T D Davies


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T D

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Davies

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  • 2008-11 A comparison of temperature inversion statistics at a coastal and a non-coastal location influenced by the same synoptic regime in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED CLIMATOLOGY
  • 2004-06 Objective cyclone climatologies of the North Atlantic – a comparison between the ECMWF and NCEP Reanalyses in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2003-12 Probable causes of late twentieth century tropospheric temperature trends in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2002-04 Trends of Extreme Temperatures in Europe and China Based on Daily Observations in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 2002 Trends of Extreme Temperatures in Europe and China Based on Daily Observations in IMPROVED UNDERSTANDING OF PAST CLIMATIC VARIABILITY FROM EARLY DAILY EUROPEAN INSTRUMENTAL SOURCES
  • 2001 Unlocking the Doors to the Past: Recent Developments in Climate and Climate Impact Research in HISTORY AND CLIMATE
  • 2001 Circulation Changes in Europe since the 1780s in HISTORY AND CLIMATE
  • 1999-05 Carbon Monoxide and Nitrogen Oxides Pollution in Moscow in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1998-11 Synoptic Climatology of Air Pollution in Moscow in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED CLIMATOLOGY
  • 1995-12 Assessing the contribution of individual dissolved ions to depressions in acid neutralising capacity of streams in the adirondack and Catskill Mountains, New York in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1995-12 Assessment of the use of principal components analysis to relate air and precipitation chemistry to climate in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1995-03 Development and testing of a two-dimensional downslope wind model in BOUNDARY-LAYER METEOROLOGY
  • 1994-01 Episodic acidification of freshwater systems in Canada — Physical and geochemical processes in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1993-10 Estimation of sector roughness lengths and the effect on prediction of the vertical wind speed profile in BOUNDARY-LAYER METEOROLOGY
  • 1993-09 Multi-element geochemical analysis of snow samples: Use of discriminant analysis in interpreting the results in ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
  • 1991 Discussion on “Chemical Composition and Fluxes of Wet Deposition at Elevated Sites (700–3105 m.a.s.l.) in the Eastern Alps (Austria).” in SEASONAL SNOWPACKS
  • 1991 The Impact of Blowing Snow on Snow Chemistry in SEASONAL SNOWPACKS
  • 1991 Climatic Change and Seasonal Snowcovers: A Review of the Factors Regulating the Chemical Evolution of Snowcover and a Predictive Case Study for North-Eastern North America in SEASONAL SNOWPACKS
  • 1991 Discussion on “Influence of Urban Areas on the Chemistry of Regional Snowcover” in SEASONAL SNOWPACKS
  • 1990-02 A first approach to assessing future climate states in the UK over very long timescales: Input to studies of the integrity of radioactive waste repositories in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 1989-02 Geochemical studies in a remote scottish upland catchment II. Streamwater chemistry during snow-melt in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1988-12 The trace element composition of stream- and melt-waters at times of the spring-thaw in the Scottish Highlands in ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AND HEALTH
  • 1988-04 The impact of a single black snowfall on streamwater chemistry in the Scottish Highlands in NATURE
  • 1988-02 Trace-element studies in a remote scottish upland catchment in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1988 Chemical Composition of Snow in the Remote Scottish Highlands in ACID DEPOSITION AT HIGH ELEVATION SITES
  • 1987-11 The composition of acidic meltwaters during snowmelt in the Scottish Highlands in WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION
  • 1987-08 Relationships between concentration and deposition of nitrate and sulphate in precipitation in NATURE
  • 1987 The Removal of Soluble Ions from Melting Snowpacks in SEASONAL SNOWCOVERS: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, HYDROLOGY
  • 1987 Changes in Streamwater Chemistry During Snowmelt in SEASONAL SNOWCOVERS: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, HYDROLOGY
  • 1986-07 Acidity of Scottish rainfall influenced by climatic change in NATURE
  • 1984-11 Black acidic snow in the remote Scottish Highlands in NATURE
  • 1982-11 Preferential elution of strong acids from a Norwegian ice cap in NATURE
  • 1982 Dry Deposition Velocities of Aerosol Sulphate in Rural Eastern England in DEPOSITION OF ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTANTS
  • 1979-06 Recent changes in the level of Lake Naivasha, Kenya, as an indicator of equatorial westerlies over East Africa in CLIMATIC CHANGE
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