Prof David Kay

Prof David Kay

Professor

Department of Geography and Earth Sciences

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Kay, D, Crowther, J, Stapleton, C & Wyer, M 2018, 'Faecal indicator organism inputs to watercourses from streamside pastures grazed by cattle: Before and after implementation of streambank fencing' Water Research, vol. 143, pp. 229-239. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2018.06.046
Wyer, M, Kay, D, Morgan, H, Naylor, S, Clark, S, Watkins, J, Davies, C, Francis, C, Osborn, H & Bennett, S 2018, 'Within-day variability in microbial concentrations at a UK designated bathing water: Implications for regulatory monitoring and the application of predictive modelling based on historical compliance data' Water Research X, vol. 1, 100006. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wroa.2018.10.003
Vieira, C, de Abreu Corrêa, A, de Jesus, MS, Bessa Luz, SL, Wyn-Jones, P, Kay, D, Simões Rocha, M & Miagostovich, MP 2017, 'The Impact of the Extreme Amazonian Flood Season on the Incidence of Viral Gastroenteritis Cases' Food and Environmental Virology, vol. 45, no. 4. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12560-017-9280-x
Solo-Gabriele, HM, Harwood, VJ, Kay, D, Fujioka, RS, Sadowsky, MJ, Whitman, RL, Wither, A, Caniça, M, Carvalho Da Fonseca, R, Duarte, A, Edge, TA, Gargaté, MJ, Gunde-cimerman, N, Hagen, F, Mclellan, SL, Nogueira Da Silva, A, Novak Babič, M, Prada, S, Rodrigues, R, Romão, D, Sabino, R, Samson, RA, Segal, E, Staley, C, Taylor, HD, Veríssimo, C, Viegas, C, Barroso, H & Brandão, JC 2016, 'Beach sand and the potential for infectious disease transmission: Observations and recommendations' Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, vol. 96, no. 1, pp. 101-120. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025315415000843
Oliver, DM, Hanley, ND, Van Niekerk, M, Kay, D, Heathwaite, AL, Rabinovici, SJM, Kinzelman, JL, Fleming, LE, Porter, J, Shaikh, S, Fish, R, Chilton, S, Hewitt, J, Connolly, E, Cummins, A, Glenk, K, Mcphail, C, Mcrory, E, Mcvittie, A, Giles, A, Roberts, S, Simpson, K, Tinch, D, Thairs, T, Avery, LM, Vinten, AJA, Watts, BD & Quilliam, RS 2016, 'Molecular tools for bathing water assessment in Europe: Balancing social science research with a rapidly developing environmental science evidence-base' Ambio: A Journal of the Human Environment, vol. 45, no. 1, pp. 52-62. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-015-0698-9
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