Last week we presented the SCIMAP diffuse pollution risk profiling tool to the Environemtn Agency at a meeting in London. Below are two videos from the day. The first is by Stuart Lane and gives an overview of the approach. The second video by myself and Dr. David Milledge is an [...]Continue Reading →
Reaney, S. M., Lane S. N. and Heathwaite A. L. 2009: Simulating the Spatial Distribution of Hydrological Connectivity Under Possible Future Climates – Impacts on River Flow Dynamics and Non-Point Source Pollution; American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA
Predicted changes to the climate have the potential to alter the hydrological dynamics of [...]Continue Reading →
Reaney S M, Lane S N, Heathwaite A L and Dugdale L 2006: Integrated land-water risk analysis for the protection of sensitive catchments from diffuse pollution; British Hydrological Society 9th National Hydrology Symposium, Durham University, September 2006.Continue Reading →
Reaney S. M., Lane S. N. and Heathwaite A. L. 2006: Integrated land-water risk analysis for the protection of sensitive catchments from diffuse pollution; European Geophysical Union General Assembly, Vienna.
Diffuse pollution is a major management challenge as it commonly involved processes that are small in magnitude, distributed over a large spatial area and associated [...]Continue Reading →
Lane S N, Brookes C J, Heathwaite A L and Reaney S M 2006: Surveillant science: challenges for the management of rural environments emerging from the new generation diffuse pollution models; Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 57, no. 2, pp 239-257
Current models of diffuse pollution are characterised by a progressive engagement with remotely-sensed [...]Continue Reading →
Reaney, S. M.; Heathwaite, L.; Lane, S. N.; Buckley, C.
American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2007, abstract #H53J-07
Pollution of rivers from agricultural phosphorus is recognised as a significant global problem and is a major management challenge as it involves processes that are small in magnitude, distributed over large areas, operating at fine spatial [...]Continue Reading →