Paul J A Withers
Paul J A Withers
Professor of Geography, Bangor University
Verified email at bangor.ac.uk
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Delivery and cycling of phosphorus in rivers: a review
PJA Withers, HP Jarvie
Science of the total environment 400 (1-3), 379-395, 2008
6482008
Practical and innovative measures for the control of agricultural phosphorus losses to water: an overview
A Sharpley, B Foy, P Withers
Journal of environmental quality 29 (1), 1-9, 2000
5152000
Sewage-effluent phosphorus: a greater risk to river eutrophication than agricultural phosphorus?
HP Jarvie, C Neal, PJA Withers
Science of the total environment 360 (1-3), 246-253, 2006
4922006
Relating soil phosphorus indices to potential phosphorus release to water
PS Hooda, AR Rendell, AC Edwards, PJA Withers, MN Aitken, ...
Journal of environmental quality 29 (4), 1166-1171, 2000
3112000
Agriculture and eutrophication: where do we go from here?
PJA Withers, C Neal, HP Jarvie, DG Doody
Sustainability 6 (9), 5853-5875, 2014
2592014
Phosphorus cycling in UK agriculture and implications for phosphorus loss from soil
PJA Withers, AC Edwards, RH Foy
Soil use and Management 17 (3), 139-149, 2001
2592001
Phosphorus mitigation to control river eutrophication: murky waters, inconvenient truths, and “postnormal” science
HP Jarvie, AN Sharpley, PJA Withers, JT Scott, BE Haggard, C Neal
Journal of Environmental Quality 42 (2), 295-304, 2013
2572013
The environmentally-sound management of agricultural phosphorus
AN Sharpley, PJA Withers
Fertilizer research 39 (2), 133-146, 1994
2511994
Use of commercial bio-inoculants to increase agricultural production through improved phosphrous acquisition
D Owen, AP Williams, GW Griffith, PJA Withers
Applied Soil Ecology 86, 41-54, 2015
2462015
Element balances as a tool for sustainable nutrient management: a critical appraisal of their merits and limitations within an agronomic and environmental context
I Öborn, AC Edwards, E Witter, O Oenema, K Ivarsson, PJA Withers, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 20 (1-2), 211-225, 2003
2452003
Agricultural nutrient inputs to rivers and groundwaters in the UK: policy, environmental management and research needs
PJA Withers, EI Lord
Science of the Total Environment 282, 9-24, 2002
2452002
Transport and delivery of suspended solids, nitrogen and phosphorus from various sources to freshwaters in the UK
AC Edwards, PJA Withers
Journal of Hydrology 350 (3-4), 144-153, 2008
2432008
Assessing the effectiveness of actions to mitigate nutrient loss from agriculture: A review of methods
KA Cherry, M Shepherd, PJA Withers, SJ Mooney
Science of the Total Environment 406 (1-2), 1-23, 2008
2332008
Phosphorus transfer in runoff following application of fertilizer, manure, and sewage sludge
PJA Withers, SD Clay, VG Breeze
Journal of Environmental Quality 30 (1), 180-188, 2001
2282001
Manuring and fertilization effects on phosphorus accumulation in soils and potential environmental implications
PS Hooda, VW Truesdale, AC Edwards, PJA Withers, MN Aitken, A Miller, ...
Advances in Environmental Research 5 (1), 13-21, 2001
2152001
The contribution of agricultural phosphorus to eutrophication
RH Foy, PJA Withers
Nawozy i Nawożenie 4 (3 [12]), 2002
2092002
Influence of sulphur and nitrogen on seed yield and quality of low glucosinolate oilseed rape (Brassica napus L)
F Zhao, EJ Evans, PE Bilsborrow, JK Syers
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 63 (1), 29-37, 1993
2051993
Soil phosphorus management and water quality: a UK perspective
AC Edwards, PJA Withers
Soil use and Management 14, 124-130, 1998
1931998
Nutrient losses by surface run-off following the application of organic manures to arable land. 2. Phosphorus
KA Smith, DR Jackson, PJA Withers
Environmental Pollution 112 (1), 53-60, 2001
1902001
Variation in the breadmaking quality and rheological properties of wheat in relation to sulphur nutrition under field conditions
FJ Zhao, SE Salmon, PJA Withers, JM Monaghan, EJ Evans, PR Shewry, ...
Journal of cereal science 30 (1), 19-31, 1999
1801999
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