David N Lerner
David N Lerner
University of Sheffield, Southern University of Science and Technology (China)
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Groundwater recharge
DN Lerner, AS Issar, I Simmers
A Guide to Understanding and Estimating Natural Recharge. International …, 1990
921*1990
Non-agricultural sources of groundwater nitrate: a review and case study
FT Wakida, DN Lerner
Water research 39 (1), 3-16, 2005
6882005
Identifying and quantifying urban recharge: a review
DN Lerner
Hydrogeology journal 10 (1), 143-152, 2002
5352002
Review of natural and artificial denitrification of groundwater
KM Hiscock, JW Lloyd, DN Lerner
Water Research 25 (9), 1099-1111, 1991
3701991
Marker species for identifying urban groundwater recharge sources: a review and case study in Nottingham, UK
MH Barrett, KM Hiscock, S Pedley, DN Lerner, JH Tellam, MJ French
Water Research 33 (14), 3083-3097, 1999
2631999
The relationship between land use and groundwater resources and quality
DN Lerner, B Harris
Land use policy 26, S265-S273, 2009
2282009
Quantification of groundwater recharge in the city of Nottingham, UK
Y Yang, DN Lerner, MH Barrett, JH Tellam
Environmental geology 38 (3), 183-198, 1999
2161999
Groundwater recharge in urban areas
DN Lerner
Atmospheric Environment. Part B. Urban Atmosphere 24 (1), 29-33, 1990
2161990
Microbial contamination of two urban sandstone aquifers in the UK
KL Powell, RG Taylor, AA Cronin, MH Barrett, S Pedley, J Sellwood, ...
Water Research 37 (2), 339-352, 2003
1602003
Processes controlling the distribution and natural attenuation of dissolved phenolic compounds in a deep sandstone aquifer
SF Thornton, S Quigley, MJ Spence, SA Banwart, S Bottrell, DN Lerner
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 53 (3-4), 233-267, 2001
1452001
Leaking pipes recharge ground water
DN Lerner
Groundwater 24 (5), 654-662, 1986
1291986
Reactive transport modeling of processes controlling the distribution and natural attenuation of phenolic compounds in a deep sandstone aquifer
KU Mayer, SG Benner, EO Frind, SF Thornton, DN Lerner
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 53 (3-4), 341-368, 2001
1252001
Enrichment of degrading microbes and bioremediation of petrochemical contaminants in polluted soil
G Li, W Huang, DN Lerner, X Zhang
Water Research 34 (15), 3845-3853, 2000
1182000
Dissolved oxygen imaging in a porous medium to investigate biodegradation in a plume with limited electron acceptor supply
WE Huang, SE Oswald, DN Lerner, CC Smith, C Zheng
Environmental science & technology 37 (9), 1905-1911, 2003
1152003
Organic contamination of the Birmingham aquifer, UK
MO Rivett, DN Lerner, JW Lloyd, L Clark
Journal of Hydrology 113 (1-4), 307-323, 1990
1141990
The use of stream power as an indicator of channel sensitivity to erosion and deposition processes
S Bizzi, DN Lerner
River Research and Applications 31 (1), 16-27, 2015
1102015
Use of nitrogen isotopes to identify nitrogen contamination of the Sherwood Sandstone aquifer beneath the city of Nottingham, United Kingdom
CN Rivers, MH Barrett, KM Hiscock, PF Dennis, NA Feast, DN Lerner
Hydrogeology Journal 4 (1), 90-102, 1996
1091996
An illustrated handbook of DNAPL transport and fate in the subsurface
BH Kueper, GP Wealthall, JWN Smith, SA Leharne, DN Lerner
Environment Agency R&D Publication 133, 2003
1072003
Urban groundwater issues in the United Kingdom
DN Lerner, MH Barrett
Hydrogeology Journal 4 (1), 80-89, 1996
981996
Physical modelling of solute transport in porous media: evaluation of an imaging technique using UV excited fluorescent dye
WE Huang, CC Smith, DN Lerner, SF Thornton, A Oram
Water Research 36 (7), 1843-1853, 2002
972002
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