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In-text: (Mian et al., 2010)
Your Bibliography: Mian, I., Begum, S., Riaz, M., Ridealgh, M., McClean, C. and Cresser, M. (2010). Spatial and temporal trends in nitrate concentrations in the River Derwent, North Yorkshire, and its need for NVZ status. Science of The Total Environment, 408(4), pp.702-712.
In-text: (Neill, 1989)
Your Bibliography: Neill, M. (1989). Nitrate concentrations in river waters in the south-east of Ireland and their relationship with agricultural practice. Water Research, 23(11), pp.1339-1355.
In-text: (Worrall, Spencer and Burt, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Worrall, F., Spencer, E. and Burt, T. (2009). The effectiveness of nitrate vulnerable zones for limiting surface water nitrate concentrations. Journal of Hydrology, 370(1-4), pp.21-28.
In-text: (Pellerin et al., 2016)
Your Bibliography: Pellerin, B., Stauffer, B., Young, D., Sullivan, D., Bricker, S., Walbridge, M., Clyde, G. and Shaw, D. (2016). Emerging Tools for Continuous Nutrient Monitoring Networks: Sensors Advancing Science and Water Resources Protection. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 52(4), pp.993-1008.
In-text: (Lawniczak et al., 2016)
Your Bibliography: Lawniczak, A., Zbierska, J., Nowak, B., Achtenberg, K., Grześkowiak, A. and Kanas, K. (2016). Impact of agriculture and land use on nitrate contamination in groundwater and running waters in central-west Poland. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 188(3).
In-text: (Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (2014). Diffuse Pollution of Water by Agriculture. Post Note 478.
In-text: (Foy and Lennox, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Foy, R. and Lennox, S. (2006). Evidence for a delayed response of riverine phosphorus exports from increasing agricultural catchment pressures in the Lough Neagh catchment. Limnology and Oceanography, 51(1part2), pp.655-663.
In-text: (Hooda et al., 2000)
Your Bibliography: Hooda, P., Edwards, A., Anderson, H. and Miller, A. (2000). A review of water quality concerns in livestock farming areas. Science of The Total Environment, 250(1-3), pp.143-167.
In-text: (Cooper, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Cooper, C. (1993). Biological Effects of Agriculturally Derived Surface Water Pollutants on Aquatic Systems—A Review. Journal of Environment Quality, 22(3), p.402.
In-text: (Carpenter et al., 1998)
Your Bibliography: Carpenter, S., Caraco, N., Correll, D., Howarth, R., Sharpley, A. and Smith, V. (1998). Nonpoint Pollution of Surface Waters with Phosphorus and Nitrogen. Ecological Applications, 8(3), p.559.
In-text: (Buck, Niyogi and Townsend, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Buck, O., Niyogi, D. and Townsend, C. (2004). Scale-dependence of land use effects on water quality of streams in agricultural catchments. Environmental Pollution, 130(2), pp.287-299.
In-text: (Kay et al., 2012)
Your Bibliography: Kay, P., Grayson, R., Phillips, M., Stanley, K., Dodsworth, A., Hanson, A., Walker, A., Foulger, M., McDonnell, I. and Taylor, S. (2012). The effectiveness of agricultural stewardship for improving water quality at the catchment scale: Experiences from an NVZ and ECSFDI watershed. Journal of Hydrology, 422-423, pp.10-16.
In-text: (Van Grinsven, Tiktak and Rougoor, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Van Grinsven, H., Tiktak, A. and Rougoor, C. (2016). Evaluation of the Dutch implementation of the nitrates directive, the water framework directive and the national emission ceilings directive. NJAS - Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, 78, pp.69-84.
In-text: (Barnes et al., 2009)
Your Bibliography: Barnes, A., Willock, J., Hall, C. and Toma, L. (2009). Farmer perspectives and practices regarding water pollution control programmes in Scotland. Agricultural Water Management, 96(12), pp.1715-1722.
In-text: (Ławniczak, Zbierska and Kupiec, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Ławniczak, A., Zbierska, J. and Kupiec, J. (2008). Changes of nutrient concentrations in water sensitive to nitrate pollution from agricultural sources in the Samica Stęszewska river catchment. Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW. Land Reclamation, 40(-1).
In-text: (Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (2011). The Common Agricultural Policy after 2013. Fifth Report of Session 2010–11, 1.
In-text: (Firbank et al., 2013)
Your Bibliography: Firbank, L., Elliott, J., Drake, B., Cao, Y. and Gooday, R. (2013). Evidence of sustainable intensification among British farms. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 173, pp.58-65.
In-text: (Natural England, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Natural England (2014). Catchment Sensitive Farming: reduce agricultural water pollution. Natural England Guidance.
In-text: (Environment Agency, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Environment Agency (2011). Catchment Sensitive Farming ECSFDI Phase 1 & 2 Full Evaluation Report. CSF Evidence Team, Environment Agency.
In-text: (Blackstock et al., 2010)
Your Bibliography: Blackstock, K., Ingram, J., Burton, R., Brown, K. and Slee, B. (2010). Understanding and influencing behaviour change by farmers to improve water quality. Science of The Total Environment, 408(23), pp.5631-5638.
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