John Williams
TitleCited byYear
Phytoremediation of chromium by model constructed wetland
C Mant, S Costa, J Williams, E Tambourgi
Bioresource Technology 97 (15), 1767-1772, 2006
1202006
Mineralisation and pathogen removal in gravel bed hydroponic constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment
J Williams, M Bahgat, E May, M Ford, J Butler
Water Science and Technology 32 (3), 49-58, 1995
941995
Fat, oil and grease deposits in sewers: Characterisation of deposits and formation mechanisms
JB Williams, C Clarkson, C Mant, A Drinkwater, E May
Water research 46 (19), 6319-6328, 2012
812012
Progressive changes in water and sediment quality in a wetland system for control of highway runoff
H Pontier, JB Williams, E May
Science of the Total Environment 319 (1-3), 215-224, 2004
722004
The occurrence and removal of phthalates in a trickle filter STW
R Oliver, E May, J Williams
Water research 39 (18), 4436-4444, 2005
712005
Microcosm investigations of phthalate behaviour in sewage treatment biofilms
R Oliver, E May, J Williams
Science of the total environment 372 (2-3), 605-614, 2007
492007
Physical, mechanical and durability properties of soil building blocks reinforced with natural fibres
H Danso, DB Martinson, M Ali, JB Williams
Construction and Building Materials 101, 797-809, 2015
392015
Effect of fibre aspect ratio on mechanical properties of soil building blocks
H Danso, DB Martinson, M Ali, J Williams
Construction and Building Materials 83, 314-319, 2015
382015
Chemical and microbiological processes in gravel-bed hydroponic (GBH) systems for sewage treatment
E May, JE Butler, MG Ford, R Ashworth, J Williams, MMM Bahgat
Constructed wetlands in water pollution control, 33-40, 1990
381990
Constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment in Colombia
JB Williams, D Zambrano, MG Ford, E May, JE Butler
Water Science and Technology 40 (3), 217-223, 1999
311999
Metals in combined conventional and vegetated road runoff control systems
H Pontier, JB Williams, E May
Water science and technology 44 (11-12), 607-614, 2001
282001
Nitrogen transformations in gravel bed hydroponic beds used as a tertiary treatment stage for sewage effluents
JB Williams, E May, MG Ford, JE Butler
Water Science and Technology 29 (4), 29-36, 1994
271994
Direct wet surface imaging of an anaerobic biofilm by environmental scanning electron microscopy: application to landfill clay liner barriers
MG Darkin, C Gilpin, JB Williams, CM Sangha
Scanning 23 (5), 346-350, 2001
212001
Studies of removal of chromium by model constructed wetland
C Mant, S Costa, J Williams, E Tambourgi
Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering 22 (3), 381-387, 2005
202005
Computational fluid dynamics modelling of different detention pond configurations in the interest of sustainable flow regimes and gravity sedimentation potential
A Tsavdaris, S Mitchell, JB Williams
Water and Environment Journal 29 (1), 129-139, 2015
172015
Development of biological aerated filters: A review
B Hodkinson, JB Williams, JE Butler
Water and Environment Journal 13 (4), 250-254, 1999
161999
Constructed wetlands for the treatment of runoff from the Newbury bypass
H Pontier, E May, JB Williams
Water and Environment Journal 15 (2), 125-129, 2001
142001
Effects of sugarcane bagasse fibre on the strength properties of soil blocks
H Danso, DB Martinson, M Ali, JB Williams
First International Conference on Bio-Based Building Materials, 2015
122015
Physical and Chemical Aspects of Sewage Treatment in Gravel Bed Hydroponic (GB) Systems
J Williams, R Ashworth, M Ford
University of Portsmouth, 1995
111995
The removal of pathogenic microorganisms during sewage treatment in gravel bed hydroponic constructed wetlands
J Williams, M Bahgat, E May, M Ford, J Butler
proceedings of a conference on wetlands systems for water pollution control …, 1994
111994
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