Paul E Brewer
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As the result of current and historical metal mining, river channels and floodplains in many parts of the world have become contaminated by metal-rich waste in concentrations that may pose a hazard… Continue Reading
In January and March 2000 two tailings dam failures in Maramures County, northwest Romania, resulted in the release of 200,000 m3 of contaminated water and 40,000 tonnes of tailings into tributaries… Continue Reading
This report reviews how sediments and floodplain soils have been contaminated by abandoned metal mines and recommends what the Environment Agency should do about this issue.
The solid state partitioning of metals and As in river channel sediments has been investigated along an 828 km study reach comprising the rivers Lapus, Somes and Tisa, using a 4-stage sequential… Continue Reading
The availability of airborne LiDAR data provides a new opportunity to overcome some of the problems associated with traditional, field-based, geomorphological mapping such as restrictions on access… Continue Reading
Brewer, Paul, Lewin, J., (2002) 'Laboratory simulation of clast abrasion', Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 27 pp.145-164 RAE2008
During the autumn of 2000, large areas of England and Wales were affected by severe flooding, which caused widespread disruption and significant damage to property. This study attempts to determine… Continue Reading
Abstract Many Mediterranean steepland rivers are flanked by extensive alluvial and colluvial deposits, but Late Quaternary histories of channel and hillslope behaviour remain poorly constrained,… Continue Reading
Abstract The Abrud–Aries river system, western Romania, is subject to ongoing mining activity associated with Cu, Pb and Zn ore extraction. The catchment contains what is believed to be Europe's… Continue Reading
Abstract Lead isotope signatures ( 207 Pb/ 206 Pb, 208 Pb/ 206 Pb, 208 Pb/ 204 Pb, 206 Pb/ 204 Pb), determined by magnetic sector ICP-MS in river channel sediment, metal ores and mine waste, have… Continue Reading