11 results for "pollution"
New BGS karst report released for Hampshire and Wiltshire
The report details the evidence for karst processes in areas of soluble rocks that have not previously been considered karstic.
Tracking nitrate and ammonium in the environment
Newly developed methodologies are improving our understanding of nitrogen cycling.
Sampling salt marsh sediments: a Thames microplastics fieldtrip
Megan Trusler gives an overview of her PhD project, which studies the role salt marshes play in the accumulation and transport of microplastics.
Understanding environmental impact through the study of sediments
A new study aims to understand the range of organic molecules present in urban waterway sediments from different locations around the world.
Evaluating contamination in sediment, waters and fish from two contrasting catchments in England
Calum Ramage's PhD project sets out to assess the impacts of pesticides and trace metals on British rivers.
Stuck in the mud: the long-term accumulation and dispersal of microplastics across urban catchments
Investigating how salt marshes store and interact with plastics and explaining the key processes that control their accumulation and release.
New method offers rapid monitoring of contamination in drinking water
Scientists have developed an innovative new method to monitor the risk of contamination in drinking water with immediate results, enabling global communities to respond rapidly and help reduce exposure to deadly diarrhoeal diseases.
Engineers invited to take part in survey to improve understanding of cost estimates for UK brownfield sites
Quantity surveyors and civil engineers have until the end of July to take part in a survey that will help to improve the accuracy of indicative cost estimates for UK brownfield sites.