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  1. Re-shaping models of E. coli population dynamics in livestock faeces: increased bacterial risk to humans?

    Oliver, D. M., Page, T., Heathwaite, A. L. & Haygarth, P. M., 01/2010, In : Environmental International. 36, 1, p. 1-7 7 p.

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  2. Mitigation and current management attempts to limit pathogen survival and movement within farmed grassland.

    Oliver, D. M., Heathwaite, A. L., Hodgson, C. J. & Chadwick, D. R., 2007, In : Advances in Agronomy. 93, 1, p. 95-152 58 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  3. Differential E. coli die-off patterns associated with agricultural matrices.

    Oliver, D. M., Haygarth, P. M., Clegg, C. D. & Heathwaite, L., 15/09/2006, In : Environmental Science and Technology. 40, 18, p. 5710-5716 7 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  4. Transfer of Escherichia coli to water from drained and undrained grassland after grazing.

    Oliver, D., Heathwaite, A. L., Haygarth, P. & Clegg, C., 05/2005, In : Journal of Environmental Quality. 34, 3, p. 918-925 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  5. Assessing the potential for pathogen transfer from grassland soils to surface waters.

    Oliver, D. M., Clegg, C. D., Haygarth, P. & Heathwaite, A. L., 2005, In : Advances in Agronomy. 85, 1, p. 125-180 56 p.

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