Top 10 Thames publications

  1. Mee, K, Bee, E J, and Ford, J R.  2011.  FutureThames : Cities, catchments and coasts. Applied geoscience for decision-making in London and the Thames basin.  British Geological Survey Open Report, OR/11/027. 25pp. (Unpublished)
  2. Royse, K R, de Freitas, M, Burgess, W G, Cosgrove, J, Ghail, R C, Gibbard, P, King, C, Lawrence, U, Mortimore, R N, Owen, H, and Skipper, J.  2012.  Geology of London, UK.  Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 123 (1). 22–45.
  3. Aldiss, D T.  2013.  Under-representation of faults on geological maps of the London region: reasons, consequences and solutions.  Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 124 (6). 929–945.
  4. Harrison, A M, Plim, J F M, Harrison, M, Jones, L D, and Culshaw, M G.  2012.  The relationship between shrink-swell occurrence and climate in south-east England.  Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 123 (4).
  5. Entwisle, D C, Hobbs, P R N, Northmore, K J, Skipper, J, Raines, M R, Self, S J, Ellison, R A, and Jones, L D.  2013.  Engineering geology of British rocks and soils: Lambeth Group.  British Geological Survey, Nottingham, UK, 316pp. (OR/13/006) (Unpublished)
  6. Marchant, A P, Banks, V J, Royse, K R, and Quigley, S P.  2013.  The development of a GIS methodology to assess the potential for water resource contamination due to new development in the 2012 Olympic Park site, London.  Computers and Geosciences, 51. 206–215.
  7. Hughes, A G, Vounaki, T, Peach, D W, Ireson, A M, Jackson, C R, Butler, A P, Bloomfield, J P, Finch, J, and Wheater, H S.  2011.  Flood risk from groundwater : examples from a Chalk catchment in southern England.  Journal of Flood Risk Management, 4 (3). 143–155.
  8. Jackson, C R, Meister, R, and Prudhomme, C.  2011.  Modelling the effects of climate change and its uncertainty on UK Chalk groundwater resources from an ensemble of global climate model projections.  Journal of Hydrology, 399 (1–2). 12–28.
  9. Stuart, M E, Lapworth, D J, Thomas, J, and Edwards, L.  2013.  Fingerprinting groundwater pollution in catchments with contrasting contaminant sources using microorganic compounds.  Science of the Total Environment, 468–469. 564–577.
  10. Appleton, J D, Johnson, C C, Ander, E L, and Flight, D M A.  2013.  Geogenic signatures detectable in topsoils of urban and rural domains in the London region, UK, using parent material classified data.  Applied Geochemistry, 39.