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Your Bibliography: Ali, H., Khan, E. and Ilahi, I., 2019. Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology of Hazardous Heavy Metals: Environmental Persistence, Toxicity, and Bioaccumulation. Journal of Chemistry, 2019, pp.1-14.
In-text: (Barbosa and Fernando, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Barbosa, B. and Fernando, A., 2018. Chapter 9: Aided Phytostabilization of Mine Waste. Bio-Geotechnologies for Mine Site Rehabilitation, pp.147-157.
In-text: (Bawuro, Voegborlo and Adimado, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Bawuro, A., Voegborlo, R. and Adimado, A., 2018. Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metals in Some Tissues of Fish in Lake Geriyo, Adamawa State, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental and Public Health, 2018, pp.1-7.
In-text: (Beane, Comber, Rieuwerts and Long, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Beane, S., Comber, S., Rieuwerts, J. and Long, P., 2016. Abandoned metal mines and their impact on receiving waters: A case study from Southwest England. Chemosphere, 153, pp.294-306.
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In-text: (BGS, 2021)
Your Bibliography: BGS, 2021. Principal aquifers in England and Wales. [online] British Geological Survey (BGS). Available at: <https://www2.bgs.ac.uk/groundwater/shaleGas/aquifersAndShales/maps/aquifers/home.html> [Accessed 7 April 2021].
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In-text: (Caporale and Violante, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Caporale, A. and Violante, A., 2016. Chemical Processes Affecting the Mobility of Heavy Metals and Metalloids in Soil Environments. Current Pollution Reports, 2(1), pp.15-27.
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Your Bibliography: Cranstone, D., 1991. HBMC Assessment of the Lead Industry, Site 2A. Historic Buildings and Monument Commission Report: SDV90317, p.11.
In-text: (EA, 2005)
Your Bibliography: EA, 2005. Development of the partition coefficient (Kd) test method for use in environmental risk assessments. Science Report SC020039/4. Environment Agency, p.15.
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Your Bibliography: EA, 2008. Assessment of Metal-mining Contaminated River Sediments in England and Wales. Science Report: SC030136/SR4. Environment Agency. Bristol: Almondsbury, UK,.
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Your Bibliography: EA, 2021. Water Quality Archive: Cholwell Brook at Brook Tavy (Environment Agency). [online] Environment.data.gov.uk. Available at: <https://environment.data.gov.uk/water-quality/view/sampling-point/SW-81232708> [Accessed 6 April 2021].
In-text: (Gamble, Anderson and Griffiths, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Gamble, B., Anderson, M. and Griffiths, J., 2020. Chapter 13: Hazards associated with mining and mineral exploitation in Cornwall and Devon, SW England. Geological Society, London, Engineering Geology Special Publications, 29(1), pp.321-367.
In-text: (Google Earth Pro, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Google Earth Pro, 2021. Google. Mac. Data SIO, NOAA, U.S. Navy, NGA GEBCO.
In-text: (Heritage Gateway, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Heritage Gateway, 2021. Devon and Dartmoor HER, Wheal Betsy Mine. [online] Heritagegateway. Available at: <https://www.heritagegateway.org.uk/gateway/Results_Single.aspx?uid=MDV3185&resourceID=104> [Accessed 29 March 2021].
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Your Bibliography: Historic England, 2021. Wheal Betsy pumping house, Mary Tavy - 1003191. [online] Historic England. Available at: <https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1003191> [Accessed 31 March 2021].
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Your Bibliography: Jenkins, A., 2005. Mines of Devon. 1st ed. Ashbourne: Landmark, pp.87-89.
In-text: (LandIS, 2021)
Your Bibliography: LandIS, 2021. Soilscapes Viewer - Application by Cranfield University and DEFRA. [online] Landis.org.uk. Available at: <http://www.landis.org.uk/services/soilscapes.cfm> [Accessed 8 April 2021].
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Your Bibliography: Lottermoser, B., 2014. Mine Wastes: Characterisation, Treatment and Environmental Impacts. Chapter 2: Sulfidic Mine Wastes. 3rd ed. Berlin: Springer Berlin, pp.50-66.
In-text: (Lyon, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Lyon, S., 2010. 3.11 - Corrosion of Lead and its Alloys. Shreir's Corrosion. Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering., 3, pp.2053-2067.
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In-text: (Rieuwerts, Austin and Harris, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Rieuwerts, J., Austin, S. and Harris, E., 2009. Contamination from historic metal mines and the need for non-invasive remediation techniques: a case study from Southwest England. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 148(1-4), pp.149-158.
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Your Bibliography: Turner, A., 2011. Diffuse Minewater Pollution: Quantification and Risk Assessment in the Tamar Catchment. University of Plymouth: Unpublished PhD Thesis, pp.192-290.
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Your Bibliography: WFD, 2013. Updated Recommendations on Environmental Standards - River Basin Management (2015-21). Science Report WFD-UKTAG. Edinburgh., pp.12-43.
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Your Bibliography: WHO-EU, 2017. Drinking Water Parameter Cooperation Project. Science Report: Support to the revision of Annex I Council Directive 98/83/EC on the Quality of Water Intended for Human Consumption (Drinking Water Directive), pp.59-63.
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Your Bibliography: Xu, L., Tian, J., Wu, H., Lu, Z., Yang, Y., Sun, W. and Hu, Y., 2017. Effect of Pb 2+ ions on ilmenite flotation and adsorption of benzohydroxamic acid as a collector. Applied Surface Science, 425, pp.796-802.
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