Items where Kingston Author is "Downward, Stuart"
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Millier, Helen K. G. R., Hooda, Peter S. and Downward, Stuart R. (2010) The impact of treated sewage wastewater discharges on the phosphorus levels and hydrology of two second order rivers flowing into the Thames. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 12(6), pp. 1307-1314. ISSN (print) 1464-0325
Linsey, Tim, Ooms, Ann, Downward, Stuart, Field, Ken and O'Brien, James (2010) Mobilising remote student engagement on field trips. In: ALT-C 2010: "Into something rich and strange" - making sense of the sea change; 07-09 Sep 2010, Nottingham, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Downward, Stuart, Linsey, Timothy and Ooms, Ann (2010) Learning support by mobile technologies on GEES fieldwork. In: GEES Subject Centre 10th Anniversary Conference - "GEES Learning and Teaching to 2020"; 07-09 Jul 2010, Plymouth, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Ooms, Ann and Downward, Stuart (2009) Educational use of mobile technologies: a review of the literature. In: 2009 AAG annual meeting; 22 - 27 Mar 2009, Las Vegas, U.S.. (Unpublished)
Scholes, Lian, Faulkner, Hazel, Tapsell, Sue and Downward, Stuart (2008) Urban rivers as pollutant sinks and sources: a public health concern for recreational river users? Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 8(5-6), pp. 543-553. ISSN (print) 0049-6979
Downward, Stuart (2007) River management and sustainable communities. In: Sustainability in practice: from local to global: making a difference; 06 - 07 Sep 2007, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Downward, Stuart R. and Taylor, Ros (2007) An assessment of Spain's Programa AGUA and its implications for sustainable water management in the province of Almeria, southeast Spain. Journal of Environmental Management, 82(2), pp. 277-289. ISSN (print) 0301-4797
Downward, Stuart and Skinner, Kevin (2005) Working rivers: the geomorphological legacy of English freshwater mills. Area, 37(2), pp. 138-147. ISSN (print) 0004-0894
Faulkner, Hazel, Ruiz, Jose, Zukowskyj, Paul and Downward, Stuart (2003) Erosion risk associated with rapid and extensive agricultural clearances on dispersive materials in southeast Spain. Environmental Science & Policy, 6(1), pp. 115-127. ISSN (print) 1462-9011