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The interactive responses of water quality and hydrology to changes in multiple stressors, and implications for the long-term effective management of phosphorus, Crossman, J.; Whitehead, P.G; Futter, M.N; Jin, L.; Shahgedanova, M.; Castellazzi, M.; Wade, A.J. , Science of The Total Environment, Volume 454–455, p.230 - 244, (2013) Abstract
PERSiST: a flexible rainfall-runoff modelling toolkit for use with the INCA family of models, Futter, M.N.; Erlandsson, M.A.; Butterfield, D.; Whitehead, P.G.; Oni, S.K.; Wade, A.J. , Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Volume 18, Number 2, p.855–873, (2014)
Modelling the impacts of climate change on flow and nitrate in the River Thames: assessing potential adaptation strategies, Jin, L.; Whitehead, P.G.; Futter, M.N.; Lu, Z. , Hydrology Research, Volume 43, Issue 6, p.902-916, (2012) Abstract
A cost-effectiveness analysis of water security and water quality: impacts of climate and land-use change on the River Thames system, Whitehead, P.G; Crossman, J.; Balana, B.B; Futter, M.N; Comber, S.; Jin, L.; Skuras, D.; Wade, A.J; Bowes, M.J; D.S, R. , Phil Trans R Soc A 371, Volume 20120413, p.1-16, (2013) Abstract
Macronutrient cycles and climate change: Key science areas and an international perspective, Whitehead, P.G.; Crossman, J. , Climate Change and Macronutrient Cycling along the Atmospheric, Terrestrial, Freshwater and Estuarine Continuum - A Special Issue dedicated to Professor Colin Neal, 2012/9/15/, Volume 434, p.13 - 17, (2012)
Evidence needed to manage freshwater ecosystems in a changing climate: Turning adaptation principles into practice, Wilby, R.L.; Orr, H.; Watts, G.; Battarbee, R.W.; Berry, P.M.; Chadd, R.; Dugdale, S.J.; Dunbar, M.J.; Elliott, J.A.; Extence, C.; Hannah, D.M.; Holmes, N.; Johnson, A.C.; Knights, B.; Milner, N.J.; Ormerod, S.J.; Solomon, D.; Timlett, R.; Whitehead, P.J.; Wood, P.J. , Science of The Total Environment, Volume 408, Number 19, p.4150 - 4164, (2010) Abstract