J P Bloomfield
Affiliation: British Geological Survey
- Impacts of climate change on the fate and behaviour of pesticides in surface and groundwater--A UK perspectiveJ P Bloomfield
Maclean Building, British Geological Survey, Crowmarsh Gifford, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8BB, UK
Sci Total Environ 369:163-77. 2006..The review focuses on climate change scenarios and case studies from the UK; however, the general conclusions can be applied more widely...
- Modeling fracture porosity development using simple growth lawsJohn P Bloomfield
Groundwater Systems and Water Quality Programme, British Geological Survey, Wallingford OX10 8BB, UK
Ground Water 43:314-26. 2005..The geometry of the evolved aperture fields is diverse and they can be highly complex; consequently, parameterization and prediction of their evolution in terms of the initial aperture distributions and growth rate laws is not trivial...
- The nitrate time bomb: a numerical way to investigate nitrate storage and lag time in the unsaturated zoneL Wang
British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham, UK
Environ Geochem Health 35:667-81. 2013..With a limited number of parameters, the method and models developed in this study are readily transferable to other areas...
- Assessing herbicide concentrations in the saturated and unsaturated zone of a Chalk aquifer in southern EnglandD C Gooddy
British Geological Survey, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8BB, United Kingdom
Ground Water 39:262-71. 2001....
- A review of the impact of climate change on future nitrate concentrations in groundwater of the UKM E Stuart
British Geological Survey, Maclean Building, Wallingford, Oxon, OX108BB, UK
Sci Total Environ 409:2859-73. 2011..These changes may be masked by nitrate reductions from improved agricultural practices, but a range of adaption measures need to be identified. Future impact may also be driven by economic responses to climate change...
- Towards a better understanding of tetrachloroethene entry pressure in the matrix of Permo-Triassic sandstonesDaren C Gooddy
British Geological Survey, Maclean Building, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 8BB, UK
J Contam Hydrol 59:247-65. 2002..One consequence of the lower observed entry pressures is that solvents are likely to penetrate deeper into the matrix of water-saturated sandstones than previously expected...