest soils reciprocally transplanted along a European transect with increasing pollution. (1998)
Raubuch M, Beese F et al
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  5. Active microbial RNA turnover in a grassland soil estimated using a 13CO2 spike (2003)
Ostle N J, Whiteley A S et al
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  6. Aerial transport of ammonia from agriculture to forest. (1994)
Ineson P
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Ineson, P (Phil) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  7. Aerial transport of ammonia from agriculture to forest. (1993)
Ineson P, Robertson S M C et al
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  8. Aerobically isolated bacteria associated with the gut and faeces of the litter feeding macroarthropods Oniscus asellus and Glomeris marginata. (1985)
Ineson P, Anderson J M
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Reserve a copy 9. Air pollution & tree health in the United Kingdom (1993)
United Kingdom Terrestrial Effects Review Group; Great Britain.; Fowler, D.; Innes, J L; Cannell, M G R (Melvin); Ineson, P (Phil); Gibbs, J N; Pitcairn, C E R (Carole); Mansfield, T A; Unsworth, M.H.; Wilson, R B; Lucas, P W; Ashmore, M R; Hornung, M F (Mike)
ISBN: 0117526363
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United Kingdom Terrestrial Effects Review Group (Corporate Author)614.71:634.0.42Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  10. Ammonia release experiment (1996)
Robertson S M C, Benham D G et al
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Robertson, S M C (Madeline) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  11. Biodiversity and function: soil ecology research in ITE. (1998)
Ineson P, Harrison A F et al
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  12. Biomass responses to a simulated global warming by changing of elevation and fertilizer addition in upland grassland. (1997)
Yang Y, Harrison A F et al
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  13. Burrowing and soil consumption by earthworms in limed and unlimed soils from Picea sitchensis plantations. (1991)
Robinson C H, Piearce T G et al
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Robinson, C H (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  14. Carbon and energy flow in terrestrial ecosystems: relevance to microflora. (1984)
Heal O W, Ineson P
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Heal, O W (Bill) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  15. Carbon assimilation and turnover in grassland vegetation using an in situ 13Co2 pulse labelling system (2000)
Ostle N J, Ineson P et al
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  16. Carbon flow in an upland grassland: effect of liming on the flux of recently photosynthesized carbon to rhizosphere soil (2004)
Rangel-Castro J I, Prosser J I et al
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  17. Carbon sequestration in vegetation and soils. (1996)
Cannell M G R, Thornley J H M et al
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Cannell, M G R (Melvin) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  18. Carbon stores in UK uplands: Moor House case study. Progress report 1994-1995 (1995)
Ineson P, Howard D C et al
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Ineson, P (Phil) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  19. Chemical changes in decomposing forest litter in response to atmospheric sulphur dioxide. (1991)
Wookey P A, Ineson P
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  20. Climate change and Cognettia sphagnetorum: effects on carbon dynamics in organic soils. (1998)
Briones M J I, Ineson P et al
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Briones, M J I (Maria) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  21. Climate change and UK hill grassland soils. (1995)
Ineson P, Benham D G et al
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  22. Climatic influences on the leaching of dissolved organic matter from upland UK moorland soils, investigated by a field manipulation experiment. (1999)
Tipping E W, Woof C et al
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  23. CO2 fertilization effects on decomposition processes. (1993)
Cotrufo M F, Ineson P
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  24. Cognettia sphagnetorum (Enchytraeidae) and nutrient cycling in organic soils: a microcosm experiment. (1998)
Briones M J I, Carreira J et al
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Briones, M J I (Maria) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  25. Combined use of open-air and indoor fumigation systems to study effects of SO2 on leaching processes in Scots pine litter. (1991)
Wookey P A, Ineson P
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  26. Compound-specific stable isotope analysis of soil mesofauna using thermally assisted hydrolysis and methylation for ecological investigations (2003)
Evans C J, Evershed R P et al
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  27. Coniferous forests as "secondary agricultural" sources of nitrous oxide. (1998)
Ineson P, Coward P A et al
