Hitlist - : Cosby
Hitlist - : Cosby

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  1. Application of the MAGIC model to the Norway spruce stand at Solling, Germany. (1995)
Ferrier R.C., Wright R F et al
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  2. Applying MERLIN for modelling nitrate leching in a nitrogen saturated Douglas fir forest in the Netherlands after decreased atmospheric nitrogen input. (1998)
Tietema A, Emmett B.A. et al
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  3. Assessing emission reduction targets with dynamic models: deriving target load functions for use in integrated assessment (2003)
Jenkins A., Cosby B J et al
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  4. A dynamic model for assessing the impact of coupled sulphur nitrogen deposition scenarios on surface water acidification. (1997)
Jenkins A., Ferrier R.C. et al
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  5. Hydrochemical modelling of acidification in Wales. (1990)
Whitehead P.G., Musgrove T J et al
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  6. A model assessment of acidification and recovery of European surface waters (2003)
Jenkins A., Camarero L et al
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  7. Modelling long-term acidification: a comparison with diatom reconstructions and the implications for reversibility. (1990)
Jenkins A., Whitehead P.G. et al
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Reserve a copy 8. Modelling long-term hydrochemical response at ENCORE catchments in the UK and Norway (1994)
Jenkins, A.; Wright, R F; Cosby, B J
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  9. Modelling long-term trends in surface water acidification. (1990)
Whitehead P.G., Jenkins A. et al
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  10. Modelling stream acidification in afforested catchments: an assessment of the relative effects of acid deposition and afforestation. (1990)
Jenkins A., Cosby B J et al
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  11. Modelling stream acidification in afforested catchments: long-term reconstruction at two sites in Central Scotland. (1990)
Cosby B J, Jenkins A. et al
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  12. Modelling surface water acidification using one and two soil layers and simple flow routing. (1990)
Jenkins A., Cosby B J
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  13. Modelling the ecosystem effects of nitrogen deposition: Model of Ecosystem Retention and Loss of Inorganic Nitrogen (MERLIN). (1997)
Cosby B J, Ferrier R.C. et al
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  14. Modelling the ecosystem effects of nitrogen deposition: simulation of nitrogen saturation in a Sitka spruce forest, Aber, Wales, UK. (1997)
Emmett B.A., Cosby B J et al
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  15. Modelling the effects of acid deposition: estimation of long-term quality responses in forested catchments in Finland. (1988)
Lepisto A, Whitehead P.G. et al
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  16. Modelling the effects of acid deposition: refinements, adjustments and inclusion of nitrogen dynamics in the MAGIC model (2001)
Cosby B J, Ferrier R.C. et al
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  17. Modelling the effects of atmospheric deposition and conifer afforestation in the British uplands. (1986)
Neal C., Whitehead P.G. et al
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  18. Modelling the recovery of surface water chemistry and the ecological implications in the British uplands (2003)
Helliwell R C, Jenkins A. et al
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  19. Models to describe the geographic extent and time evolution of acidification and air pollution damage. (1990)
Jenkins A., Kamari J et al
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  20. A preliminary model of long-term changes in stream acidity in South Western Scotland. (1986)
Cosby B J, Whitehead P.G. et al
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  21. Recovery from acidification of lochs in Galloway, south-west Scotland, UK: 1979-1998 (2001)
Ferrier R.C., Helliwell R C et al
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  22. Recovery of acidified European surface waters (2005)
Wright R F, Larssen T et al
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  23. Regional model of acidification for Wales. (1989)
Musgrove T J, Whitehead P.G. et al
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  24. A regional model of acidification in Wales. (1990)
Jenkins A., Whitehead P.G. et al
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  25. Regional modelling of acidity in the Galloway region in southwest Scotland (1990)
Musgrove T J, Whitehead P.G. et al
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  26. Sensitivity of MAGIC applied to two Scottish catchments. (1987)
Musgrove T J, Whitehead P.G. et al
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