S. Charlesworth
S. Charlesworth
Professor, Urban Physical Geography
Verified email at coventry.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
A comparative study of heavy metal concentration and distribution in deposited street dusts in a large and a small urban area: Birmingham and Coventry, West Midlands, UK
S Charlesworth, M Everett, R McCarthy, A Ordonez, E De Miguel
Environment International 29 (5), 563-573, 2003
5152003
Risk-based evaluation of the exposure of children to trace elements in playgrounds in Madrid (Spain)
E De Miguel, I Iribarren, E Chacon, A Ordonez, S Charlesworth
Chemosphere 66 (3), 505-513, 2007
4002007
Heavy metals in the hydrological cycle: trends and explanation
IDL Foster, SM Charlesworth
Hydrological processes 10 (2), 227-261, 1996
2881996
Distribution of heavy metals in the street dusts and soils of an industrial city in Northern Spain
A Ordonez, J Loredo, E De Miguel, S Charlesworth
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 44 (2), 0160-0170, 2003
2452003
A review of the distribution of particulate trace elements in urban terrestrial environments and its application to considerations of risk
S Charlesworth, E De Miguel, A Ordóñez
Environmental geochemistry and health 33 (2), 103-123, 2011
1992011
Sediment sources and transport pathways in a rural catchment, Herefordshire, UK
KE Gruszowski, IDL Foster, JA Lees, SM Charlesworth
Hydrological Processes 17 (13), 2665-2681, 2003
1432003
The distribution of heavy metals in deposited urban dusts and sediments, Coventry, England
SM Charlesworth, JA Lees
Environmental Geochemistry and Health 21 (2), 97-115, 1999
941999
Particulate-associated heavy metals in the urban environment: their transport from source to deposit, Coventry, UK
SM Charlesworth, JA Lees
Chemosphere 39 (5), 833-848, 1999
931999
A review of the adaptation and mitigation of global climate change using sustainable drainage in cities
SM Charlesworth
Journal of Water and Climate Change 1 (3), 165-180, 2010
842010
A review of sustainable drainage systems (SuDS): A soft option for hard drainage questions?
SM Charlesworth, E Harker, S Rickard
Geography, 99-107, 2003
732003
Geochemical fingerprints and controls in the sediments of an urban river: River Manzanares, Madrid (Spain)
E de Miguel, S Charlesworth, A Ordóñez, E Seijas
Science of the Total Environment 340 (1-3), 137-148, 2005
642005
Influence of industry on the geochemical urban environment of Mieres (Spain) and associated health risk
J Loredo, A Ordóñez, S Charlesworth, E De Miguel
Environmental Geochemistry and Health 25 (3), 307-323, 2003
582003
Urban sediment particle size and pollutants in Southern Brazil
C Poleto, EC Bortoluzzi, SM Charlesworth, GH Merten
Journal of soils and sediments 9 (4), 317, 2009
492009
The use of mineral magnetic measurements in polluted urban lakes and deposited dusts, Coventry, UK
SM Charlesworth, JA Lees
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 22 (1-2), 203-206, 1997
481997
Risk assessment of soils contaminated by mercury mining, Northern Spain
A Ordóñez, R Álvarez, S Charlesworth, E De Miguel, J Loredo
Journal of environmental monitoring 13 (1), 128-136, 2011
472011
The application of some mineral magnetic measurements and heavy metal analysis for characterising fine sediments in an urban catchment, Coventry, UK
SM Charlesworth, JA Lees
Journal of Applied Geophysics 48 (2), 113-125, 2001
452001
Laboratory-based experiments to investigate the impact of glyphosate-containing herbicide on pollution attenuation and biodegradation in a model pervious paving system
FU Mbanaso, SJ Coupe, SM Charlesworth, EO Nnadi
Chemosphere 90 (2), 737-746, 2013
442013
The relationship between soil geochemistry and the bioaccessibility of trace elements in playground soil
E De Miguel, J Mingot, E Chacón, S Charlesworth
Environmental geochemistry and health 34 (6), 677-687, 2012
362012
Spatial and temporal variations of trace element distribution in soils and street dust of an industrial town in NW Spain: 15 years of study
A Ordóñez, R Álvarez, E De Miguel, S Charlesworth
Science of the Total Environment 524, 93-103, 2015
312015
Rainfall–runoff simulations to assess the potential of SuDS for mitigating flooding in highly urbanized catchments
D Jato-Espino, S Charlesworth, J Bayon, F Warwick
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (1), 149, 2016
282016
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