Browsing by Author "Macleod, Christopher J. A."

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  • Humphreys, Michael W.; Turner, Lesley B.; King, Julie; Haygarth, Philip M.; Papadopoulos, T.; O'Donovan, S.; Whalley, W. R.; Binley, A.; Watts, C.; Macleod, Christopher J. A. (2011-06-02)
  • Turner, Lesley B.; Macleod, Christopher J. A.; Watts, C.; Whalley, W. R.; Binley, A.; Papadopoulos, T.; O'Donovan, S.; Haygarth, Philip M.; King, Julie; Humphreys, Michael W. (Springer, 2010-08-20)
    Breeding for drought resistance/tolerance traits that favour continued growth and yield in forage grasses rather than just survival would be of great economic value. Festuca chromosome 3 has proved a rich source of alleles ...
  • Macleod, Christopher J. A.; King, Ian P.; O'Donovan, S. A.; Turner, Lesley B.; Whalley, W. R.; Humphreys, Michael W.; Haygarth, Philip M. (2011-06-09)
    A Lolium perenne × Festuca pratensis cultivar demonstrates rapid and extensive root growth, in excess of either its parent species. Root turn-over at depth in the soil has a major effect on soil structure and porosity and ...
  • Macleod, Christopher J. A.; Blackstock, K. L.; Haygarth, Philip M. (2008)
    Greater integration between researchers and policy makers is required to provide an evidence base that is transparent, integrated, and adaptive to support the complexities of sustainable catchment management. Opening-up ...
  • Pollard, S.; Willey, D.; Fisher, B.; Martin, I.; Ng, B.; Macleod, Christopher J. A.; Drew, G.; Duarte-Davidson, R.; Shi, J. P. (2006-05)
    Human exposures to air pollution control (APC) residues released from 6 landfills were modeled and assessed. Following a qualitative risk characterisation, direct and indirect exposures were quantified. Site-specific air ...
  • Webster, C. W.; Gregory, A. S.; Whalley, W. R.; Watts, C. W.; Joynes, A.; Macleod, Christopher J. A.; Papadopoulos, A.; Humphreys, Michael W.; Turner, Lesley B.; Skøt, Leif; Haygarth, Philip M.; Binley, A. (2011-05-31)
    In this study, we explored the effect of the roots of different forage grasses on soil hydraulic properties at the plot scale. To achieve this, we set up a field experiment in which six different grass cultivars were grown ...
  • Gregory, A. S.; Webster, C. P.; Watts, C. W.; Whalley, W. R.; Macleod, Christopher J. A.; Joynes, A.; Papadopoulos, A.; Haygarth, Philip M.; Binley, A.; Humphreys, Michael Warren; Turner, Lesley Beryl; Skøt, Leif; Matthews, G. P. (2010-04-01)
    In this study, we explored the effect of the roots of different forage grasses on soil hydraulic properties at the plot scale. To achieve this, we set up a field experiment in which six different grass cultivars were grown ...