The BLS bibliographic database is intended to hold details of a wide range of published and unpublished materials (books, journal articles,leaflets etc.) pertaining to lichens. At the moment it hold only a few items to demonstrate capabilities. Sort the database entries by clicking on the tabs - Year, Author etc. Click again to reverse the sort order. Clicking on the "Search" link opens up a search box - enter your search term and click the button "Biblio search". This also reveals a "Show Only Items Where" link - click on this to reveal a set of boxes with drop-down lists allowing you to filter the database entries (for example, restricting the items displayed to those matching a keyword "chemistry"). Click the reset button or the "Clear all filters" link to show all of the entries once more. Click on a title link to see all details of an entry. You can export single entries or groups of entries in a range of standard bibliographic exchange formats - BibTex, RTF etc. - click on the corresponding link. Click on the "Google Scholar" link to check if there are further details or even full texts available on Google Scholar.
BLS Bibliographic Database
Ecological indicator values of lichens - enlarged and updated species list. Herzogia, 23, pp.229-248. Available at: http://www.blam-hp.eu/., 2010.
Effect of Land-use on Terricolous Lichens. Lichenologist, 12, pp.117-124., 1980.
Eutrophication threatens the biochemical diversity in lichens. Lichenologist, 43, pp.147-154., 2011.
Microclimatic Influences on Lichen Distribution and Community Development. The Lichenologist, 23, pp.237-252., 1991.
Multiple-scale environmental modulation of lichen reproduction. Fungal Biology, 116, pp.1192-1201., 2012.
Predicting the distribution of the air pollution sensitive lichen species Usnea hirta. The Lichenologist, 44, pp.511-522.,0