Hitlist - : Comans
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  1. The "Aquascope" simplified model for predicting 89, 90Sr, 131I, and 134, 137Cs in surface waters after a large-scale radioactive fallout (2005)
Smith J T, Belova N V et al
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  2. Application of two simple models to the transport of 137Cs in an upland organic catchment. (1995)
Smith J T, Hilton J et al
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  3. AQUASCOPE Technical Deliverable. Simplified models for predicting 89Sr, 90Sr, 134Cs, 137Cs, 131I in water and fish of rivers, lakes and reservoirs (2002)
Smith J T, Konoplev A V et al
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  4. Aquifers and surface waters in the Chernobyl area: observations and predictive evaluation. Final report. AQUASCOPE (2001)
Smith J T, Konoplev A V et al
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  5. Chemical forms of radionuclides and their quantification in environmental samples (2001)
Hilton J, Comans R N J et al
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Hilton, J (John) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  6. Chernobyl's legacy in food and water. (2000)
Smith J T, Comans R N J et al
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  7. A comparative study of radiocesium mobility measurements in soils and sediments from the catchment of a small upland oligotrophic lake (Devoke Water, UK) (1998)
Comans R N J, Hilton J et al
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  8. The effect of different treatment processes on estimates of radionuclide distribution coefficients in freshwater sediments. (1997)
Hilton J, Nolan L et al
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  9. Experimental and in situ study of radiocaesium transfer across the sediment/water interface and mobility in lake sediments (2000)
Smith J T, Comans R N J et al
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  10. Freshwater and estuarine radioecology. Proceedings of an international seminar, Lisbon, Portugal, 21-25 March 1994 (1997)
Desmet G, Blust R J et al
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  11. Interpreting and predicting in situ distribution coefficients of radiocaesium in aquatic systems (1997)
Comans R N J, Hilton J et al
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  12. Long term kinetics of radiocesium fixation by soils (1997)
Konoplev A, Bulgakov A et al
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  13. Modelling and study of the mechanisms of the transfer of radioactive material from the terrestrial ecosystem to and in water bodies around Chernobyl. Final Report 1992-1993 (1994)
Hilton J, Comans R N J et al
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  14. Modelling of Chernobyl radiocaesium behaviour in catchment-lake-sediment system Devoke Water (Cumbria, UK) (1997)
Bilyi I Y, Comans R N J et al
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  15. Modelling the diffusive transport and remobilisation of 137Cs in sediments: the effects of sorption kinetics and reversibility. (1996)
Smith J T, Comans R N J
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  16. Modelling the long-term dynamics of radiocaesium in closed lakes (2002)
Bulgakov A A, Konoplev A V et al
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  17. Radiocaesium removal from European lakes and reservoirs: key processes determined from 16 Chernobyl-contaminated lakes (1999)
Smith J T, Comans R N J et al
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