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Browsing publications by Dr Sean Burke.

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Dr Russell Adams
Dr Paul Quinn
Nicholas Barber
Dr Sean Burke
Identifying flow pathways for phosphorus transport using observed event forensics and the CRAFT (Catchment runoff attenuation flux tool)2020
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Dr Matthew Perks
Dr Sean Burke
High-frequency monitoring of nitrogen and phosphorus response in three rural catchments to the end of the 2011-2012 drought in England2014
Dr Caspar Hewett
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Aidan Doyle
Dr Sean Burke
A multi-scale framework for strategic management of diffuse pollution2009
Dr Sean Burke
Novel passive treatment for groundwater contaminated by mining2008
Dr Sean Burke
Field drains as a route of rapid nutrient export from agricultural land receiving biosolids2006
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Hugh Potter
Dr Adam Jarvis
Groundwater rebound in the South Yorkshire Coalfield: a review of initial modelling2005
Dr Hugh Potter
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Adam Jarvis
Groundwater rebound in the South Yorkshire Coalfield: predicting impacts on water quality2005
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Hugh Potter
Modelling groundwater rebound in the South Yorkshire Coalfield: Implications for Groundwater Quality2005
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Steven Merrett
Strategic Management of Non-Point Source Pollution from Sewage Sludge2003
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Paul Quinn
The nutrient export risk matrix (the NERM) for strategic application of biosolids to agricultural land2003
Dr Sean Burke
Transfer of phosphorus to surface waters2003
Dr Sean Burke
A geochemical model for removal of iron(II)(aq) from mine water discharges2002
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Adam Jarvis
Professor Paul Younger
Up-scaling of oxidation and accretion reactors: engineering and economic considerations2002
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Adam Jarvis
Professor Paul Younger
Up-scaling of oxidation and accretion reactors: engineering and economic considerations2002
Dr Sean Burke
Professor Paul Younger
Groundwater rebound in the South Yorkshire coalfield: A first approximation using the GRAM model2000