Using environmental and growth characteristics of plants to detect long-term changes in response to atmospheric pollution: Some examples from British beechwoods

Ling, K. (2003) Using environmental and growth characteristics of plants to detect long-term changes in response to atmospheric pollution: Some examples from British beechwoods. The Science of The Total Environment, 310 (1-3). pp. 203-210. ISSN 0048-9697

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Publisher's URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0048-9697(02)00640-X


Item Type:Article
Additional Information:This work contributes to the relatively small body of evidence within the UK demonstrating measurable effects of anthropogenic activity (air pollution, management) on semi-natural ecosystems. It also questions the validity of using Ellenberg Plant indicator values, which are widely utilised to interpret plant community change, at a local scale.
Uncontrolled Keywords:Ellenberg values, plant growth strategies, temporal changes, ground flora, beech, air pollution
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Environment and Technology
ID Code:6206
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Deposited On:22 Jan 2010 15:11
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