Browsing School of Water, Energy and Environment (SWEE) by Title

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  • Leip, Adrian; Ledgard, Stewart; Uwizeye, Aimable; Palhares, Julio C.P.; Fernanda Aller, M.; Amon, Barbara; Binder, Michael; Cordovil, Claudia M.d.S.; De Camillis, Camillo; Dong, Hongming; Fusi, Alessandra; Helin, Janne; Hörtenhuber, Stefan; Hristov, Alexander N.; Koelsch, Richard; Liu, Chunjiang; Masso, Cargele; Nkongolo, Nsalambi V.; Wang, Ying (Elsevier, 2019-04-19)
    Livestock production is important for food security, nutrition, and landscape maintenance, but it is associated with several environmental impacts. To assess the risk and benefits arising from livestock production, transparent ...
  • Badruzzaman, Mohammad Mohammad; Hess, Tim; Smith, Heather; Upson, Sophie; Jacangelo, Joseph G. (American Water Works Association, 2017-09-01)
    The water footprint concept has been used by agricultural, commercial, and industrial water users to measure and report their water consumption, assess the magnitude of potential environmental impacts arising from this ...
  • Liu, Huimin; Wang, Chunbo; Zhang, Yue; Zou, Chan; Anthony, Edward J. (Elsevier, 2019-03-15)
    The kinetic parameters for chemical reactions associated with the vaporization of arsenic species are rarely reported due to the difficulties in obtaining suitably purified arsenic compounds as well as the issues associated ...
  • Du, Baoming; Kang, Hongzhang; Zhu, Yanhua; Zhao, Xuan; Yin, Shan; Burgess, Paul J.; Liu, Chunjiang (MDPI, 2015-06-30)
    The concentration of the carbon-13 isotope (leaf δ13C) in leaves is negatively correlated with the mean annual precipitation (MAP) atlarge geographical scales. In this paper, we explain the spatial pattern of leaf δ13C ...
  • Fang, Rui; Redfern, Sally P.; Kirkup, Don; Porter, Elaine A.; Kite, Geoffrey C.; Terry, Leon A.; Berry, Mark J.; Simmonds, Monique S.J. (Elsevier, 2016-09-09)
    This is the first study to use chemometric methods to differentiate among 21 cultivars of Camellia sinensis from China and between leaves harvested at different times of the year using 30 compounds implicated in the taste ...
  • Pereira Gomez, Ledicia (Cranfield University, 2016-09)
    The use of two stage vertical flow constructed wetlands (VFCWs) for sewage treatment post coarse screening is an established option in France. The need to reduce the energy and maintenance requirements associated with small ...
  • Jenkins, Nicole (2017-04)
    Due to increasing focus on improving water quality within surface waters, it is anticipated that stringent ammonia discharge consents will be introduced to small wastewater treatment works in the coming years, with potential ...
  • Balani, Jyoti; Hyer, S. L.; Shehata, H; Mohareb, Fady (SAGE, 2018-03-14)
    Objective To develop a model to predict gestational diabetes mellitus incorporating classical and a novel risk factor, visceral fat mass. Methods Three hundred two obese non-diabetic pregnant women underwent body ...
  • Okparanma RN; Mouazen AM (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2013-11-29)
    Visible and near-infrared (VisNIR) spectroscopy is becoming recognised by soil scientists as a rapid and cost-effective measurement method for hydrocarbons in petroleum-contaminated soils. This study investigated the ...
  • Almabrok, Almabrok A.; Aliyu, Aliyu M.; Baba, Yahaya D.; Lao, Liyun; Yeung, Hoi (Springer, 2017-08-01)
    We investigate the effect of a return U-bend on flow behaviour in the vertical upward section of a large-diameter pipe. A wire mesh sensor was employed to study the void fraction distributions at axial distances of 5, 28 ...
  • Ravndal, Kristin T.; Opsahl, Eystein; Bagi, Andrea; Kommedal, Roald (Elsevier, 2017-12-18)
    The potential for resource recovery from wastewater can be evaluated based on a detailed characterisation of wastewater. In this paper, results from fractionation and characterisation of two distinct wastewaters are reported. ...
  • Daccache, Andre; Ciurana, J. S.; Rodriguez Diaz, J. A.; Knox, Jerry W. (IOP Publishing, 2014-12-15)
    Irrigated agriculture constitutes the largest consumer of freshwater in the Mediterranean region and provides a major source of income and employment for rural livelihoods. However, increasing droughts and water scarcity ...
  • Salmoral, Gloria; Schaap, Nynke C. E.; Walschebauer, Julia; Alhajaj, Areen (Elsevier, 2019-07-02)
    Growing evidence within nexus research has highlighted the importance for sustainable governance of considering the interdependencies between water, energy, food and the environment, whereas water diplomacy has provided ...
  • Ashagre, Biniam; White, Sue; Mwakalila, Shadrack; Platts, Philip; Schaafsma, Marije; Smith, Celina (Tanzania Forest Conservation Group, 2014-06)
    Around one in ten Tanzanians source their water from rivers originating in the Eastern Arc Mountains (EAM). In Dar es Salaam, the main water source is the Ruvu River, flowing from Uluguru Nature Reserve, from which ...
  • Garcia de Jalon, Silvestre; González Del Tánago, M.; Alonso, C.; Garcia de Jalon, Diego (2017-09-02)
    River ecosystems are severely affected by dams and reservoirs. The Water Framework Directive states that polluters should be financially responsible for the caused environmental damage. Nevertheless, the environmental ...
  • Holden, J.; Haygarth, P. M.; Dunn, N.; Harris, Jim A.; Harris, R. C.; Humble, A.; Jenkins, A.; MacDonald, J.; McGonigle, D. F.; Meacham, T.; Orr, H. G. (Wiley: 12 months, 2017-02-14)
    There are high aspirations for environmental water quality targets in the UK, but requirements for significant growth in agricultural production to meet both food security objectives and provide viable livelihoods for ...
  • Hess TM; Knox JW (IP Publishing, 2013-06-01)
    Water savings in agriculture often refer to reducing the amount of water abstracted or diverted and used for different purposes. However, this is not the only option as reductions in water use can also be achieved by using ...
  • Shi, Jing; Lao, Liyun; Yeung, Hoi (Elsevier, 2017-07-05)
    This paper has investigated the water holdup and the pressure gradient of water-lubricated transport of high-viscosity oil flow in horizontal pipes. Experimental results on the water holdup and the pressure gradient of ...
  • Pizarro, Roberto; Ingram, Ben; Gonzalez-Leiva, Fernando; Valdés-Pineda, Rodrigo; Sangüesa, Claudia; Delgado, Nicolás; García-Chevesich, Pablo; Valdés, Juan B. (MDPI, 2018-08-04)
    The lack of reliable continuous rainfall records can exacerbate the negative impact of extreme storm events. The inability to describe the continuous characteristics of rainfall from storm events increases the likelihood ...
  • Paris, Pierluigi; Camilli, Francesca; Rosati, Adolfo; Mantino, Alberto; Mezzalira, Giustino; Dalla Valle, Cristina; Franca, Antonello; Seddaiu, Giovanna; Pisanelli, Andrea; Lauteri, Marco; Brunori, Antonio; Re, Giovanni Antonio; Sanna, Federico; Ragaglini, Giorgio; Mele, Marcello; Ferrario, Viviana; Burgess, Paul J. (Springer, 2019-01-14)
    The successful promotion of agroforestry in Italy depends on both a recognition of tradition and the opportunities for innovation. In Italy, agroforestry has traditionally been a key component of landscape management. ...

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