Hitlist - Titles w/author : Hill
Hitlist - Titles w/author : Hill

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  1. Analysis of the impacts of major anion variations on surface water acidity particularly with regard to conifer harvesting: case studies from Wales and Northern England. (1998)
Neal C., Reynolds B et al
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  2. Chemical variations in near surface drainage water for an acidic spruce forested UK upland area subjected to timber harvesting: inferences on cation exchange processes in the soil (1994)
Neal C., Neal M. et al
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  3. Comments on the hydrochemical regulation of the halogens in rainfall, stemflow, throughfall and stream waters at an acidic forested area in mid-Wales. (1990)
Neal C., Smith C J et al
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  4. A comparison of particulate, dissolved and gaseous carbon in two contrasting upland streams in the UK (2002)
Dawson J J C, Billett M F et al
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  5. Dissolved inorganic and organic carbon in moorland and forest streams: Plynlimon, Mid-Wales. (1994)
Neal C., Hill S
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  6. The effects of tree harvesting on stream water quality at an acidic and acid sensistive spruce forested area: Plynlimon, mid-Wales. (1992)
Neal C., Fisher R. et al
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Reserve a copy 7. Forestry impact on upland water quality (1992)
Neal, C. (Colin); Smith, C J; Hill, S (Susan); Institute of Hydrology
ISBN: 0948540427
Copies: 4
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  8. Hydrochemical variations in Hafren forest stream waters, mid-Wales. (1990)
Neal C., Smith C J et al
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  9. The impact of conifer harvesting on stream water pH, alkalinity and aluminium concentrations for the British uplands: an example for an acidic and acid sensitive catchment in mid-Wales. (1992)
Neal C., Reynolds B et al
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  10. The impacts of conifer harvesting on runoff water quality: a regional survey for Wales. (1998)
Neal C., Reynolds B et al
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  11. Linking variations in short- and medium-term stream chemistry to rainfall inputs - some observations at Plynlimon, mid-Wales. (1993)
Robson A J, Neal C. et al
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  12. The occurrence of groundwater in the Lower Palaeozoic rocks of upland Central Wales. (1997)
Neal C., Robson A J et al
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  13. Short term variations in rain and stream water conductivity at a forest site in mid-Wales - implications for water movement. (1992)
Robson A J, Neal C. et al
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  14. Stream water quality in acid sensitive UK upland areas; an example of potential water quality remediation based on groundwater manipulation. (1997)
Neal C., Hill T. et al
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