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  1. The ability of indigenous micro-organisms to degrade isoproturon, atrazine and mecoprop within aerobic UK aquifer systems (2003)
Johnson A C, White C et al
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  2. Adsorption of atrazine by a sandy loam, lysimeter soil. (1995)
Albuquerque M A, Wood M et al
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  3. Assessing herbicide concentrations in the saturated and unsaturated zone of a chalk aquifer in southern England (2001)
Gooddy D.C., Bloomfield J.P. et al
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  4. Assessing pesticide pollution of groundwater: current knowledge and remaining gaps (2000)
Chilton P.J., Stuart M.E. et al
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Chilton, P.J. (P. John (BGS 1972-) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  5. Biofilm augmentation of activated sludge sewage treatment to remove micro-organic contaminants, specifically steroid oestrogens from the effluent 'biofilters' (2003)
Johnson A C, Darton R et al
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  6. Characterisation and field evaluation of sheep dip chemical disposal. Phase I (2004)
Arnold D, Pepper T et al
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Arnold, D (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  7. Comment on "Identification of estrogenic chemicals in STW effluent. 1. Chemical fractionation and in vitro biological screening" (1999)
Johnson A C, Williams R J et al
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  8. Degradation of atrazine in soil and sediments. (1993)
Albuquerque M A, Wood M et al
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  9. Degradation of atrazine in soil: I. The ring 14C labelled atrazine. (1995)
Albuquerque M A, Wood M et al
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  10. Degradation of atrazine in soil: II. The ethyl 14C labelled atrazine and 14C acetate. (1995)
Albuquerque M A, Wood M et al
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  11. Degradation of isoproturon in comparison with atrazine in soil. (1995)
Albuquerque M A, Wood M et al
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  12. Differentiating between physical and chemical constraints on pesticide and water movement into and out of soil aggregates (1999)
Johnson A C, Bettison R J et al
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  13. The ecology and significance of sulphate-reducing bacteria in sandy aquifer sediments of the London Basin. (1993)
Johnson A C, Wood M
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  14. Effects of previous aluminium exposure on motility and nodulation by Rhizobium and Bradyrhizobium. (1994)
Octive J C, Johnson A C et al
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  15. Endocrine disrupting chemicals in wastewater: a review of occurrence and removal (2002)
Johnson A C, Young W F et al
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  16. Environmental fate and transport of human pharmaceuticals (2005)
Kammerer K, Ericson J et al
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Kammerer, K (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  17. Equilibrium adsorption of isoproturon on soil and pure clays. (1996)
Worral F, Parker A. et al
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  18. An estimate of sewage treatment effectiveness and removing 17b-oestradiol (1999)
Johnson A C, Williams R J et al
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  19. Estimating steroid oestrogen inputs into activated sludge treatment works and observations on their removal from the effluent. (2000)
Johnson A C, Belfroid A et al
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  20. Fate and behaviour of pesticides in structured clay soils. Second Interim report (1995)
Johnson A C, Haria A H et al
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  21. Fate and behaviour of steroid oestrogens in aquatic systems. Initial risk assessment of the impact of steroid oestrogens discharged from sewage treatment works (2001)
Williams R J, Johnson A C et al
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  22. Fate and behaviour of steroid oestrogens in rivers. Research and development (2001)
Jurgens M D, Williams R J et al
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Reserve a copy 23. Fate and behaviour of steroid oestrogens in rivers: a scoping study
Jurgens, M D (Monika); Great Britain. Environment Agency; Williams, R J (Richard); Johnson, A C (Andrew); Institute of Hydrology
ISBN: 1857050711
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  24. Fate and behaviour of steroid oestrogens in rivers: a scoping study (1999)
Jurgens M D, Williams R J et al
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  25. A field and experimental study of the composition of surface crusts and lysimeter leachates as a means of assessing pesticide transport by suspended and colloidal matter in by-pass flow. (1994)
Worral F, Parker A. et al
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  26. Gender benders (2003)
Johnson A C, Darton R et al
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  27. Geochemical and microbiological oxidation and reduction processes involving Fe and S in poorly-consolidated sands. (1992)
Johnson A C, Kimblin R T et al
