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From existing in situ, high-resolution measurement technologies to lab-on-a-chip – the future of water quality monitoring?

Greenway, G. M.; Wade, A. J.; Palmer-Felgate, E. J.; Bell, Ian; Halliday, S. J.; Skeffington, R. A.; Loewenthal, M.; Jarvie, H. P.; Bowes, M. J.; Greenway, G. M.; Haswell, S. J.; Bell, I. M.; Joly, E.; Fallatah, A.; Neal, C.; Williams, R. J.; Gozzard, E.; Newman, J. R.

Authors

G. M. Greenway

A. J. Wade

E. J. Palmer-Felgate

Ian Bell I.M.Bell@hull.ac.uk

S. J. Halliday

R. A. Skeffington

M. Loewenthal

H. P. Jarvie

M. J. Bowes

S. J. Haswell

I. M. Bell

E. Joly

A. Fallatah

C. Neal

R. J. Williams

E. Gozzard

J. R. Newman

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Nov 22, 2012
Print ISSN 1812-2116
Publisher European Geosciences Union
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 9
Issue 5
Pages 6457-6506
Institution Citation Wade, A. J., Palmer-Felgate, E. J., Halliday, S. J., Skeffington, R. A., Loewenthal, M., Jarvie, H. P., …Newman, J. R. (2012). From existing in situ, high-resolution measurement technologies to lab-on-a-chip – the future of water quality monitoring?. Hydrology and earth system sciences discussions, 9(5), 6457-6506. doi:10.5194/hessd-9-6457-2012
DOI https://doi.org/10.5194/hessd-9-6457-2012
Keywords Earth-Surface Processes; Earth and Planetary Sciences (miscellaneous)

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