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  28. Controlling factors and effects of chronic nitrogen and sulphur deposition on methane oxidation in a temperate forest soil (2001)
Bradford M A, Wookey P A et al
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  29. Correlating the spatial distribution of atmospherc ammonia with d 15n values at an ammonia release site (2004)
Skinner R, Ineson P et al
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  30. Decomposition and nutrient dynamics of Quercus pubescens leaf litter in a naturally enriched CO2 Mediterranean ecosystem (1999)
Cotrufo M F, Raschi A et al
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  31. Decomposition of birch leaf litters with varying C-to-N ratios. (1995)
Cotrufo M F, Ineson P et al
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  32. Decomposition of eucalyptus leaves in litter mixtures. (1996)
Briones M J I, Ineson P
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Briones, M J I (Maria) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  33. Decomposition of foliar litter mixtures: a microcosm experiment. poster]. (1992)
Ineson P, McTiernan K B
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  34. Decomposition of Pinus sylvestris litter in litter bags: influence of underlying native litter layer. (1998)
Chadwick D.R., Ineson P et al
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  35. Decomposition of tree leaf litters grown under elevated CO2: effect of litter quality. (1994)
Cotrufo M F, Ineson P et al
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  36. Denitrification in a Sitka spruce plantation and the effect of clearfelling. (1991)
Ineson P, Dutch J et al
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Reserve a copy 37. Denitrification in forest soils : summaries from a workshop arranged in Copenhagen ... 1989 (1991)
Ineson, P (Phil); Kjoller, A; Struwe, S
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Ineson, P (Phil) (Author) Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  38. Denitrification in forest soils. Summaries from a workshop arranged in Copenhagen, Denmark, 6-7 November 1989. (1991)
Ineson P, Kjoller A et al
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  39. Denitrification measurements in a peat soil from a Sitka spruce plantation. (summary). (1991)
Ineson P, Dutch J
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  40. Denitrification of an upland forest site. (1990)
Dutch J, Ineson P
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Dutch, J (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  41. Detecting the d15N signal from agricultural point sources of ammonia (2003)
Skinner R, Ineson P et al
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Skinner, R (Richard) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  42. Detection and classification of atmospheric methane oxidising bacteria in soil (2000)
Bull I D, Parekh N R et al
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  43. Dissolved organic matter and its parent organic matter in grass upland soil horizons studied by analytical pyrolysis techniques. (1998)
Huang Y, Eglinton A G et al
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  44. The distributions and carbon isotopic compositions of individual lipids and of bulk organic matter in acid upland soils. (1996)
Huang Y, Bol R et al
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  45. Does elevated atmospheric C02 concentrations affect wood decomposition? (2000)
Cotrufo M F, Ineson P
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  46. Dynamic modelling of tree growth in a mixed deciduous woodland: its significance for research and management. (1988)
Harrison A F, Ineson P
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  47. Earthworm communities of limed coniferous soils: field observations and implications for forest management. (1992)
Robinson C H, Piearce T G et al
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  48. Earthworms and soil pH. (1988)
Piearce T G, Robinson C et al
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  49. Ecological science and the management of terrestrial ecosystems. (1999)
Ineson P
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  50. Effect of collembolan grazing upon nitrogen and cation leaching from decomposing leaf litter. (1982)
Ineson P, Leonard M A et al
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  51. Effect of tree species on methane and ammonium oxidation capacity in forest soils (2005)
Reay D S, Nedwell D B et al
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  52. Effect of ultraviolet B (UV-B) radiation (290-320nm) on the litter quality and decomposition of heather and cloudberry. (1995)
Moody S A, Paul N D et al
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Reserve a copy 53. The effects of acid deposition on the terrestrial environment in the United Kingdom. United Kingdom Terrestrial Effects Review Group. First report (1988)
