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Inositol phosphates in the environment
BL Turner, MJ Papházy, PM Haygarth, ID McKelvie
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2002
8302002
Transfer of phosphorus from agricultural soil
PM Haygarth, SC Jarvis
Advances in agronomy 66, 195-249, 1999
4791999
Phosphorus solubilization in rewetted soils
BL Turner, PM Haygarth
Nature 411 (6835), 258-258, 2001
4762001
The impacts of grazing animals on the quality of soils, vegetation, and surface waters in intensively managed grasslands
GS Bilotta, RE Brazier, PM Haygarth
Advances in agronomy 94, 237-280, 2007
4322007
Drying and rewetting effects on soil microbial community composition and nutrient leaching
H Gordon, PM Haygarth, RD Bardgett
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (2), 302-311, 2008
4032008
Forms of phosphorus transfer in hydrological pathways from soil under grazed grassland
PM Haygarth, L Hepworth, SC Jarvis
European Journal of Soil Science 49 (1), 65-72, 1998
3891998
Terminology for phosphorus transfer
PM Haygarth, AN Sharpley
Journal of environmental quality 29 (1), 10-15, 2000
3702000
Potential for preferential pathways of phosphorus transport
RR Simard, S Beauchemin, PM Haygarth
Journal of Environmental Quality 29 (1), 97-105, 2000
3562000
The phosphorus transfer continuum: linking source to impact with an interdisciplinary and multi-scaled approach
PM Haygarth, LM Condron, AL Heathwaite, BL Turner, GP Harris
Science of the total environment 344 (1-3), 5-14, 2005
3102005
Impacts of climate change on indirect human exposure to pathogens and chemicals from agriculture
ABA Boxall, A Hardy, S Beulke, T Boucard, L Burgin, PD Falloon, ...
Environmental health perspectives 117 (4), 508-514, 2009
2822009
Characterisation of water-extractable soil organic phosphorus by phosphatase hydrolysis
BL Turner, ID McKelvie, PM Haygarth
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (1), 27-35, 2002
2802002
Processes controlling soil phosphorus release to runoff and implications for agricultural management
RW McDowell, AN Sharpley, LM Condron, PM Haygarth, PC Brookes
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 59 (3), 269-284, 2001
2782001
β-Glucosidase activity in pasture soils
BL Turner, DW Hopkins, PM Haygarth, N Ostle
Applied Soil Ecology 20 (2), 157-162, 2002
2632002
Phosphorus forms and concentrations in leachate under four grassland soil types
BL Turner, PM Haygarth
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (3), 1090-1099, 2000
2632000
Long-term accumulation and transport of anthropogenic phosphorus in three river basins
SM Powers, TW Bruulsema, TP Burt, NI Chan, JJ Elser, PM Haygarth, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (5), 353-356, 2016
2432016
The future of soils and land use in the UK: soil systems for the provision of land-based ecosystem services
PM Haygarth, K Ritz
Land use policy 26, S187-S197, 2009
2372009
Global importance and global cycling of selenium
PM Haygarth
Selenium in the Environment 1, 1-27, 1994
2291994
Phosphorus budgets for two contrasting grassland farming systems in the UK
PM Haygarth, PJ Chapman, SC Jarvis, RV Smith
Soil use and Management 14, 160-167, 1998
2261998
Size distribution of colloidal molybdate reactive phosphorus in river waters and soil solution
PM Haygarth, MS Warwick, WA House
Water Research 31 (3), 439-448, 1997
2111997
Phosphatase activity in temperate pasture soils: Potential regulation of labile organic phosphorus turnover by phosphodiesterase activity
BL Turner, PM Haygarth
Science of the total environment 344 (1-3), 27-36, 2005
2102005
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