Understanding nutrient connectivity at the landscape scale: The use of the SCIMAP approach in the UK and Ireland.Continue Reading →
How to make a connection across the landscape: interactions between topography, weather and hydrological connectivity at the landscape scale.Continue Reading →
A new paper has been published by the Teagasc ‘Agricultural Catchments’ team that utilises the SCIMAP connectivity mapping to understand agricultural diffuse pollution.
D. Wall, P. Jordan, A.R. Melland, P.-E. Mellander, C. Buckley, S.M. Reaney and G. Shortle 2011: Using the nutrient transfer continuum concept to evaluate the European Union Nitrates Directive National [...]Continue Reading →
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 →
A new project starting is starting on which I am a Co-PI which is monitoring water quality within the River Eden catchment, Cumbria.Continue Reading →