Peter Shaw
Peter Shaw
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The influence of riparian shade on lowland stream water temperatures in southern England and their viability for brown trout
SB Broadmeadow, JG Jones, TEL Langford, PJ Shaw, TR Nisbet
River Research and Applications 27 (2), 226-237, 2011
1432011
Effects of dissolved humic substances on the speciation of iron and phosphate at different pH and ionic strength
RI Jones, PJ Shaw, H De Haan
Environmental Science & Technology 27 (6), 1052-1059, 1993
1121993
Nearest neighbour effects in kerbside household waste recycling
PJ Shaw
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 52 (5), 775-784, 2008
882008
The potential of financial incentives to enhance householders’ kerbside recycling behaviour
PJ Shaw, SJ Maynard
Waste management 28 (10), 1732-1741, 2008
722008
Long-term recovery of macroinvertebrate biota in grossly polluted streams: re-colonisation as a constraint to ecological quality
TEL Langford, PJ Shaw, AJD Ferguson, SR Howard
Ecological Indicators 9 (6), 1064-1077, 2009
562009
Phytoplankton photosynthesis-irradiance parameters in the near-shore UK coastal waters of the North Sea: temporal variation and environmental control
PJ Shaw, DA Purdie
Marine Ecology Progress Series 216, 83-94, 2001
532001
Kerbside recycling in the London Borough of Havering: progress and priorities
JK Lyas, PJ Shaw, M van Vugt
Resources, conservation and recycling 45 (1), 1-17, 2005
422005
The influence of humic substances on the molecular weight distributions of phosphate and iron in epilimnetic lake waters
PJ Shaw, RI Jones, H De Haan
Freshwater Biology 45 (4), 393-393, 2000
422000
The effect of pH, dissolved humic substances, and ionic composition on the transfer of iron and phosphate to particulate size fractions in epilimnetic lake water.
PJ Shaw
Limnology and oceanography 39 (7), 1734-1743, 1994
421994
Recycling habits and food waste prevention activities in high-density households in a deprived urban area.
A Rispo, ID Williams, PJ Shaw
Waste Management 44, 15-27, 2015
35*2015
Destined for indecision? A critical analysis of waste management practices in England from 1996 to 2013
TD Farmer, PJ Shaw, ID WIlliams
Waste Management, 2015
312015
On the relationship between set-out rates and participation ratios as a tool for enhancement of kerbside household waste recycling
PJ Shaw, JK Lyas, SJ Maynard, M Van Vugt
Journal of environmental management 83 (1), 34-43, 2007
312007
Quantitative analysis of recyclable materials composition: tools to support decision making in kerbside recycling
PJ Shaw, JK Lyas, MD Hudson
Resources, conservation and recycling 48 (3), 263-279, 2006
312006
Supporting local diversity of habitats and species on farmland: a comparison of three wildlife-friendly schemes.
CJ Hardman, DPG Harrison, PJ Shaw, TD Nevard, SG Hughes, B., Potts, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 53, 171-180, 2016
282016
The effects of a thermal discharge on the macroinvertebrate community of a large British river: implications for climate change
TA Worthington, PJ Shaw, JR Daffern, TEL Langford
Hydrobiologia, 15 pp, 2015
252015
Provision of feedback to promote householders’ use of a kerbside recycling scheme: a social dilemma perspective
JK Lyas, PJ Shaw, M Van-Vygt
Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management 30 (1), 7-18, 2004
252004
Applicability and reliability of gel filtration to study aquatic humic substances revisited; the effects of pH on molecular size distributions
PJ Shaw, H De Haan, RI Jones
Environmental technology 15 (8), 753-764, 1994
211994
Separation of molecular size classes of aquatic humic substances using ultrafiltration and dialysis
PJ Shaw, RI Jones, H De Haan
Environmental technology 15 (8), 765-774, 1994
191994
Reuse: Fashion or future?
I Williams, P Shaw
Waste Management 60, 1-2, 2017
172017
A tale of two cities: the emergence of urban waste systems in a developed and a developing city
EM Mukhtar, ID Williams, PJ Shaw, FO Ongondo
Recycling 2016 (1), 254-270, 2016
172016
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