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Watmough, S. A., J. Aherne and P. J. Dillon. 2004. Critical loads Ontario: Relating exceedance of the critical load with biological effects at Ontario forests. Critical Load Ontario Reports No. 2, Environment Canada.

Watmough, S. A., J. Aherne and P. J. Dillon. 2004. Critical loads Ontario: The relative impact of acid deposition and forest harvesting on soil and surface water chemistry. Critical Load Ontario Reports No. 3, Environment Canada.

Watmough, S. A., J. Aherne and P. J. Dillon. 2003. Critical Loads Ontario: Calculating critical loads of acid deposition for forests in Ontario using the protocol established by the NEG-ECP working group on critical loads. Critical Load Ontario Reports No. 1, Environment Canada.

Aherne, J., M. Posch, C. Rusmir, P. J. Dillon and A. Henriksen. 2002. Critical load of acidity to surface waters in south-central Ontario, Canada. II. Application of the First-order Acidity Balance (FAB) model. Norwegian Institute for Water Research Report SNO 4567-2002. 29 pp.

Dillon, P., C. Rusmir, and J. Aherne. 2002. Evaluation of Critical Loads of Nitrogen in Eastern Canada: The First-Order Acidity Balance (FAB) and Dynamic (MAGIC) Modelling. Final Report to Environment Canada. 21 pp.

Henriksen, A. and P. J. Dillon. 2001. Critical loads of acidity to surface waters in south-central Ontario, Canada. I. Application of the steady state water chemistry (SSWC) model. Norwegian Institute for Water Research Report SNO 4427-2001. 31 pp.

Jeffries, D.S., T. G. Brydges, P. J. Dillon, J. Dupont, J. M. Gunn, H. H. Harvey, W. Keller and D. C. L. Lam. Aquatic Acidification. In: Threats to sources of drinking water and aquatic ecosystem health in Canada. Environment Canada. 2001. National Water Research Institute Burlington, Ontario. NWRI Scientific Assessment Report Series No.1. 72 pp.

Prowse, T.D., J.M. Buttle, P.J. Dillon, M.C. English, P. Marsh, J.P. Smol and F.J. Wrona. Impacts of dams/diversions and climate change. In: Threats to sources of drinking water and aquatic ecosystem health in Canada. Environment Canada. 2001. National Water Research Institute Burlington, Ontario. NWRI Scientific Assessment Report Series No.1, 72 pp.

Keller, W., P. J. Dillon, J. Heneberry and M. Malette. 2000. Sulphate and nitrate in Sudbury lakes: trends and status. Aquatic Restoration Group of the Cooperative Freshwater Ecology Unit Technical Report. 15 pp.