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Sinnett, D., Hutchings, T.R. and Hodson, M.E. (2010) Food-chain transfer of Zn from contaminated Urtica dioica and Acer pseudoplatanus to the aphids Microlophium carnosum and Drepanosiphum platanoidis Schrank. Environmental Pollution 158 (1) pp 267-271.
Peachey, C.J., Sinnett, D., Wilkinson, M., Morgan, G.W., Freer-Smith, P., and Hutchings, T.R. (2009) Deposition and solubility of airborne metals to four plant species grown at varying distances from two heavily trafficked roads in London. Environmental Pollution 157(8-9) pp 2291-2299.
Sinnett, D., Hodson, M. E. and Hutchings, T. R. Food-chain transfer of cadmium and zinc from contaminated Urtica dioica to Helix aspersa and Lumbricus terrestris. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28 (8) pp 1756-1766.
Sinnett, D. and Hutchings, T. (2009) Ecological Impacts Assessment of Pollutants in the Urban Environment (PUrE EIA) Level 1 Development.
Sinnett, D., De Munck, C. and Brunt, A. (2009) Ecological Impacts Assessment of Pollutants in the Urban Environment (PUrE EIA) Level 2/3 Development.
Peachey, C., Sinnett, D., Wilkinson, M. and Freer-Smith, P. (2009) Demonstration of the PUrE Framework using mixtures of pollutants – Ecological Impacts Assessment
Peachey, C., Sinnett, D., Wilkinson, M., Hutchings, T.R. and Freer-Smith, P. 2008. Demonstration of the PUrE Framework using mixtures of pollutants – Ecological Impacts Assessment. Final Report.
Sinnett, D., Hutchings, T.R., Hodson, M.E. Application of Ecological Risk Assessment to community greenspace. Poster presented at the University of Reading School of Environmental and Human Sciences post graduate research conference, 3-4th May 2007.
Vardoulakis S., Cleall P.J., Sinnett D., Chen Q., Tiwary A., Li Y-C., De Munck C.S., Chalabi Z., Sharifi V., Gummeneni S., Hutchings T.R., Fletcher T., Leonardi G.I., Azapagic A., 2009. Assessment of health and ecological impact of policy on a legacy contamination case study. 21st ISEE Conference on Food, Environment and Global Health, 25th – 29th August 2009, University College Dublin, Ireland.
Cleall P.J., Jones M.J., Thomas H.R., Kapelan Z., Dorini G., Hutchings T., Sinnett D., Swithenbank J., Sharifi V., Fletcher T., Chalabi Z., Vardoulakis S., Tiwary A., Azapagic A., 2009. Development of a software based decision support platform for assessing the impacts of urban pollutants. 21st ISEE Conference on Food, Environment and Global Health, 25th – 29th August 2009, University College Dublin, Ireland.
Pettit C., Azapagic A., Tiwary A., Sinnett D., Hutchings T., Peachey C., DeMunck C., Chung W., Sharifi V., Swithenbank J., Chalabi Z., Fletcher T., Vardoulakis S., Grundy C., Leonardi G., Thomas H., Cleall P., Jones M., and Jefferis, S. More Sustainable Management of Pollution: Integrated Approach, Models and Tools. Paper presented at the SUE-MoT International Conference on Whole Life Urban Sustainability and its Assessment, 27 to 29 June 2007, Glasgow.
Sinnett, D. and Hutchings, T.R. 2007. Vegetation, pollution and human health case studies. Presented at the Sibthorpe Trust, Ecosystems and Health workshop, 4-5th July 2007, Liverpool.
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