|Management and control methods of invasive alien freshwater aquatic plants: a review|
A Hussner, I Stiers, M Verhofstad, ES Bakker, BMC Grutters, J Haury, ...
Aquatic Botany 136, 112-137, 2017
|Characterising phosphorus and nitrate inputs to a rural river using high-frequency concentration–flow relationships|
MJ Bowes, HP Jarvie, SJ Halliday, RA Skeffington, AJ Wade, ...
Science of the Total Environment 511, 608-620, 2015
|The British river of the future: how climate change and human activity might affect two contrasting river ecosystems in England|
AC Johnson, MC Acreman, MJ Dunbar, SW Feist, AM Giacomello, ...
Science of the Total Environment 407 (17), 4787-4798, 2009
|Control of Microcystis aeruginosa by decomposing barley straw|
JR Newman, PRF Barrett
Journal of aquatic plant Management 31, 203-203, 1993
|Hydrochemical processes in lowland rivers: insights from in situ, high-resolution monitoring|
AJ Wade, EJ Palmer-Felgate, SJ Halliday, RA Skeffington, M Loewenthal, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 16 (11), 4323-4342, 2012
|Risk management to prioritise the eradication of new and emerging invasive non-native species|
O Booy, AC Mill, HE Roy, A Hiley, N Moore, P Robertson, S Baker, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (8), 2401-2417, 2017
|Assessment of the trophic status of rivers using macrophytes: evaluation of the Mean Trophic Rank|
FH Dawson, JR Newman, MJ Gravelle
Environment Agency, 1999
|Understanding the controls on deposited fine sediment in the streams of agricultural catchments|
PS Naden, JF Murphy, GH Old, J Newman, P Scarlett, M Harman, ...
Science of the Total Environment 547, 366-381, 2016
|Freshwaters: openwaters, wetlands and floodplains [chapter 9]|
E Maltby, S Ormerod, M Acreman, M Dunbar, A Jenkins, S Maberly, ...
|Small Water Bodies in Great Britain and Ireland: Ecosystem function, human-generated degradation, and options for restorative action|
WD Riley, ECE Potter, J Biggs, AL Collins, HP Jarvie, JI Jones, ...
Science of the Total Environment 645, 1598-1616, 2018
|High‐frequency water quality monitoring in an urban catchment: hydrochemical dynamics, primary production and implications for the Water Framework Directive|
SJ Halliday, RA Skeffington, AJ Wade, MJ Bowes, E Gozzard, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (15), 3388-3407, 2015
|Herbicide risk assessment for non‐target aquatic plants: sulfosulfuron–a case study|
J Davies, JL Honegger, FG Tencalla, G Meregalli, P Brain, JR Newman, ...
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 59 (2), 231-237, 2003
|Inorganic carbon acquisition by aquatic photolithoatrophs of the Dighty Burn, Angus, UK: uses and limitations of natural abundance measurements of carbon isotopes|
JA Raven, AM Johnston, JR Newman, CM Scrimgeour
New Phytologist 127 (2), 271-286, 1994
|The water quality of the River Enborne, UK: Observations from high-frequency monitoring in a rural, lowland river system|
SJ Halliday, RA Skeffington, MJ Bowes, E Gozzard, JR Newman, ...
Water 6 (1), 150-180, 2014
|Trans-national horizon scanning for invasive non-native species: a case study in western Europe|
B Gallardo, A Zieritz, T Adriaens, C Bellard, P Boets, JR Britton, ...
Biological invasions 18 (1), 17-30, 2016
|Requirement for carbonic anhydrase activity in processes other than photosynthetic inorganic carbon assimilation|
JA Raven, JR Newman
Plant, Cell & Environment 17 (2), 123-130, 1994
|R&D Technical Report E38|
NTH Holmes, JR Newman, S Chadd, KJ Rouen, L Saint, FH Dawson
Environment Agency of England & Wales, 1999
|Photosynthetic carbon assimilation by Crassula helmsii|
JR Newman, JA Raven
Oecologia 101 (4), 494-499, 1995
|Instream and riparian implications of weed cutting in a chalk river|
GH Old, PS Naden, P Rameshwaran, MC Acreman, S Baker, FK Edwards, ...
Ecological Engineering 71, 290-300, 2014
|Ecology, distribution and chemical control of Hydrocotyle ranunculoides in the UK|
JR Newman, FH Dawson
Hydrobiologia 415, 295-298, 1999