Westminster Water Science Research Group

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McEldowney, Sharron (2014) Meeting the demand: strategy, policy and legislation. In: Booth, C. and Charlesworth, S., (eds.) Water resources in the built environment: management issues and solutions. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 9780470670910 (In Press)

Walker, Samantha Dawn and McEldowney, Sharron (2013) Molecular docking: a potential tool to aid ecotoxicity testing in environmental risk assessment of pharmaceuticals. Chemosphere, 93 (10). pp. 2568-2577. ISSN 0045-6535

McEldowney, John and McEldowney, Sharron (2011) Science and environmental law: collaboration across the double helix. Environmental Law Review, 13 (3). pp. 169-198. ISSN 1461-4529

Versteegh, Gerard JM and Blokker, Peter and Bogus, Kara A and Harding, Ian C and Lewis, Jane and Oltmanns, Sven and Rochon, Andre and Zonneveld, Karin AF (2012) Infra red spectroscopy, flash pyrolysis, thermally assisted hydrolysis and methylation (THM) in the presence of tetramethylammonium hydroxide (TMAH) of cultured and sediment-derived Lingulodinium polyedrum (Dinoflagellata) cyst walls. Organic Geochemistry, 43. pp. 92-102. ISSN 0146-6380

Brosnahan, Michael L. and Kulis, David M and Solow, Andrew R. and Erdner, Deana L and Percy, Linda and Lewis, Jane and Anderson, Donald M (2010) Outbreeding lethality between toxic Group I and nontoxic Group III Alexandrium tamarense spp. isolates: predominance of heterotypic encystment and implications for mating interactions and biogeography. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 57 (3-4). pp. 175-189. ISSN 0967-0645

Erdner, Deana L and Percy, Linda and Keafer, B and Lewis, Jane and Anderson, Donald M(2010) A quantitative real-time PCR assay for the identification and enumeration of Alexandrium cysts in marine sediments. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 57 (3-4). pp. 279-287. ISSN 0967-0645

Yin, Xin'an and Zhang, Yang and Petts, Geoffrey E (2012) Optimizing environmental flows between dams. River Research and Applications, 28 (6). pp. 703-716. ISSN 1535-1459

Gosselin, M-P and Maddock, IP and Petts, Geoffrey E (2012) Meso-habitat use by brown trout (Salmo trutta) in a small groundwater-dominated stream. River Research and Applications, 28 (3). pp. 390-401. ISSN 1535-1459

Gurnell, Angela M and Petts, Geoffrey E (2011) Hydrology and ecology of river systems. In: Wilderer, Peter, (ed.) Treatise on water science. Academic Press, Oxford, pp. 237-269. ISBN 9780444531933

Thompson, David Stuart (2009) Untangling tensions: a consideration of the epidermal-growth-control and developmental-hydraulic interpretations of tissue tension. Journal of Plant Physiology, 166 (16). pp. 1717-1719. ISSN 0176-1617

Thompson, David Stuart (2009) Commentary on "my embarrassment at not knowing Heinich". Untangling tensions: a consideration of epidermal-growth-control and developmental-hydraulic interpretations of tissue tension. Journal of Plant Physiology, 166 (16). pp. 1713-1716. ISSN 0176-1617

Salah, M and Tewfik, Ihab (2011) Globesity in action: systematic review and pilot intervention to assess the potential health benefit of moderate physical activity. In: Ahmed, Allam and Busler, Michael, (eds.) World sustainable development outlook 2011. Sharing knowledge, making a difference: the role of international scientific cooperation. World Association for Sustainable Development (WASD). ISBN 9781907106125

Tewfik, Ihab and Bener, Abdulbari and Tewfik, Sundus (2010) Is Africa facing a nutrition transition under the double burden of disease? In: Ahmed, Allam and Nwankwo, Sonny, (eds.) Achieving sustainable development in Africa: science, technology & innovation trajectory. Africa book series (1). World Association for Sustainable Development, London, pp. 160-171. ISBN 9781907106071

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