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A theoretical assessment of microplastic transport in river catchments and their retention by soils and river sediments.
The presence of microplastics (MPs) in the environment is a problem of growing concern. While research has focused on MP occurrence and impacts in the marine environment, very little is known aboutExpand
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Sediment yield model implementation based on check dam infill stratigraphy in a semiarid Mediterranean catchment
This study was funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness through the research projects FLOOD-MED (ref. CGL2008-06474-C02-01/02), SCARCE-CONSOLIDER (ref. CSD2009-00065), CLARIESExpand
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Impacts of climate change, land-use change and phosphorus reduction on phytoplankton in the River Thames (UK).
Potential increases of phytoplankton concentrations in river systems due to global warming and changing climate could pose a serious threat to the anthropogenic use of surface waters. Nevertheless,Expand
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Distributed sediment yield modelling: Importance of initial sediment conditions
The importance of initial sediment conditions on model calibration and validation is analysed. Expand
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An INCA model for pathogens in rivers and catchments: Model structure, sensitivity analysis and application to the River Thames catchment, UK.
Pathogens are an ongoing issue for catchment water management and quantifying their transport, loss and potential impacts at key locations, such as water abstractions for public supply and bathingExpand
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Modelling metaldehyde in catchments: a River Thames case-study.
The application of metaldehyde to agricultural catchment areas to control slugs and snails has caused severe problems for drinking water supply in recent years. In the River Thames catchment,Expand
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Dynamic response of land use and river nutrient concentration to long-term climatic changes.
The combined indirect and direct impacts of land use change and climate change on river water quality were assessed. A land use allocation model was used to evaluate the response of the catchmentExpand
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Restoring water quality in the polluted Turag-Tongi-Balu river system, Dhaka: Modelling nutrient and total coliform intervention strategies.
River water quality in rapidly urbanising Asian cities threatens to damage the resource base on which human health, economic growth and poverty reduction all depend. Dhaka reflects the challenges andExpand
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A large set of potential past, present and future hydro-meteorological time series for the UK
Abstract. Hydro-meteorological extremes such as drought and heavy precipitation can have large impacts on society and the economy. With potentially increasing risks associated with such events due toExpand
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Using post-flood surveys and geomorphologic mapping to evaluate hydrological and hydraulic models: The flash flood of the Girona River (Spain) in 2007
Summary This paper analyzes the Girona River (Spain) flash flood, occurred on the 12th of October 2007, combining hydrological and hydraulic modeling with geomorphologic mapping and post-flood surveyExpand
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