Louise Heathwaite
Louise Heathwaite
Distinguished Professor, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research & Enterprise), Lancaster University
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TitleCited byYear
Phosphorus management at the watershed scale: A modification of the phosphorus index
WJ Gburek, AN Sharpley, L Heathwaite, GJ Folmar
Journal of environmental quality 29 (1), 130-144, 2000
4932000
Characterising phosphorus loss in surface and subsurface hydrological pathways
AL Heathwaite, RM Dils
Science of the Total Environment 251, 523-538, 2000
3852000
UK National Ecosystem Assessment: understanding nature's value to society. Synthesis of key findings
R Watson, S Albon, R Aspinall, M Austen, B Bardgett, I Bateman, P Berry, ...
Information Press, 2011
315*2011
A conceptual approach for integrating phosphorus and nitrogen management at watershed scales
L Heathwaite, A Sharpley, W Gburek
Journal of Environmental Quality 29 (1), 158-166, 2000
3072000
Hydrological processes in abandoned and restored peatlands: an overview of management approaches
JS Price, AL Heathwaite, AJ Baird
Wetlands Ecology and Management 11 (1-2), 65-83, 2003
2852003
Modelling and managing critical source areas of diffuse pollution from agricultural land using flow connectivity simulation
AL Heathwaite, PF Quinn, CJM Hewett
Journal of Hydrology 304 (1-4), 446-461, 2005
2842005
The phosphorus transfer continuum: linking source to impact with an interdisciplinary and multi-scaled approach
PM Haygarth, LM Condron, AL Heathwaite, BL Turner, GP Harris
Science of the total environment 344 (1-3), 5-14, 2005
2582005
Nitrate: processes, patterns and management
TP Burt, AL Heathwaite, ST Trudgill
John Wiley & Sons, 1993
2581993
Modelling the impact of land use change on water quality in agricultural catchments
PJ Johnes, AL Heathwaite
Hydrological processes 11 (3), 269-286, 1997
2461997
Trends in nutrients
AL Heathwaite, PJ Johnes, NE Peters
Hydrological processes 10 (2), 263-293, 1996
2161996
Rapid incidental phosphorus transfers from grassland
N Preedy, K McTiernan, R Matthews, L Heathwaite, P Haygarth
Journal of Environmental Quality 30 (6), 2105-2112, 2001
2122001
Contribution of nitrogen species and phosphorus fractions to stream water quality in agricultural catchments
AL Heathwaite, PJ Johnes
Hydrological processes 10 (7), 971-983, 1996
1691996
Anisotropy and depth‐related heterogeneity of hydraulic conductivity in a bog peat. I: laboratory measurements
CW Beckwith, AJ Baird, AL Heathwaite
Hydrological processes 17 (1), 89-101, 2003
1672003
Phosphorus loss from an agricultural watershed as a function of storm size
AN Sharpley, PJA Kleinman, AL Heathwaite, WJ Gburek, GJ Folmar, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 37 (2), 362-368, 2008
1592008
Future novel threats and opportunities facing UK biodiversity identified by horizon scanning
WJ Sutherland, MJ Bailey, IP Bainbridge, T Brereton, JTA Dick, J Drewitt, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (3), 821-833, 2008
1522008
A procedure for the simultaneous determination of total nitrogen and total phosphorus in freshwater samples using persulphate microwave digestion
PJ Johnes, AL Heathwaite
Water Research 26 (10), 1281-1287, 1992
1431992
Representation of landscape hydrological connectivity using a topographically driven surface flow index
SN Lane, SM Reaney, AL Heathwaite
Water Resources Research 45 (8), 2009
1412009
Environmental change in the Kalahari: integrated land degradation studies for nonequilibrium dryland environments
AJ Dougill, DSG Thomas, AL Heathwaite
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 89 (3), 420-442, 1999
1401999
Nitrogen and phosphorus in runoff from grassland with buffer strips following application of fertilizers and manures
AL Heathwaite, P Griffiths, RJ Parkinson
Soil Use and Management 14 (3), 142-148, 1998
1381998
Multiple stressors on water availability at global to catchment scales: understanding human impact on nutrient cycles to protect water quality and water availability in the …
AL Heathwaite
Freshwater Biology 55, 241-257, 2010
1332010
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