The transmissive critical zone: understanding the karst hydrology - biogeochemical interface for sustainable management

Funded by Natural Environment Research Council.

Collaboration with University of Glasgow.

Total award value £29,317.00

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Professor David Oliver

Professor David Oliver

Professor, BES

Outputs (4)



Yue F, Li S, Waldron S, Wang Z, Oliver DM, Chen X & Liu C (2020) Rainfall and conduit drainage combine to accelerate nitrate loss from a karst agroecosystem: insights from stable isotope tracing and high-frequency nitrate sensing. Water Research, 186, Art. No.: 116388.


Yue F, Waldron S, Li S, Wang Z, Zeng J, Xu S, Zhang Z & Oliver DM (2019) Land use interacts with changes in catchment hydrology to generate chronic nitrate pollution in karst waters and strong seasonality in excess nitrate export. Virgílio Cruz J (Editor) Science of The Total Environment, 696, Art. No.: 134062.