Julian J.C. Dawson
Julian J.C. Dawson
Environmental Biogeochemist, The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen UK
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei hutton.ac.uk
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Carbon losses from soil and its consequences for land-use management
JJC Dawson, P Smith
Science of the total environment 382 (2-3), 165-190, 2007
Assessing the influence of compost and biochar amendments on the mobility and toxicity of metals and arsenic in a naturally contaminated mine soil
L Beesley, OS Inneh, GJ Norton, E Moreno-Jimenez, T Pardo, ...
Environmental Pollution 186, 195-202, 2014
Carbon dioxide and methane evasion from a temperate peatland stream
D Hope, SM Palmer, MF Billett, JJC Dawson
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (4), 847-857, 2001
Impact of global warming on soil organic carbon
P Smith, C Fang, JJC Dawson, JB Moncrieff
Advances in agronomy 97, 1-43, 2008
Sources of organic and inorganic carbon in a headwater stream: evidence from carbon isotope studies
SM Palmer, D Hope, MF Billett, JJC Dawson, CL Bryant
Biogeochemistry 52 (3), 321-338, 2001
A comparison of particulate, dissolved and gaseous carbon in two contrasting upland streams in the UK
JJC Dawson, MF Billett, C Neal, S Hill
Journal of Hydrology 257 (1-4), 226-246, 2002
Application of biological indicators to assess recovery of hydrocarbon impacted soils
JJC Dawson, EJ Godsiffe, IP Thompson, TK Ralebitso-Senior, KS Killham, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (1), 164-177, 2007
Sources and sinks of aquatic carbon in a peatland stream continuum
JJC Dawson, MF Billett, D Hope, SM Palmer, CM Deacon
Biogeochemistry 70 (1), 71-92, 2004
Variations in dissolved CO2 and CH4 in a first‐order stream and catchment: an investigation of soil–stream linkages
D Hope, SM Palmer, MF Billett, JJC Dawson
Hydrological Processes 18 (17), 3255-3275, 2004
Influence of hydrology and seasonality on DOC exports from three contrasting upland catchments
JJC Dawson, C Soulsby, D Tetzlaff, M Hrachowitz, SM Dunn, IA Malcolm
Biogeochemistry 90 (1), 93-113, 2008
Regionalization of transit time estimates in montane catchments by integrating landscape controls
M Hrachowitz, C Soulsby, D Tetzlaff, JJC Dawson, IA Malcolm
Water Resources Research 45 (5), 2009
Connecting organic carbon in stream water and soils in a peatland catchment
MF Billett, CM Deacon, SM Palmer, JJC Dawson, D Hope
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 111 (G2), 2006
Using long-term data sets to understand transit times in contrasting headwater catchments
M Hrachowitz, C Soulsby, D Tetzlaff, JJC Dawson, SM Dunn, IA Malcolm
Journal of Hydrology 367 (3-4), 237-248, 2009
Is in-stream processing an important control on spatial changes in carbon fluxes in headwater catchments?
JJC Dawson, C Bakewell, MF Billett
Science of the Total Environment 265 (1-3), 153-167, 2001
A tracer‐based assessment of hydrological pathways at different spatial scales in a mesoscale Scottish catchment
C Soulsby, P Rodgers, R Smart, J Dawson, S Dunn
Hydrological Processes 17 (4), 759-777, 2003
A method for measuring free CO2 in upland streamwater using headspace analysis
D Hope, JJC Dawson, MS Cresser, MF Billett
Journal of Hydrology 166 (1-2), 1-14, 1995
Downstream changes in free carbon dioxide in an upland catchment from northeastern Scotland
JJC Dawson, D Hope, MS Cresser, MF Billett
Journal of Environmental Quality 24 (4), 699-706, 1995
Seasonal controls on DOC dynamics in nested upland catchments in NE Scotland
JJC Dawson, D Tetzlaff, M Speed, M Hrachowitz, C Soulsby
Hydrological Processes 25 (10), 1647-1658, 2011
An ecotoxicity assessment of contaminated forest soils from the Kola Peninsula
GI Paton, E Viventsova, J Kumpene, MJ Wilson, HJ Weitz, JJC Dawson
Science of the Total Environment 355 (1-3), 106-117, 2006
An ecotoxicological approach to assessing the impact of tanning industry effluent on river health
M Mwinyihija, A Meharg, J Dawson, NJC Strachan, K Killham
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 50 (3), 316-324, 2006
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