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A multiproxy palaeolimnological investigation of Holocene environmental change, between c. 10 700 and 7200 years BP, at Holebudalen, southern Norway (2008)
Journal Article
Panizzo, V. N., Jones, V. J., Birks, H. J., Boyle, J. F., Brooks, S. J., & Leng, M. J. (2008). A multiproxy palaeolimnological investigation of Holocene environmental change, between c. 10 700 and 7200 years BP, at Holebudalen, southern Norway. Holocene, 18(5), 805-817. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959683608089217

Geochemical analyses (x-ray fluorescence, δ13C and C/N ratios) were used to reconstruct early Holocene environments (between 10685 and 7260 cal. yr BP) at a small lake near Holebudalen, southern Norway. Results show a period of increasing stability,... Read More about A multiproxy palaeolimnological investigation of Holocene environmental change, between c. 10 700 and 7200 years BP, at Holebudalen, southern Norway.

Reconstructing hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during MIS 11: An application of oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica (2008)
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Mackay, A. W., Karabanov, E., Leng, M. J., Sloane, H. J., Morley, D. W., Panizzo, V. N., …Williams, D. (2008). Reconstructing hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during MIS 11: An application of oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica. Journal of Quaternary Science, 23(4), 365-374. https://doi.org/10.1002/jqs.1174

In this paper we reconstruct hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during Marine Isotope Stage 11 (MIS 11) (427-362 ka BP) from oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica. Highest δ18Odiatom values are found during MIS 11.3, highlighting the dominanc... Read More about Reconstructing hydrological variability in Lake Baikal during MIS 11: An application of oxygen isotope analysis of diatom silica.

Quantification of pore clogging characteristics in potential permeable reactive barrier (PRB) substrates using image analysis (2006)
Journal Article
Wantanaphong, J., Mooney, S. J., & Bailey, E. H. (2006). Quantification of pore clogging characteristics in potential permeable reactive barrier (PRB) substrates using image analysis. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 86(3-4), 299-320. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jconhyd.2006.04.003

Permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) are now an established approach for groundwater remediation. However, one concern is the deterioration of barrier material performance due to pore clogging. This study sought to quantify the effect of pore clogging... Read More about Quantification of pore clogging characteristics in potential permeable reactive barrier (PRB) substrates using image analysis.

Towards the systematic simplification of mechanistic models (2006)
Journal Article
Cox, G., Gibbons, J., Wood, A., Ramsden, S., & Crout, N. J. (2006). Towards the systematic simplification of mechanistic models. Ecological Modelling, 198,

Mechanistic models used for prediction should be parsimonious, as models which are over-parameterised may have poor predictive performance. Determining whether a model is parsimonious requires comparisons with alternative model formulations with diff... Read More about Towards the systematic simplification of mechanistic models.

Time-dependent surface reactivity of Cd sorbed on calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid (2005)
Journal Article
Bailey, E., Mosselmans, J., & Young, S. (2005). Time-dependent surface reactivity of Cd sorbed on calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid. Mineralogical Magazine, 69(5), 563-575. https://doi.org/10.1180/0026461056950271

Changes in the lability and local environment of Cd sorbed onto calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid have been investigated as a function of time (30 min–9 months) using a combination of X-ray adsorption spectroscopy (XAS) and isotopic dilution te... Read More about Time-dependent surface reactivity of Cd sorbed on calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid.

Time-dependent surface reactivity of Cd sorbed on calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid (2005)
Journal Article
Bailey, E., Mosselmans, J., & Young, S. (2005). Time-dependent surface reactivity of Cd sorbed on calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid. Mineralogical Magazine, https://doi.org/10.1002/env.708

Changes in the lability and local environment of Cd sorbed onto calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid have been investigated as a function of time (30 min–9 months) using a combination of X-ray adsorption spectroscopy (XAS) and isotopic dilution te... Read More about Time-dependent surface reactivity of Cd sorbed on calcite, hydroxylapatite and humic acid.

Quantification of the effects of pore clogging in potential PRB substrates using image analysis (2005)
Journal Article
Wantanaphong, J., Mooney, S. J., & Bailey, E. H. (2005). Quantification of the effects of pore clogging in potential PRB substrates using image analysis. Iahs Publication, 154-159

Permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) have demonstrated a promising approach for groundwater remediation. However, one concern is the deterioration of barrier material performance due to mineral precipitation and pore clogging. This study sought to quan... Read More about Quantification of the effects of pore clogging in potential PRB substrates using image analysis.

Suitability testing of selected wastes and natural substrates for permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) (2005)
Journal Article
Wantanaphong, J., Bailey, E. H., & Mooney, S. J. (2005). Suitability testing of selected wastes and natural substrates for permeable reactive barriers (PRBs). Iahs Publication, 110-116

Performance of barrier materials is important for the long-term success of permeable reactive barriers (PRBs). A number of selected wastes and natural materials were tested in batch experiments for their ability to remove heavy metals from synthetic... Read More about Suitability testing of selected wastes and natural substrates for permeable reactive barriers (PRBs).

The geochemistry of fluids from an active shallow submarine hydrothermal system: Milos island, Hellenic Volcanic Arc (2005)
Journal Article
Valsami-Jones, E., Baltatzis, E., Bailey, E. H., Boyce, A. J., Alexander, J. L., Magganas, A., …Ragnarsdottir, K. V. (2005). The geochemistry of fluids from an active shallow submarine hydrothermal system: Milos island, Hellenic Volcanic Arc. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 148(1-2), 130-151. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2005.03.018

Geothermal activity in the Aegean island of Milos (Greece), associated with island-arc volcanism, is abundant both on-and off-shore. Hydrothermal fluids venting from several sites, mainly shallow submarine (up to 10 m), but also just above seawater l... Read More about The geochemistry of fluids from an active shallow submarine hydrothermal system: Milos island, Hellenic Volcanic Arc.

Natural and waste materials as metal sorbents in permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) (2005)
Journal Article
Wantanaphong, J., Mooney, S. J., & Bailey, E. H. (2005). Natural and waste materials as metal sorbents in permeable reactive barriers (PRBs). Environmental Chemistry Letters, 3(1), 19-23. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10311-005-0106-y

A range of waste products and natural materials including chitin, fly ash, clay soil, cocoa shell, calcified seaweed and the natural zeolite clinoptilolite were tested in batch experiments to assess their ability to remove metals from a synthetic gro... Read More about Natural and waste materials as metal sorbents in permeable reactive barriers (PRBs).