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T. J. Sullivan, et al., “Air pollution success stories in the United States: The value of long-term observations”, Environmental Science & Policy, vol. 84, p. 69 - 73, 2018.
S. J. Nelson, et al., “A comparison of winter mercury accumulation at forested and no-canopy sites measured with different snow sampling techniques”, Applied Geochemistry, vol. 23, p. 384-398, 2008.
M. J. Mitchell, et al., “Comparisons of watershed sulfur budgets in southeast Canada and northeast US: new approaches and implications”, Biogeochemistry, vol. 103, p. 181-207, 2011.
J. L. Campbell, et al., “Consequences of climate change for biogeochemical cycling in forests of northeastern North America”, Can. J. For. Res., vol. 39, 2009.
C. Evans, et al., “Does elevated nitrogen deposition or ecosystem recovery from acidification drive increased dissolved organic carbon loss from upland soil? A review of evidence from field nitrogen addition experiments”, Biogeochemistry, vol. 91, p. 13-35, 2008.
J. G. Kerr, et al., “The effect of seasonal drying on sulphate dynamics in streams across southeastern Canada and the northeastern USA”, Biogeochemistry, 2012.
J. L. Morse, et al., “Soil denitrification fluxes from three northeastern North American forests across a range of nitrogen deposition”, Oecologia, vol. 177, no. 1, p. 17 - 27, 2015.
R. T. Venterea, P. M. Groffman, M. S. Castro, L. V. Verchot, I. J. Fernandez, and M. B. Adams, “Soil emissions of nitric oxide in two forest watersheds subjected to elevated inputs”, For. Ecol. Manage, vol. 196, p. 335-349, 2004.

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