Unsworth, M.H.; Bell, J.N.B.; Black, V J; Cresser, M S; Darrall, N M; Davison, A W; Freer-Smith, P H; Ineson, P (Phil); Lee, J.A.; Last, F T (Fred); Mansfield, T A; Martin, M H; Miller, H G; Roberts, T M; Pitcairn, C E R (Carole); Wilson, R B; Great Britain. Dept. of the Environment; United Kingdom Terrestrial Effects Review Group; Department of the Environment; United Kingdom Terrestrial Effects Review Group
ISBN: 0117520292
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Unsworth, M.H. (Mike) (Author)614.711Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  54. The effects of acid nitrogen and acid sulphur deposition on CH4 oxidation in a forest soil: a laboratory study (2001)
Bradford M A, Ineson P et al
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  55. Effects of air pollutant temperature interactions on mineral-N dynamics and cation leaching in replicate forest soil transplantation experiments. (1997)
Berg M P, Verhoef H A et al
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  56. The effects of air pollutants on the chemistry and biological activity of soils. Progress report 1988/89. (1989)
Ineson P, Department of the Environment
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  57. The effects of air pollutants on the chemistry and biological activity of soils. Progress report. (1991)
Ineson P, Department of the Environment
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  58. The effects of ammonium sulphate deposition and root sinks on soil solution chemistry in coniferous forest soils. (1997)
Carnol M, Ineson P et al
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  59. The effects of animal feeding activities on element release from deciduous forest litter and soil organic matter. (1983)
Anderson J M, Ineson P et al
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  60. Effects of atmospheric sulphur dioxide on microbial activity in decomposing forest litter. (1991)
Wookey P A, Ineson P et al
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  61. Effects of burning and grazing on carbon sequestration in a Pennine blanket bog, UK (2000)
Garnett M H, Ineson P et al
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  62. Effects of climate change on nitrogen dynamics in upland soils. 1. A transplant approach. (1998)
Ineson P, Taylor K et al
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  63. Effects of climate change on nitrogen dynamics in upland soils. 2. A soil warming study. (1998)
Ineson P, Benham D G et al
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  64. Effects of climate change on soil fauna: responses of enchytraeids, Diptera larvae and tardigrades in a transplant experiment. (1997)
Briones M J I, Ineson P et al
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  65. Effects of dry-deposited SO2 and sulphite on saprotrophic fungi and decomposition of tree leaf litter. (1996)
Boddy L, Frankland J C et al
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  66. Effects of dry-deposited sulphur dioxide on fungal decomposition of angiosperm tree leaf litter. I. Changes in communities of fungal saprotrophs. (1992)
Newsham K K, Frankland J C et al
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  67. Effects of dry-deposited sulphur dioxide on fungal decomposition of angiosperm tree leaf litter. II. Chemical content of leaf litters. (1992)
Newsham K K, Ineson P et al
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  68. Effects of dry-deposited sulphur dioxide on fungal decomposition of angiosperm tree leaf litter. III. Decomposition rates and fungal respiration. (1992)
Newsham K K, Boddy L et al
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  69. Effects of earthworms on cation and phosphate mobilisation in limed peat soils under Picea sitchensis. (1996)
Robinson C H, Ineson P et al
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  70. Effects of enhanced (NH4)2SO4 deposition and roots on NO3- and cation leaching from forest soils (1995)
Carnol M, Ineson P
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  71. Effects of enhanced ammonium sulphate and roots on nitrate and cation leaching from forest soils. (1995)
Carnol M, Anderson J M et al
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  72. Effects of enhanced atmospheric CO2 and nutrient supply on the quality and subsequent decomposition of fine roots of Betula pendula Roth. and Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr. (1995)
Cotrufo M F, Ineson P
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  73. The effects of nitrogen fertilisation and elevated CO2 on the lipid biosynthesis and carbon isotopic discrimination in birch seedlings (Betula pendula). (1999)
Huang Y, Eglinton G et al
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  74. The effects of open-air fumigation with sulphur dioxide on the decomposition of sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus L.) leaf litters from polluted and unpolluted woodlands. (1995)
Newsham K K, Ineson P et al
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  75. Effects of temperature and air pollutants on mineral-n dynamics in reciprocally transplanted forest soils. (1995)
Berg M P, Anderson J M et al
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  76. The effects of vitamins on the chemistry and biological activity of soils. Final report. (1989)
Ineson P, Hofmann la Roche.
