Catherine Coxon
Catherine Coxon
Geology Department / Centre for the Environment, Trinity College Dublin
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Importance of spatial and temporal patterns for assessment of risk of diffuse nutrient emissions to surface waters
I Donohue, D Styles, C Coxon, K Irvine
Journal of Hydrology 304 (1-4), 183-192, 2005
Effects of grassland management practices and environmental conditions on nutrient concentrations in overland flow
I Kurz, C Coxon, H Tunney, D Ryan
Journal of Hydrology 304 (1-4), 35-50, 2005
Evaluation of cover crop and reduced cultivation for reducing nitrate leaching in Ireland
KV Hooker, CE Coxon, R Hackett, LE Kirwan, E O'Keeffe, KG Richards
Journal of environmental Quality 37 (1), 138-145, 2008
The spatial distribution of turloughs
CE Coxon
Irish Geography 20 (1), 11-23, 1987
An Examination of the Characteristics of Turloughs, using Muitivariate Statistical Techniques
CE Coxon
Irish Geography 20 (1), 24-42, 1987
Laboratory drying of organic-matter rich soils: Phosphorus solubility effects, influence of soil characteristics, and consequences for environmental interpretation
D Styles, C Coxon
Geoderma 136 (1-2), 120-135, 2006
A study of the hydrology and geomorphology of turloughs
CE Coxon
Trinity College, 1986
Turloughs: Ireland's unique wetland habitat
M Sheehy Skeffington, J Moran, AO Connor, E Regan, CE Coxon
Biological Conservation 133 (3), 265-290, 2006
Temporal variability of phosphorus fractions in Irish karst springs
G Kilroy, C Coxon
Environmental Geology 47 (3), 421-430, 2005
Evaluating the utility of 15N and 18O isotope abundance analyses to identify nitrate sources: A soil zone study
E Minet, CE Coxon, R Goodhue, KG Richards, RM Kalin, ...
Water research 46 (12), 3723-3736, 2012
Quantification of phosphorus loss from soil to water.
H Tunney, BS Coulter, KM Daly, I Kurz, CE Coxon, DW Jeffrey, P Mills, ...
Teagasc, 2000
Combining stable isotopes with contamination indicators: a method for improved investigation of nitrate sources and dynamics in aquifers with mixed nitrogen inputs
EP Minet, R Goodhue, W Meier-Augenstein, RM Kalin, O Fenton, ...
Water research 124, 85-96, 2017
Groundwater nitrate reduction versus dissolved gas production: a tale of two catchments
EB McAleer, CE Coxon, KG Richards, MMR Jahangir, J Grant, ...
Science of the Total Environment 586, 372-389, 2017
Agriculture and karst
C Coxon
Karst management, 103-138, 2011
The impact of agricultural management practices on nutrient losses to water: data on the effects of soil drainage characteristics
I Kurz, H Tunney, CE Coxon
Water science and technology 51 (3-4), 73-81, 2005
Turloughs–Ireland’s unique wetland habitat
MS Skeffington, J Moran, ÁO Connor, E Regan, CE Coxon, NE Scott, ...
Biological Conservation 133 (3), 265-290, 2006
Groundwater flow in the lowland limestone aquifer of eastern Co. Galway and eastern Co. Mayo, western Ireland
C Coxon, DP Drew
Anglo-French karst symposium, 259-279, 1986
Determination and occurrence of phenoxyacetic acid herbicides and their transformation products in groundwater using ultra high performance liquid chromatography coupled to …
SL McManus, M Moloney, KG Richards, CE Coxon, M Danaher
Molecules 19 (12), 20627-20649, 2014
Effects of over-winter green cover on groundwater nitrate and dissolved organic carbon concentrations beneath tillage land
A Premrov, CE Coxon, R Hackett, L Kirwan, KG Richards
Science of the total environment 438, 144-153, 2012
Interdependence of groundwater and surface water in lowland karst areas of western Ireland: management issues arising from water and contaminant transfers
C Coxon, D Drew
Geological Society, London, Special publications 182 (1), 81-88, 2000
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