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  28. Isoproturon and anion transport by preferential flow through a drained clay soil. (1995)
Johnson A C, Haria A H et al
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  29. Isoproturon transport through Upper Chalk cores (2000)
Wilcox D A, Besien T J et al
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  30. A laboratory investigation of the release of a conservative tracer and herbicide from topsoil aggregates under varying rainfall intensities (2000)
Heppell C.M., Burt T et al
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  31. Lessons from endocrine disruption and their application to other issues concerning trace organics in the aquatic environment (2005)
Sumpter J.P., Johnson A C et al
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  32. Limitations on the role of incorporated organic matter in reducing pesticide leaching (2001)
Worrall F, Fernandez-Perez M et al
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  33. Mechanisms of groundwater recharge and pesticide penetration to a chalk aquifer in southern England (2003)
Haria A H, Hodnett M G et al
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  34. Microbial potential of sandy aquifer material in the London basin. (1992)
Johnson A C, Wood M
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  35. A model to estimate influent and effluent concentrations of estradiol, estrone and ethinyloestradiol at sewage treatment works (2004)
Johnson A C, Williams R J et al
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  36. Penetration of herbicides to groundwater in an unconfined chalk aquifer following normal soil applications (2001)
Johnson A C, Besien T J et al
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  37. Pesticide penetration and groundwater recharge on a chalk hillslope in southern England (2001)
Haria A H, Johnson A C et al
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  38. Potential for aerobic biodegradation of isoproturon in a chalk aquifer (1999)
Johnson A C, Williams R J
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  39. Potential for aerobic isoproturon biodegradation and sorption in the unsaturated and saturated zones of a chalk aquifer (1998)
Johnson A C, Hughes C D et al
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  40. Potential for biodegradation of steroid estrogens in some British rivers (2001)
Johnson A C, Jurgens M D et al
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  41. The potential for estradiol and ethinylestradiol degradation in English rivers (2002)
Jurgens M D, Holthaus K I E et al
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  42. Potential for isoproturon, atrazine and mecoprop to be degraded within a chalk aquifer system (2000)
Johnson A C, White C et al
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  43. The potential of incorporated organic matter to reduce pesticide leaching (1997)
Johnson A C, Worral F et al
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  44. The potential of incorporated organic matter to reduce pesticide leaching. (1996)
Johnson A C, White C et al
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  45. Das potentielle Verhalten von Steroidostrogenen in Flussen (1999)
Jurgens M D, Johnson A C
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Jurgens, M D (Monika) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  46. Predicting exposure concentrations of chemicals in the River Tamar (UK) using a GREAT-ER Module of Low Flows 2000(R) (2004)
Johnson A C, Williams R J et al
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  47. Predicting where and at what concentration diclofenac and propranolol would appear in the Tamar catchment (2004)
Johnson A C, Williams R J et al
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  48. Preferential flow and the transport of herbicides in the chalk of southern England. (1996)
Gooddy D.C., Chilton P.J. et al
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  49. Preferential flow pathways and their capacity to transport isoproturon in a structured clay soil. (1996)
Johnson A C, Haria A H et al
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  50. Processes influencing pesticide transport in a drained clay catchment. (1995)
Johnson A C, Batchelor C H et al
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  51. Progress report on developing novel techniques to improve steroid oestrogen removal from sewage (2000)
Johnson A C, UK Water Industry Research
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  52. Recent localised sulphate reduction and pyrite formation in a fissured chalk aquifer - a reply. Reduction-oxidation reactions in the London Basin aquifer system - how may they be investigated? (1994)
Kimblin R T, Johnson A C
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  53. Recent localised sulphate reduction and pyrite formation in a fissured chalk aquifer - reply. Reduction-oxidation reactions in the London Basin aquifer system how may they be investigated? (1994)
Kimblin R T, Johnson A C
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  54. Recent localised sulphate reduction and pyrite formation. (1992)
Kimblin R T, Johnson A C
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  55. Removal of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in activated sludge treatment works (2001)
