Bruce Misstear
Bruce Misstear
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Water wells and boreholes
BDR Misstear, D Banks, L Clark
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
1232006
Nutrient loading on subsoils from on-site wastewater effluent, comparing septic tank and secondary treatment systems
LW Gill, N O'luanaigh, PM Johnston, BDR Misstear, C O'suilleabhain
Water Research 43 (10), 2739-2749, 2009
1102009
Comparison of particulate matter dose and acute heart rate variability response in cyclists, pedestrians, bus and train passengers
M Nyhan, A McNabola, B Misstear
Science of the Total Environment 468, 821-831, 2014
792014
Impacts of sewers on groundwater quality
PK Bishop, BD Misstear, M White, NJ Harding
Water and Environment Journal 12 (3), 216-223, 1998
711998
Real time air quality forecasting using integrated parametric and non-parametric regression techniques
A Donnelly, B Misstear, B Broderick
Atmospheric Environment 103, 53-65, 2015
682015
“Exposure Track” The Impact of Mobile-Device-Based Mobility Patterns on Quantifying Population Exposure to Air Pollution
M Nyhan, S Grauwin, R Britter, B Misstear, A McNabola, F Laden, ...
Environmental science & technology 50 (17), 9671-9681, 2016
662016
A methodology for making initial estimates of groundwater recharge from groundwater vulnerability mapping
BDR Misstear, L Brown, D Daly
Hydrogeology Journal 17 (2), 275-285, 2009
622009
Development of a microbial contamination susceptibility model for private domestic groundwater sources
PD Hynds, BD Misstear, LW Gill
Water Resources Research 48 (12), 2012
602012
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
542019
The treatment performance of different subsoils in Ireland receiving on-site wastewater effluent
LW Gill, C O'Súlleabháin, BDR Misstear, PJ Johnston
Journal of environmental quality 36 (6), 1843-1855, 2007
502007
Estimation of groundwater recharge in a major sand and gravel aquifer in Ireland using multiple approaches
BDR Misstear, L Brown, PM Johnston
Hydrogeology Journal 17 (3), 693-706, 2009
492009
Application of nonparametric regression methods to study the relationship between NO2 concentrations and local wind direction and speed at background sites
A Donnelly, B Misstear, B Broderick
Science of the Total Environment 409 (6), 1134-1144, 2011
482011
Estimating groundwater recharge through tills: a sensitivity analysis of soil moisture budgets and till properties in Ireland
VP Fitzsimons, BDR Misstear
Hydrogeology Journal 14 (4), 548-561, 2006
402006
Groundwater source contamination mechanisms: physicochemical profile clustering, risk factor analysis and multivariate modelling
P Hynds, BD Misstear, LW Gill, HM Murphy
Journal of contaminant hydrology 159, 47-56, 2014
352014
Unregulated private wells in the Republic of Ireland: Consumer awareness, source susceptibility and protective actions
PD Hynds, BD Misstear, LW Gill
Journal of environmental management 127, 278-288, 2013
332013
Contaminant movement and attenuation along pathways from the land surface to aquatic receptors–a review
M Archbold, M Bruen, J Deakin, D Doody, R Flynn, M Kelly-Quinn, ...
Secure Archive For Environmental Research Data (SAFER), managed by …, 2010
312010
Using operational data to estimate the reliable yields of water-supply wells
BDR Misstear, S Beeson
Hydrogeology Journal 8 (2), 177-187, 2000
262000
Assessing subsoil permeability for groundwater vulnerability
M Swartz, BDR Misstear, D Daly, ER Farrell
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology 36 (2), 173-184, 2003
252003
Groundwater in the Celtic regions
NS Robins, BDR Misstear
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 182 (1), 5-17, 2000
252000
Developing an integrated hydrograph separation and lumped modelling approach to quantifying hydrological pathways in Irish river catchments
RJ O’Brien, BD Misstear, LW Gill, JL Deakin, R Flynn
Journal of hydrology 486, 259-270, 2013
242013
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