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  77. Effects on soils: soil processes. (1990)
Ineson P, Stevens P.A.
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  78. Elevated CO2 affects field decomposition rate and palatability of tree leaf litter: importance of changes in substrate quality. (1998)
Cotrufo M F, Briones M J I et al
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  79. Elevated CO2 reduces field decomposition rates of Betula pendula (Roth.) leaf litter. (1996)
Cotrufo M F, Ineson P
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  80. Elevated CO2 reduces the nitrogen concentration of plant tissues. (1998)
Cotrufo M F, Ineson P et al
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  81. Enchytraeid worms (Oligochaeta) enhance mineralization of carbon in organic upland soils (2000)
Cole L, Bardgett R D et al
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  82. Enhanced access to spatio-temporal information on environmental resources (EASIER). Progress report (May 1997 - September 1998) (1998)
Parr T W, Moore R V et al
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  83. Environmental factors controlling NO3- leaching, N2O emissions and numbers of NH4+ oxidisers in a coniferous forest soil. (1999)
Carnol M, Ineson P
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  84. Expert systems: an application in soil research. (1986)
Ineson P
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  85. Factors controlling soil/atmosphere methane exchange in peat and grassland. (1996)
Arah J R M, Ineson P et al
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  86. Fatty acid composition and change in Collembola fed differing diets: identification of trophic biomarkers (2005)
Chamberlain P M, Bull I D et al
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  87. Faunal biomass: a key component of a general model of nitrogen mineralisation. (1985)
Anderson J M, Leonard M A et al
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  88. Field methods for estimation of nutrient inputs to terrestrial ecosystems. (summary chapter). (1990)
Ineson P
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  89. Forest soil biology: impossible challenge or open market? (1992)
Ineson P
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  90. Forest soils and the "greenhouse" gas nitrous oxide. (1990)
Ineson P
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  91. Global warming and terrestrial ecosystems: a conceptual framework for analysis (2000)
Shaver G R, Candell J et al
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  92. Identification of groups of metabolically-active rhizosphere microorganisms by stable isotope probing of PLFAs (2004)
Treonis A M, Ostle N J et al
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  93. Identification of microbial pure cultures using electronic digital aroma sensors. 01/01/97 to 31/03/97 (1997)
Parekh N R, Self P L et al
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  94. Impacts of (NH4)2SO4 deposition on Norway spruce (Picea abies [L] Karst) roots (1999)
Carnol M, Cudlin P et al
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  95. Impacts of global warming on carbon fluxes in the uplands. (1993)
Harrison A F, Ineson P
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  96. Impacts of nitrogen additions on upland grassland soils Tir Emyrs Paddocks, ADAS Pwllpeiran,Dyfed: soil biodiversity, decomposition & trace gas emissions. (1998)
Black H.I.J., McNamara N P et al
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  97. Impacts of nitrogen deposition on terrestrial ecosystems. Report of the United Kingdom Review Group on Impacts of Atmospheric Nitrogen. (1994)
Hornung M F, Ineson P et al
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  98. The importance of soil fauna in nitrogen cycling in forest ecosystems. (1991)
Ineson P
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  99. In situ 13CO2 pulse-labelling of upland grassland demonstrates a rapid pathway of carbon flux from arbuscular mycorrhizal mycelia to the soil (2002)
Johnson D, Leake J R et al
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  100. Increasing concentrations of atmospheric CO2 and decomposition processes in forest ecosystems. (1997)
Ineson P, Cotrufo M F
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