Johnson A C, Sumpter J.P. et al
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  56. The role of earthworm burrows in pesticide transport from plough (1997)
Worrall F, Parker A. et al
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  57. The role of microbial community composition and groundwater chemistry in determining isoproturon degradation potential in UK aquifers (2004)
Johnson A C, Llewellyn N et al
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  58. Search for the evidence of endocrine disruption in the aquatic environment: lessons to be learned from joint biological and chemical monitoring in the European Project COMPREHEND (2003)
Eggen R I L, Bengtsson B E et al
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  59. Sorption of steroid estrogens to UK river sediments. (2001)
Johnson A C, Jurgens M D et al
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  60. Sorption properties of isoproturon and diflufenican on ditch bed sediments and organic matter rich materials from ditches, grassed strip and forest soils (2001)
Margoum C, Gouy V et al
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  61. The sorptive behaviour of steroid oestrogens in sewage treatment plants (2001)
Johnson A C, Water Quality et al
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  62. The sorptive behaviour of steroid oestrogens in sewage treatment plants. Progress Report (2000)
Johnson A C, Hetheridge M et al
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  63. Spatial variability in herbicide degradation in the subsurface environment of a groundwater protection zone (2002)
Wood M J, Issa S et al
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  64. Steroid estrogens profiles along river stretches arising from sewage treatment works (2003)
Williams R J, Johnson A C et al
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  65. A study of suspended and colloidal matter in the leachate from lysimeters and its role in pesticide transport (1999)
Worrall F, Parker A. et al
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  66. A study of suspended and colloidal matter in the leachate from lysimeters: implications for pollution and lysmeter studies. (1995)
Worral F, Parker A. et al
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  67. A study of the adsorption kinetics of isoproturon on soil and subsoil (1997)
Worrall F, Parker A. et al
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  68. A study of the sorption kinetics of isoproturon on soil and subs of dissolved organic carbon. (1997)
Worrall F, Parker A. et al
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  69. Study release and transport of pesticides in rainstorm events. (1995)
Johnson A C, Haria A H et al
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  70. Sulphate-reducing bacteria in deep aquifer sediments of the London basin: their role in anaerobic mineralisation of organic matter. (1993)
Johnson A C, Wood M
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  71. Sulphate-reducing bacteria in deep aquifer sediments of the London Basin: their role in anaerobic mineralization of organic matter. (1994)
Johnson A C, Wood M
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  72. Suspended and colloidal matter in the leachate from lysimeters: Implications for pesticide transport and lysimeter studies. (1993)
Worral F, Parker A. et al
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  73. Technique to assess the potential of subsurface material and groundwater samples to mineralise pesticides (2000)
Johnson A C, Water Quality
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  74. Test guideline on the biodegradability of pesticide in natural sediment/water systems : a review (1995)
Swannell R P J, Rose C L et al
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  75. Thermal stability of the principal endocrine disrupters during sludge treatment. Final report (2003)
Johnson A C, Cartmell E et al
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  76. The transport and behaviour of isoproturon in unsaturated chalk cores (2000)
Besien T J, Williams R J et al
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  77. Transport and fate of pesticides in the Chalk aquifer of southern England (2002)
Chilton P.J., Stuart M.E. et al
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  78. Tu1-2/3 endocrine disrupting activity in streams draining intensive livestock farms in the United Kingdom - a pilot study (2005)
Matthiessen P, Johnson A C et al
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  79. The use of mini-lysimeters to study the influence of rainfall intensity on pesticide transport and water pathways. (1995)
Johnson A C
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  80. Using 14C and 3H radioisotopes differentiating between physical and chemical constraints on pesticide and water movement into and out of soil aggregates (1999)
Johnson A C, Bettinson R J et al
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  81. Water movement and isoproturon behaviour in a drained heavy clay soil: 1. Preferential flow processes. (1994)
Haria A H, Johnson A C et al
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  82. Water movement and isoproturon behaviour in a drained heavy clay soil: 2. Persistence and transport. (1994)
Johnson A C, Haria A H et al
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