76. Metcalf R, White HL, Moresco V, Ormsby MJ, Oliver DM & Quilliam RS. (2022). Sewage-associated plastic waste washed up on beaches can act as a reservoir for faecal bacteria, potential human pathogens, and genes for antimicrobial resistance. Marine Pollution Bulletin, (accepted)

75. McDougall CW, Foley R, Hanley N, Quilliam RS & Oliver DM (2022). Freshwater wild swimming, health and well-being: understanding the importance of place and risk. Sustainability, (in press).

74. McDougall CW, Hanley N, Quilliam RS & Oliver DM (2022). Blue space exposure, health and well-being: does freshwater type matter? Landscape & Urban Planning, 224, 104446. Available here

73. Stosch KC, Quilliam RS, Bunnefeld N & Oliver, DM (2022). Catchment-scale participatory mapping identifies stakeholder perceptions of land and water management conflicts. Land, 11, 300. Available here

72. Fletcher J, Willby N, Oliver DM & Quilliam RS (2022). Resource recovery and freshwater ecosystem restoration – prospecting for phytoremediation potential in wild macrophyte stands. Resources, Environment and Sustainability, 7, 100050. Available here

71. Metcalf R, Oliver DM, Moresco V & Quilliam RS (2022). Quantifying the importance of plastic pollution for the dissemination of human pathogens: the challenges of choosing an appropriate ‘control’ material. Science of the Total Environment, 810, 152292. Available here

70. Xu G, Xiao J, Oliver DM, Yang Z, Xiong K, Zhao Z, Zheng L, Fan H & Zhang F (2021). Spatio-temporal characteristics and determinants of anthropogenic nitrogen and phosphorus inputs in an ecologically fragile karst basin: Environmental responses and management strategies. Ecological Indicators, 133, 108453. Available here

69. Moresco V, Oliver DM, Weidmann M, Matallana-Surget S & Quilliam RS (2021). Survival of human enteric and respiratory viruses on plastics in soil, freshwater, and marine environments. Environmental Research, 199, 111367.

68. Tiwari A, Oliver DM, Bivins A, Sherchan SP & Pitkänen T (2021). Bathing water quality monitoring practices in Europe and the United States, International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health, 18, 5513. Available here

67. McDougall CW, Hanley N, Quilliam RS, Bartie PJ, Robertson T, Griffiths M & Oliver DM (2021). Neighbourhood blue space and mental health: a nationwide ecological study of antidepressant medication prescribed to older adults, Landscape & Urban Planning, 214, 104132. Available here

66. Roxburgh H, Magombo C, Kaliwo T, Tilley EA, Hampshire K, Oliver DM & Quilliam RS (2021). Blood flows: mapping journeys of menstrual waste in Blantyre, Malawi, Cities & Health. Available here

65. Afolabi EO, Quilliam RS & Oliver DM (2020). Impact of freeze-thaw cycles on die-off of E. coli and intestinal enterococci in deer and dairy faeces: implications for landscape contamination of watercourses, International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health, 17, 6999. Available here

64. Yue F-J, Li S-L, Waldron S, Wang Z-J, Oliver DM, Chen X & Liu C-Q (2020). Rainfall and conduit discharge combine to accelerate nitrate loss from a karst agroecosystem: insights from stable isotope tracing and high-frequency nitrate sensing, Water Research, 186, 116388. Available here

63. Buckerfield SJ, Quilliam RS, Bussiere L, Waldron S, Naylor LA, Li S-L & Oliver DM (2020). Chronic urban hotspots and agricultural drainage drive microbial pollution of karst water resources in rural developing regions, Science of the Total Environment, 744, 140898. Available here

62. Roxburgh H, Hampshire K, Tilley EA, Oliver DM & Quilliam RS (2020). Being shown samples of composted, granulated faecal sludge strongly influences acceptability of its use in peri-urban subsistence agriculture, Resources, Conservation & Recycling: X, 7, 100041. Available here

61. McDougall CW, Quilliam RS, Hanley N & Oliver DM (2020). Freshwater blue space and population health: an emerging research agenda, Science of the Total Environment, 737, 140196.

