Hitlist - : Allott
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  1. The Anglesey lakes, Wales, UK - changes in trophic status of three standing waters as inferred from diatom transfer functions and their implications for conservation. (1996)
Bennion H, Duigan C A et al
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Bennion, H (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  2. Arsenic retention and release in ombrotrophic peatlands
Rothwell, J.J.; Taylor, K.; Ander, E.L.; Evans, M.G.; Daniels, S.M.; Allott, T.E.H.; University of Manchester; Manchester Metropolitan University; British Geological Survey
In: Science of the total environment Vol. 407 pt/no 4 (2009) p. 1405-1417, p. 1405-1417
Rothwell, J.J. (Author)00829/1Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  3. Biological significance and uncertainty analysis of critical load exceedance for freshwaters at the catchment scale: a progress report. (1998)
Allott T.E.H., Chen J et al
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  4. The biological significance and uncertainty analysis of critical load exceedance for freshwaters at the catchment scale: Final Report to NERC (2000)
Allott T.E.H., Reynolds B et al
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  5. Critical load maps for UK freshwaters. (1995)
Harriman R, Allott T.E.H. et al
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Harriman, R (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  6. Critical loads and acid deposition for UK freshwaters. Interim report by the UK Critical Loads Advisory Group (Freshwaters sub-group). (1992)
Battarbee R W, Allott T.E.H. et al
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Battarbee, R W (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  7. Critical loads of acid deposition for United Kingdom freshwaters. Report of the Critical Loads Advisory Group, sub-group on Freshwaters. (1995)
Battarbee R W, Allott T.E.H. et al
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Battarbee, R W (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 8. Critical loads of acid deposition for United Kingdom freshwaters. Report of the Critical Loads Advisory Group, sub-group on Freshwaters. (1994)
Battarbee, R W; Allott, T.E.H.; Bull, K R (Keith); Christie, A E G; Curtis, C; Flower, R.J.; Hall, J.R.; Harriman, R; Jenkins, A (Alan); Juggins, S; Kreiser, A; Metcalfe, S E; Ormerod, S J; Patrick, S T
Copies: 1
Battarbee, R W (Author)614.77(41)Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 9. Critical loads of sulphur and nitrogen for freshwaters in Great Britain and assessment of deposition reduction requirements with the First-order Acidity Balance (FAB) model. (1998)
Curtis, C J; Allott, T.E.H.; Bird, D.; Hall, J.R.; Harriman, R.; Helliwell, R.; Kernan, M.; Reynolds, B (Brian); Ullyott, J.S.
Copies: 2
Curtis, C J (Editor)614.71(410)Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 10. Epilithic diatoms in Welsh lakes and streams. Final report to the Welsh Office (1997)
Allott, T.E.H.; Flower, R J
Copies: 1
Allott, T.E.H. (Author)582.261(282)(429)Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  11. Lakes chemistry and biology (1997)
Stevens P.A., Allott T.E.H. et al
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Stevens, P.A. (Paul A.) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  12. Lead contamination of fluvial sediments in an eroding blanket peat catchment
Rothwell, J.J.; Evans, M.G.; Allott, T.E.H.
In: Applied Geochemistry Vol. 22 pt/no 2 (2007) p. 446-459, p. 446-459
Rothwell, J.J. (Author)00025/4Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  13. The link between the exceedance of acidity critical loads for freshwaters, current chemical status and biological damage: a re-interpretation (2001)
Curtis C J, Reynolds B et al
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Curtis, C J (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  14. Mapping and modelling environmental acidification in the United Kingdom. (1996)
Derwent R C, Bull K R et al
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Derwent, R C (Author)628.512CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  15. The prediction of nitrate leaching with the First-order Acidity Balance (FAB) model for upland catchment in Great Britain. (1998)
Curtis C J, Allott T.E.H. et al
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Curtis, C J (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 16. Screening and validation of the empirical maps for UK freshwater critical loads. (1996)
Curtis, C J; Allott, T.E.H.; Battarbee, R W; Harriman, R; Hall, J.R.
Copies: 1
Curtis, C J (Author)614.77(41)Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
  17. Storage and behavior of As, Sb, Pb, and Cu in ombrotrophic peat bogs under contrasting water table conditions : Environmental science and technology Vol. 44 pt/no 22 (2010) p. 8497-8502
Rothwell, J.J.; Taylor, K.; Chenery, S.R.N.; Cundy, A.B.; Evans, M.G.; Allott, T.E.H.
Rothwell, J.J. (Author)not heldSurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  18. Sulphur deposition, present and projected critical load exceedances. (1995)
Allott T.E.H., Battarbee R W et al
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  19. The use of the First-Order Acidity Balance model (FAB) for the prediction of nitrate leaching and calculation of critical loads for total acidity in Great Britain. (1997)
Curtis C J, Allott T.E.H. et al
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  20. Variation in freshwater critical loads across two upland catchments in the UK: implications for catchment scale management (2001)
Kernan M., Hall J.R. et al
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Kernan, M. (Martin) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
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