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Dr Will Mayes
Dr David Johnston
Dr Hugh Potter
Dr Adam Jarvis
A national strategy for identification, prioritisation and management of pollution from abandoned non-coal mine sites in England and Wales. I. Methodology development and initial results2009
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Hugh Potter
Dr Adam Jarvis
Novel approach to zinc removal from circum-neutral mine waters using pelletised recovered hydrous ferric oxide2009
Dr Will Mayes
Jon Aumonier
Dr Adam Jarvis
Preliminary evaluation of a constructed wetland for treating extremely alkaline (pH 12) steel slag drainage2009
Dr Will Mayes
Professor Paul Younger
Dr Adam Jarvis
Wetland treatment at extremes of pH: a review2009
Dr Will Mayes
Professor Paul Younger
Jon Aumonier
Hydrogeochemistry of alkaline steel slag leachates in the UK2008
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Josie Geris
Dr Will Mayes
Professor John Ewen
Professor Enda O'Connell
et al.
Multiscale experimentation, monitoring and analysis of long-term land use changes and flood risk2008
Dr Will Mayes
Jon Aumonier
Dr Adam Jarvis
Preliminary evaluation of a constructed wetland treating extremely alkaline (pH 12) steel slag drainage2008
Dr Will Mayes
Emma Gozzard
Dr Hugh Potter
Dr Adam Jarvis
Quantifying the importance of diffuse minewater pollution in a historically heavily coal mined catchment2008
Dr Will Mayes
Professor Paul Younger
Professor Andy Large
Caustic / vitriolic: wetland treatment at extremes of pH2007
Dr Adam Jarvis
Emma Gozzard
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Hugh Potter
Prospects for effective national management of abandoned metal mine water pollution in the UK2007
Professor Andy Large
Dr Will Mayes
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Using long-term monitoring of fen hydrology and vegetation to underpin wetland restoration strategies2007
Dr Will Mayes
Professor Paul Younger
Jon Aumonier
Buffering of alkaline steel slag leachate across a natural wetland2006
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Adam Jarvis
Emma Gozzard
Dr Hugh Potter
Identifying diffuse sources of inorganic pollutants in post-industrial catchments2006
Emma Gozzard
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Michelle Morrison
Dr Adam Jarvis
Mine water management at the catchment scale: case studies from north-east England2006
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Claire Walsh
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Mark Wilkinson
et al.
Monitoring a flood event in a densely instrumented catchment, the Upper Eden, Cumbria, UK2006
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Adam Jarvis
Professor Paul Younger
Assessing the importance of diffuse mine water pollution: a case study from County Durham, UK2005
Dr Will Mayes
Professor Andy Large
Professor Paul Younger
The impact of pumped water from a de-watered Magnesian limestone quarry on an adjacent wetland: Thrislington, County Durham, UK2005