60. McDougall CW, Brown C, Thomson C, Hanley N, Tulley MA, Quilliam RS, Bartie PJ, Gibson L & Oliver DM (2020). From one pandemic to another: emerging lessons from COVID-19 for tackling physical inactivity in cities, Cities & Health, 10.1080/23748834.2020.1785165

59. Roxburgh H, Hampshire K, Kaliwo T, Tilley EA, Oliver DM, Quilliam RS (2020) Power, danger, and secrecy – a socio-cultural examination of menstrual waste management in urban Malawi, PLOS ONE, 15, e0235339. Available here

58. Quilliam RS, Weidmann M, Moresco V, Purshouse H, O’Hara Z & Oliver DM (2020). COVID-19: The environmental implications of shedding SARS-CoV-2 in human faeces, Environment International, 140, 105790. Available here

57. Zhang Z, Chen X, Cheng Q, Li S-L, Yue F, Peng T, Waldron S, Oliver DM & Soulsby C (2020). Coupled hydrological and biogeochemical modelling of nitrogen transport in the karst critical zone, Science of the Total Environment, 732, 138902.

56. Swinscoe I, Oliver DM, Ørnsrud R, & Quilliam RS (2020). Microbial safety of seaweed as feed for black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) larvae, Food Microbiology, 91, 103535.

55. McDougall CW, Hanley N, Quilliam RS, Needham K & Oliver DM (2020). Valuing inland blue space: a contingent valuation study of two large freshwater lakes, Science of the Total Environment, 715, 136921.

54. Oliver DM,  Zheng Y, Naylor L, Murtagh M, Waldron S & Peng T (2020). How does smallholder farming practice and environmental awareness vary across village communities in the karst terrain of southwest China? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 288, 106715. Available here

53. Gao Q, Wang S, Peng T, Peng H & Oliver DM (2020). Evaluating the structure characteristics of epikarst at a typical peak cluster depression in Guizhou plateau area using ground penetrating radar attributes, Geomorphology, 364, 107015.

52. Fletcher J, Willby NJ, Oliver DM & Quilliam RS (2020). “Phytoremediation using Aquatic Plants” in Shmaefsky, BR (Ed), Phytoremediation – In-Situ Applications (Advanced Concepts & Strategies in Plant Sciences), Springer Nature. ISBN978-3-030-00099-8 (In press).

51. Buckerfield SJ, Quilliam RS, Waldron S, Naylor L, Li S-L & Oliver DM (2019). Rainfall-driven E. coli transfer to the stream-conduit network observed through increasing spatial scales in mixed land-use paddy farming karst terrain, Water Research X, 5, 100038. Available here

50. Yue F-J, Waldron S, Li S-L, Wang Z-J, Zeng J, Xu S, Zhang Z-C & Oliver DM (2019). Land use interacts with changes in catchment hydrology to generate chronic nitrate pollution in karst waters and strong seasonality in excess nitrate export, Science of the Total Environment, 696, 134062. Available here

49. Porter KDH, Quilliam RS, Reaney SM & Oliver DM (2019). High resolution characterisation of E. coli proliferation profiles in livestock faeces, Waste Management, 87, 537-545. Available here

48. Rodrigues A, Oliver DM, McCarron A & Quilliam RS (2019). Colonisation of plastic pellets (nurdles) by E. coli at public bathing beaches, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 139, 376-380.

47. Quilliam RS, Taylor J & Oliver DM (2019). The disparity between regulatory measurements of E. coli in public bathing waters and the public expectation of bathing water quality, Journal of Environmental Management, 232, 868-874.

46. Zheng Y, Naylor LA, Waldron S & Oliver DM (2019). Knowledge management across the environment-policy interface in China: what knowledge is exchanged, why, and how is this undertaken? Environmental Science & Policy, 92, 66-75. Available here

45. Stosch KC, Quilliam RS, Bunnefeld N & Oliver DM (2019). Quantifying stakeholder understanding of an ecosystem service trade-off, Science of the Total Environment, 651, 2524-2534.

