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  1. 87Sr/86Sr as an indicator of flowpaths and weathering rates in the Plynlimon experimental catchments, Wales, U.K.
Shand, P.; Darbyshire, D.P.F.; Gooddy, D.C.; Haria, A H (Atul); Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
In: Chemical Geology Vol. 236 pt/no 3-4 (2007) p. 247-265, p. 247-265
Shand, P. (Paul (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04692Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  2. The application of Sr isotopes to catchment studies: the Plynlimon upland catchment of central Wales (2001)
Shand P., Darbyshire D.P.F. et al
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  3. Assessment of ammonia fluxes for European mountain ecosystems: application of a bi-directional inferential model for the ECOMONT transect (1999)
Sutton M A, Tang Y S et al
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Sutton, M A (Mark) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 4. Baseline Report Series. 17, the Ordovician and Silurian meta-sedimentary aquifers of central and south-west Wales : British Geological Survey report CR/05/034N (2005)
Shand, P.; Abesser, C.; Farr, G.; Wilton, N.; Lapworth, D.J.; Gooddy, D.C.; Haria, A H (Atul); Hargreaves, R.L.; British Geological Survey
Copies: 3
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  5. Bedrock groundwater as a major control on streamflow generation in upland Wales, UK. (2005)
Haria A H, Shand P. et al
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Reserve a copy 6. Bedrock groundwater influence on runoff generation in upland Wales (2006)
Haria, A H (Atul)
Copies: 1
Haria, A H (Atul) (Author)THESESBooks/MonographsAdd To Basket
  7. Bedrock groundwater processes during streamflow generation in the riparian zone of an upland catchment in Wales, UK (2002)
Haria A H, Shand P. et al
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  8. Coming onstream
Haria, A H (Atul); Shand, P.
In: Planet Earth Autumn (2004) p 11, p 11
Haria, A H (Atul) (Author)00716Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  9. Coming onstream (2004)
Haria A H, Shand P. et al
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  10. Evaporation from Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) following natural re-colonisation of the Cairngorm mountains, Scotland (2000)
Haria A H, Price D J et al
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  11. Evidence for deep sub-surface flow routing in forested upland Wales : implications for contaminant transport and stream flow generation [electronic version]
Haria, A H (Atul); Shand, P.
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  12. Evidence for deep sub-surface flow routing in forested upland Wales: implications for contaminant transport and stream flow generation (2004)
Haria A H, Shand P. et al
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  13. 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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  14. Groundwater - the missing link: hydrological processes and stream flow generation in the riparian zone of an upland catchment (2001)
Haria A H, Shand P. et al
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  15. Groundwater nitrogen composition and transformation within a moorland catchment, mid-Wales
Lapworth, D.J.; Shand, P.; Abesser, C.; Darling, W.G.; Haria, A H (Atul); Evans, C D (Chris); Reynolds, B (Brian); British Geological Survey; Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
In: Science of the total environment Vol. 390 pt/no 1 (2008) p. 241-254, p. 241-254
Lapworth, D.J. (Daniel J. (BGS 2001-) (Author)00829/1Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  16. Hydrochemical heterogeneity in an upland catchment : further characterisation of the spatial, temporal and depth variations in soils, streams and groundwaters of the Plynlimon forested catchment, Wales
Shand, P.; Haria, A H (Atul); Neal, C.; Griffiths, K.J.; Gooddy, D.C.; Dixon, A.J.; Hill, T.; Buckley, D.K.; Cunningham, J.E.; Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Shand, P. (Paul (BGS) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04293Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  17. Hydrochemical heterogeneity in an upland catchment; further characterisation on the spatial, temporal and depth variations in soils, streams and groundwaters of the Plynlimon forested catchment, Wales (2005)
Shand P., Haria A H et al
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  18. Identification of preferential flow processes in a sandy loam soil from southern England: lysimeter studies and modelling. (1996)
Haria A H
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  19. Impact of the New Zealand flatworm (Artioposthia triangulata) on soil structure and hydrology in the UK (1998)
Haria A H, McGrath S P et al
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  20. The influence of hydrological pathways on the transport of the herbicide, isoproturon, through an undrained clay soil (1999)
Heppell C.M., Burt T.P. et al
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  21. 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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  22. Isoproturon transport through Upper Chalk cores (2000)
Wilcox D A, Besien T J et al
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  23. Mechanisms of groundwater recharge and pesticide penetration to a Chalk aquifer in southern England
Haria, A H (Atul); Hodnett, M G (Martin); Johnson, A.C.
In: Journal of Hydrology 275(1-2) 2003 p.122-137, p.122-137
Haria, A H (Atul) (Author)03460Analytical - journal issuesAdd To Basket
  24. 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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  25. Near-stream soil water-groundwater coupling in the headwaters of the Afon Hafren, Wales : implications for surface water quality
Haria, A H (Atul); Shand, P.; Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Haria, A H (Atul) (Author)BGS Staff Paper 04631Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  26. The Ordovician and Silurian meta-sedimentary aquifers of central and south-west Wales (2005)
Shand P., Abesser C. et al
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Shand, P. (Paul (BGS) (Author) CEH Staff publicationsAdd To Basket
  27. Penetration of herbicides to groundwater in an unconfined chalk aquifer following normal soil applications
Johnson, A.C.; Besien, T.J.; Bhardwaj, C.L.; Dixon, A.J.; Gooddy, D.C.; Haria, A H (Atul); White, C.
In: Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 53 2001 p101-117, p101-117
Johnson, A.C. (Author)03459/2Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  28. 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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  29. 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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  30. 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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  31. Processes influencing pesticide transport in a drained clay catchment. (1995)
Johnson A C, Batchelor C H et al
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  32. Streamflow generation in upland impermeable catchments - is there a need to think deeper
Shand, P.; Darbyshire, D.P.F.; Haria, A H (Atul); Davies, J.R.; Griffiths, K.J.
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Shand, P. (Paul (BGS) (Author)Permission to publishBooks/MonographsAdd To Basket
  33. Streamflow generation in upland impermeable catchments - is there a need to think deeper? (2004)
Shand P., Griffiths K et al
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  34. Study release and transport of pesticides in rainstorm events. (1995)
Johnson A C, Haria A H et al
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  35. 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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  36. 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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  37. 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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