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Louise Heathwaite
Louise Heathwaite
Distinguished Professor, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research & Enterprise), Lancaster University
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Phosphorus management at the watershed scale: a modification of the phosphorus index
WJ Gburek, AN Sharpley, L Heathwaite, GJ Folmar
Journal of environmental quality 29 (1), 130-144, 2000
5602000
Characterising phosphorus loss in surface and subsurface hydrological pathways
AL Heathwaite, RM Dils
Science of the Total Environment 251, 523-538, 2000
4972000
UK National Ecosystem Assessment: understanding nature's value to society: synthesis of key findings
R Aspinall, M Austen, R Bardgett, I Bateman, P Berry, W Bird, R Bradbury, ...
UNEP-WCMC, 2011
466*2011
Hydrological processes in abandoned and restored peatlands: an overview of management approaches
JS Price, AL Heathwaite, AJ Baird
Wetlands Ecology and Management 11, 65-83, 2003
4022003
Modelling and managing critical source areas of diffuse pollution from agricultural land using flow connectivity simulation
AL Heathwaite, PF Quinn, CJM Hewett
Journal of Hydrology 304 (1-4), 446-461, 2005
3902005
The phosphorus transfer continuum: linking source to impact with an interdisciplinary and multi-scaled approach
PM Haygarth, LM Condron, AL Heathwaite, BL Turner, GP Harris
Science of the total environment 344 (1-3), 5-14, 2005
3502005
A conceptual approach for integrating phosphorus and nitrogen management at watershed scales
L Heathwaite, A Sharpley, W Gburek
Journal of environmental quality 29 (1), 158-166, 2000
3482000
A restatement of the natural science evidence concerning catchment-based ‘natural’flood management in the UK
SJ Dadson, JW Hall, A Murgatroyd, M Acreman, P Bates, K Beven, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2017
3442017
Nitrate: processes, patterns and management.
TP Burt, AL Heathwaite, ST Trudgill
3301993
Modelling the impact of land use change on water quality in agricultural catchments
PJ Johnes, AL Heathwaite
Hydrological processes 11 (3), 269-286, 1997
2841997
Rapid incidental phosphorus transfers from grassland
N Preedy, K McTiernan, R Matthews, L Heathwaite, P Haygarth
Journal of Environmental Quality 30 (6), 2105-2112, 2001
2442001
Trends in nutrients
AL Heathwaite, PJ Johnes, NE Peters
Hydrological processes 10 (2), 263-293, 1996
2431996
Anisotropy and depth‐related heterogeneity of hydraulic conductivity in a bog peat. I: Laboratory measurements
CW Beckwith, AJ Baird, AL Heathwaite
Hydrological processes 17 (1), 89-101, 2003
2382003
Contribution of nitrogen species and phosphorus fractions to stream water quality in agricultural catchments
AL Heathwaite, PJ Johnes
Hydrological processes 10 (7), 971-983, 1996
2201996
Phosphorus loss from an agricultural watershed as a function of storm size
AN Sharpley, PJA Kleinman, AL Heathwaite, WJ Gburek, GJ Folmar, ...
Journal of environmental quality 37 (2), 362-368, 2008
2162008
Multiple stressors on water availability at global to catchment scales: understanding human impact on nutrient cycles to protect water quality and water availability in the …
AL Heathwaite
Freshwater Biology 55, 241-257, 2010
2132010
Representation of landscape hydrological connectivity using a topographically driven surface flow index
SN Lane, SM Reaney, AL Heathwaite
Water Resources Research 45 (8), 2009
2082009
Future novel threats and opportunities facing UK biodiversity identified by horizon scanning
WJ Sutherland, MJ Bailey, IP Bainbridge, T Brereton, JTA Dick, J Drewitt, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (3), 821-833, 2008
1922008
Nitrogen and phosphorus in runoff from grassland with buffer strips following application of fertilizers and manures
AL Heathwaite, P Griffiths, RJ Parkinson
Soil Use and Management 14 (3), 142-148, 1998
1661998
Environmental change in the Kalahari: integrated land degradation studies for nonequilibrium dryland environments
AJ Dougill, DSG Thomas, AL Heathwaite
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 89 (3), 420-442, 1999
1651999
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