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Decline in atmospheric sulphur deposition and changes in climate are the major drivers of long-term change in grassland plant communities in Scotland

TitleDecline in atmospheric sulphur deposition and changes in climate are the major drivers of long-term change in grassland plant communities in Scotland
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsMitchell RJ, Hewison RL, Fielding DA, Fisher JM, Gilbert DJ, Hurskainen S, Pakeman RJ, Potts JM, Riach D
JournalEnvironmental Pollution
Volume235
Pagination956-964

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