Colin Neal mainly investigates Hydrology, Water quality, Drainage basin, Hydrology and Surface water. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil water and Dissolved organic carbon. His work carried out in the field of Water quality brings together such families of science as Sampling, Tributary, Nitrate and Eutrophication.
He has researched Drainage basin in several fields, including Water resource management, Ecosystem, Precipitation and Time series. His research integrates issues of Seasonality, Water pollution and Effluent in his study of Surface water. His Surface runoff study incorporates themes from Baseflow, Pollution and Groundwater.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrology, Water quality, Drainage basin, Hydrology and Surface water. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil water and Nitrate. His Water quality study incorporates themes from Environmental chemistry, Effluent, Eutrophication and Tributary.
His studies in Drainage basin integrate themes in fields like Storm, Water Framework Directive, Precipitation, Pollution and Aquifer. His work in Surface water tackles topics such as Water pollution which are related to areas like Estuary. His STREAMS research incorporates elements of Stemflow and Moorland.
Colin Neal mainly focuses on Hydrology, Water quality, Drainage basin, Hydrology and Eutrophication. In his study, Seasonality is strongly linked to Nutrient, which falls under the umbrella field of Hydrology. Colin Neal has included themes like Water pollution, Resource, Dissolved organic carbon and Surface water in his Water quality study.
His Drainage basin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Storm, Time series, Tributary and Sewage treatment. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Karst, Plateau and Terrain. Colin Neal interconnects Agriculture, Sustainable agriculture and Aquatic ecosystem in the investigation of issues within Eutrophication.
Colin Neal focuses on Water quality, Hydrology, Eutrophication, Drainage basin and Streamflow. His work in the fields of Water quality, such as Water Framework Directive, overlaps with other areas such as Population. His research integrates issues of Sampling and Sewage treatment in his study of Hydrology.
Colin Neal works mostly in the field of Drainage basin, limiting it down to topics relating to Time series and, in certain cases, Seasonality and Dissolved organic carbon, as a part of the same area of interest. Colin Neal works mostly in the field of Streamflow, limiting it down to concerns involving Precipitation and, occasionally, White noise and Atmospheric sciences. In his study, Surface water is inextricably linked to Water pollution, which falls within the broad field of Sewage.
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Fractal stream chemistry and its implications for contaminant transport in catchments
James W. Kirchner;Xiahong Feng;Colin Neal.
Sewage-effluent phosphorus: a greater risk to river eutrophication than agricultural phosphorus?
Helen P. Jarvie;Colin Neal;Paul J.A. Withers.
Science of The Total Environment (2006)
Modelling streamwater chemistry as a mixture of soilwater end-members — A step towards second-generation acidification models
Nils Christophersen;Colin Neal;Richard P. Hooper;Rolf D. Vogt.
Journal of Hydrology (1990)
NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS IN EAST COAST BRITISH RIVERS: SPECIATION, SOURCES, AND BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE
H P Jarvie;B A Whitton;C Neal.
Science of The Total Environment (1998)
The fine structure of water‐quality dynamics: the (high‐frequency) wave of the future
James W. Kirchner;Xiahong Feng;Colin Neal;Alice J. Robson.
Hydrological Processes (2004)
Catchment-scale advection and dispersion as a mechanism for fractal scaling in stream tracer concentrations
James W Kirchner;Xiahong Feng;Colin Neal.
Journal of Hydrology (2001)
Agriculture and Eutrophication: Where Do We Go from Here?
Paul J. A. Withers;Colin Neal;Helen P. Jarvie;Donnacha G. Doody.
Role of river bed sediments as sources and sinks of phosphorus across two major eutrophic UK river basins: the Hampshire Avon and Herefordshire Wye
Helen P. Jarvie;Monika D. Jürgens;Richard J. Williams;Colin Neal.
Journal of Hydrology (2005)
Phosphorus Mitigation to Control River Eutrophication: Murky Waters, Inconvenient Truths, and “Postnormal” Science
Helen P. Jarvie;Andrew N. Sharpley;Paul J. A. Withers;J. Thad Scott.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2013)
Trends in Dissolved Organic Carbon in UK Rivers and Lakes
Fred Worrall;Ron Harriman;Chris D. Evans;Carol D. Watts.
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