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The suitability of the lichen Parmelia sulcata as quantitative biomonitor of natural and anthropogenic fallout radionuclides is established.
Tillandsia capillaris is proposed as a useful biomonitor of air quality.
The program for surveying metals in forest mosses by European states is described.
Scientists in 14 countries have validated the use of two lichen species to assess relative air quality.
Needs and available tools for estimating critical loads of air pollutants are discussed.
The nature of the Biological System of the Elements is described.
Lichens can be used as a qualitative indicator of particulates in conjunction with particulate collectors.
The versatility and limitations of the LAMS technique are presented.
Lichens have been evaluated as biomonitors of trace elements at high elevations in the Himalayan Mountains.
An Index of Atmospheric Purity was calculated, using results from a survey with the lichen Hypogymnia physodes .
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