A new paper on the SCIMAP approach has been published in the journal ‘Science of the Total Environment’. This paper was lead by Dave Milledge and uses spatially distrinuted water chemistry infomation to fit the land use risk export parameters of SCIMAP to the local context.
Milledge D. G., Lane S. N., Heathwaite A. L. [...]Continue Reading →
I have started working on a new project investigating the economic benefits of diffuse pollution mitigation targeting.Continue Reading →
Understanding nutrient connectivity at the landscape scale: The use of the SCIMAP approach in the UK and Ireland.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 →
Inverse modelling of diffuse pollution risks in agricultural catchments
Milledge, D, Lane, S N, Heathwaite, L and Reaney, S
Watershed scale processes can influence instream aquatic ecosystems, through delivery of fine sediment, solutes and organic matter. Certain areas in a watershed are critical sources, where the ability both to entrain material [...]Continue Reading →
Reaney S. M., Lane S. N., Heathwaite A. L. and Dugdale L. J.2011: Risk-based modelling of diffuse land use impacts from rural landscapes upon salmonid fry abundance; Ecological Modelling Volume 222, Issue 4, 24 February 2011, Pages 1016-1029 doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2010.08.022
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