Howard Fallowfield
Howard Fallowfield
Professor of Environmental Health
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TitleCited byYear
Use of microcosms to determine persistence of Escherichia coli in recreational coastal water and sediment and validation with in situ measurements
DL Craig, HJ Fallowfield, NJ Cromar
Journal of Applied Microbiology 96 (5), 922-930, 2004
The adsorption of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins from water onto soil during batch experiments
MJ Miller, MM Critchley, J Hutson, HJ Fallowfield
Water research 35 (6), 1461-1468, 2001
Enumeration of faecal coliforms from recreational coastal sites: evaluation of techniques for the separation of bacteria from sediments
DL Craig, HJ Fallowfield, NJ Cromar
Journal of Applied Microbiology 93 (4), 557-565, 2002
The potential of riverbank filtration for drinking water supplies in relation to microsystin removal in brackish aquifers
PJ Dillon, M Miller, H Fallowfield, J Hutson
Journal of Hydrology 266 (3-4), 209-221, 2002
Community experience and perceptions of water reuse
J Marks, N Cromar, H Fallowfield, D Oemcke
Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 3 (3), 9-16, 2003
Effect of nutrient loading and retention time on performance of high rate algal ponds
NJ Cromar, HJ Fallowfield
Journal of Applied Phycology 9 (4), 301-309, 1997
The photosynthetic treatment of pig slurry in temperate climatic conditions: a pilot-plant study
HJ Fallowfield, MK Garrett
Agricultural wastes 12 (2), 111-136, 1985
The treatment of wastes by algal culture
HJ Fallowfield, MK Garrett
Journal of applied bacteriology 59, 187S-205S, 1985
Degradation of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins in batch experiments
MJ Miller, HJ Fallowfield
Water Science and Technology 43 (12), 229-232, 2001
Application of high rate nitrifying trickling filters for potable water treatment
B van den Akker, M Holmes, N Cromar, H Fallowfield
Water research 42 (17), 4514-4524, 2008
Influence of environmental parameters on biomass production and nutrient removal in a high rate algal pond operated by continuous culture
NJ Cromar, HJ Fallowfield, NJ Martin
Water science and technology 34 (11), 133, 1996
A review of the factors affecting sunlight inactivation of micro-organisms in waste stabilisation ponds: preliminary results for enterococci
NF Bolton, NJ Cromar, P Hallsworth, HJ Fallowfield
Water Science and Technology 61 (4), 885-890, 2010
The influence of the chemical composition of drinking water on cuprosolvency by biofilm bacteria
MM Critchley, NJ Cromar, NC McClure, HJ Fallowfield
Journal of applied microbiology 94 (3), 501-507, 2003
Coliform die-off rate constants in a high rate algal pond and the effect of operational and environmental variables
HJ Fallowfield, NJ Cromar, LM Evison
Water Science and Technology 34 (11), 141-147, 1996
Radium and radon radioisotopes in regional groundwater, intertidal groundwater, and seawater in the Adelaide Coastal Waters Study area: implications for the evaluation of …
S Lamontagne, CLG La Salle, GJ Hancock, IT Webster, CT Simmons, ...
Marine Chemistry 109 (3-4), 318-336, 2008
Performance of a flat plate, air-lift reactor for the growth of high biomass algal cultures
IAJ Ratchford, HJ Fallowfield
Journal of applied phycology 4 (1), 1-9, 1992
Profiling and modelling of thermal changes in a large waste stabilisation pond
DG Sweeney, JB Nixon, NJ Cromar, HJ Fallowfield
Water Science and Technology 51 (12), 163-172, 2005
Natural and surfactant modified zeolites: a review of their applications for water remediation with a focus on surfactant desorption and toxicity towards microorganisms
PJ Reeve, HJ Fallowfield
Journal of environmental management 205, 253-261, 2018
Effect of irradiance, temperature and salinity on growth and toxin production by Nodularia spumigena
P Hobson, HJ Fallowfield
Hydrobiologia 493 (1-3), 7-15, 2003
Assessment of microbial involvement in the elevation of copper levels in drinking water
C Dutkiewicz, H Fallowfield
Journal of applied microbiology 85 (3), 597-602, 1998
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