Browsing Staff publications - Cranfield University at Silsoe by Publication Date

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  • Morris, J.; Hess, Tim M.; Ryan, A. M.; Leeds-Harrison, P. B. (Severn Trent Water Authority, 1984-07)
    As part of the Severn Trent Water Authority's need to improve managerial decision on future projects, post appraisals of completed projects have been instigated. These can involve either a comprehensive review of all aspects ...
  • Morris, J.; Black, D. E.; Hess, Tim M. (Cranfield University, 1987-01)
    The commitment of public funds to land drainage improvement such as river flood alleviation and improved arterial systems, has been an important component of agricultural support in Britain. The economic performance of ...
  • Carr, M. K. V.; Ndamugoba, D. M.; Burgess, Paul J.; Myinga, G. R. (1992-10-09)
    The history of tea development in Tanzania from the early part of this century to the present is summarised. Average yields of made tea from well managed estates in the Mufindi district have increased from around 600 kg ...
  • Morris, J.; Sutherland, D. C. (Cranfield University, 1993-05)
    Rivers serve a variety of interests including those of water supply, drainage, environmental quality, and recreation. One of the main functions of managed rivers is to dispose of surplus water from urban and rural areas. ...
  • Sutherland, D. C.; Morris, J. (Cranfield University, 1993-09)
    Silsoe College was asked by the Lower Trent Area of the Severn Trent Region of the National Rivers Authority (NRA) to evaluate the current weed maintenance regime on the River Idle, north Nottinghamshire. The study required ...
  • Dunderdale, J. A. L.; Morris, J. (National Rivers Authority, 1996)
    This document describes methods, results and conclusions of a study to evaluate the impacts of alternative river maintenance strategies on the River Arrow Dreneuydd Broadway Reen and the Dysynni Low Level Drain in the Welsh ...
  • Ward, D. E.; Holmes, N. T. H.; Andrews, J. H.; Gowing, D. J. G.; Kirby, P. (National Rivers Authority, 1996)
    This report sets out the methodology employed in preparing guidelines for the incorporation of environmental criteria into the planning and appraisal of river vegetation management. This work was carried out under Project ...
  • Dunderdale, J. A. L.; Morris, J. (National Rivers Authority, 1996)
    In January 1989, the National Rivers Authority (NRA) Severn Trent Region commissioned Silsoe College to undertake a three year study to monitor and evaluate the impact of maintenance on six of its main river sites. The ...
  • Dunderdale, J. A. L.; Morris, J. (National Rivers Authority, 1996)
  • Dunderdale, J. A. L.; Morris, J. (National Rivers Authority, 1996)
    This document describes methods, results and conclusions of a study to evaluate the impacts of alternative river maintenance strategies on the River Sence and Hilton Brook in the Severn Trent Region. Its main purpose are ...
  • Dunderdale, J. A. L.; Morris, J. (National Rivers Authority, 1996)
    This document describes methods, results and conclusions of a study to evaluate the impacts of alternative river maintenance strategies on the River Yarty and Sir Arther's Pill in the South Western Region. Its main purpose ...
  • Dunderdale, J. A. L.; Morris, J. (National Rivers Authority, 1996)
    This document describes methods, results and conclusions of a study to evaluate the impacts of alternative river maintenance strategies on the River Yare and Wensum and the Woldgrift Drain in the Anglian Region. Its main ...
  • Burgess, Paul J.; Carr, M. K. V. (Cambridge University Press, 1996-01-01)
    The physiological basis for differences in yields from well-watered and droughted plants of four contrasting clones of tea were studied in terms of light interception, dry matter production and partitioning at a high ...
  • Burgess, Paul J.; Carr, M. K. V. (Cambridge University Press, 1996-07-01)
    The yield responses to drought and temperature of six contrasting tea clones were studied in a line-source irrigation experiment in Southern Tanzania. The selected clones, all commercially and/or scientifically important ...
  • Morris, Joe (Cranfield University, 1996-11)
    The Fens, a lowlying area of 3,700 square kilometres in central, east England, are unique in character in the UK, comparable only with The Netherlands in Europe. Over 70% of the area is farmland, criss-crossed by dykes and ...
  • Rwamwanja, R. (Cranfield University, 1999)
    This report contributes to the findings, implications, and future plans of a project, initiated by Cranfield University (Silsoe, UK) entitled “Private Sector Participation in Low Cost Water Well Drilling”.
  • Ssebalu, Jamil; Rwamwanja, R.; Snell, M.; Danert, Kerstin (Cranfield University, 1999)
    This report contributes to the findings, implications, and future plans of a project, initiated by Cranfield University (Silsoe, UK) entitled “Private Sector Participation in Low Cost Water Well Drilling”.
  • Ball, Peter D.; Danert, Kerstin (1999-03-01)
    The Low Cost Drilling Project (Cranfield University/DFID/Government of Uganda) is developing a modification of the traditional Asian sludging technology for use in Africa. As part of the technology research a visit was ...
  • Ball, Peter D.; Danert, Kerstin (1999-11-01)
    A prototype low-cost drilling rig was imported to Uganda in August 1999 and handed over to Mpigi District Government. Field trials of this machine were undertaken between 20 th August and 13 th November 1999. This work ...
  • Ball, Peter D. (1999-11-01)
    Field trials of the prototype Pounder Rig were undertaken in Mpigi District, Uganda in the second half of 1999. The first phase of these trials gave rise to an initial evaluation of the equipment, which is included here ...

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