44. Buckerfield SJ, Waldron S, Quilliam RS, Naylor L, Li S & Oliver DM (2019). How can we improve understanding of faecal indicator dynamics in karst systems under changing climatic, population and land use stressors? – research opportunities in SW China, Science of the Total Environment, 646, 438-447. Available here

43. Swinscoe I, Oliver DM, Gilburn AS, Lunestan B, Lock E, Ørnsrud R & Quilliam RS (2019). Seaweed-fed black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) larvae as feed for salmon aquaculture – assessing the risks of pathogen transfer, Journal of Insects as Food & Feed, 5, 15-27.

42. Swinscoe I, Oliver DM, Gilburn AS & Quilliam RS (2018). The kelp fly (Coelopidae) can facilitate environmental survival and transmission of E. coli O157 at sandy beaches, Journal of Environmental Management, 223, 275-285.

41. Oliver DM, Bartie PJ, Heathwaite AL, Reaney SM, Parnell JAQ & Quilliam RS (2018). A catchment-scale model to predict spatial and temporal burden of E. coli on pasture from grazing livestock, Science of the Total Environment, 616-617, 678-687. Available here

40. Stosch KC, Quilliam RS, Bunnefeld N & Oliver DM (2017). Managing multiple catchment demands for sustainable water use and ecosystem service provision, WATER, 9, 677. Available here

39. Porter KDH, Reaney SM, Quilliam RS, Burgess C & Oliver DM (2017). Predicting diffuse microbial pollution risk across catchments: the performance of SCIMAP and recommendations for future development, Science of the Total Environment, 609, 456-465. Available here

38. Oliver DM, Bartie PJ, Heathwaite AL, Pschetz L & Quilliam RS (2017). Design of a decision support tool for visualising E. coli risks on agricultural land using a stakeholder-driven approach, Land Use Policy, 66, 227-234. Available here

37. Oliver DM & Page T (2016). Effects of seasonal meteorological variables on E. coli persistence in livestock faeces and implications for environmental and human health, Scientific Reports, 6, 37101. Available here

36. Hodgson CJ, Oliver DM, Fish RD, Bulmer NM, Heathwaite AL, Winter M & Chadwick DR (2016). Seasonal persistence of faecal indicator organisms in soil following dairy slurry application to land by surface broadcasting and shallow injection, Journal of Environmental Management, 183, 325-332. Available here

35. Oliver DM, Bird C, Burd E & Wyman M (2016). Quantitative PCR profiling of E. coli in livestock faeces reveals increased population resilience relative to culturable counts under temperature extremes, Environmental Science & Technology, 50, 9497-9505. Available here

34. Chapman DV, Bradley C, Gettel GM, Hatvani IG, Hein T, Kovács J, Liska I, Oliver DM, Tanos P, Trásy B & Várbíró G (2016). Developments in water quality monitoring and management in large river catchments using the Danube River as an example, Environmental Science & Policy, 64, 141-154.

33. Cho KH, Pachepsky YA, Oliver DM, Muirhead RW, Park Y, Quilliam RS & Shelton D (2016). Modeling fate and transport of fecally-derived microorganisms at the watershed scale: state of the science and future opportunities, Water Research, 100, 38-56. Available here

32. Keswani A, Oliver DM, Gutierrez T & Quilliam RS (2016). Microbial hitchhikers on marine plastic debris: human exposure risks at bathing waters and beach environments, Marine Environmental Research, 118, 10-19.

31. Oliver DM, Porter KDH, Pachepsky YA, Muirhead RW, Reaney SM, Coffey R, Kay D, Milledge DG, Hong E, Anthony SG, Page T, Bloodworth JW, Mellander P-E,  Carbonneau PE, McGrane SJ & Quilliam RS (2016). