Dr. Barnaby Smith

Publications

Jarvie, H. P.; Haygarth, P. M.; Neal, C.; Butler, P.; Smith, B.; Naden, P.S.; Joynes, A.; Neal, M.; Wickham, H.; Armstrong, L.; Harman, S.; Palmer-Felgate, E. J., 2008, Stream water chemistry and quality along an upland–lowland rural land-use continuum, south west England. Journal of Hydrology, 350, 215-231

Granger, S. J.; Bol, R.; Butler, P. J.; Haygarth, P. M.; Naden, P.; Old, G.; Owens, P. N.; Smith, B. P. G., 2007, Processes affecting transfer of sediment and colloids, with associated phosphorus, from intensively farmed grasslands: tracing . Hydrological Processes, 21, 417-422

Old, Gareth h.; Leeks, Graham J. L.; Packman, John C.; Smith, Barnaby P.G.; Lewis, Scott; Hewitt, Edward J., 2006, River flow and associated transport of sediments and solutes through a highly urbanised catchment: Bradford, West Yorkshire. Science of the Total Environment, 360, 98-108

Old, G.H.; Naden, P.S.; Granger, S.J.; Bol, R.; Butler, P.; Marsh, J.; Owens, P.N.; Smith, B.P.G.; Macleod, C.; Billotta, G.; Brazier, R.; Haygarth, P.M., 2007. Understanding the pathways and dynamics of agricultural diffuse pollution from intensively farmed grassland: the application of. In: Heckrath, G.; Rubaek, G.H.; Kronvang, B., (eds.) , Diffuse Phosphorus Loss. Risk assessment, mitigation options and ecological effects in river basins.. Aarhus Universitet, 201-204. (DJF Plant Science).

Naden, Pam; Smith, Barnaby; Bowes, Michael; Bass, Jon, 2004. Fine sediment in the aquatic environment: issues for successful management. In: Neal, Colin; Littlewood, Ian, (eds.) , Managing our aquatic environment in the 21st Century: contempoary issues of water quality. CEH for the British Hydrological Society, 13-18. (BHS Occasional Paper no.14).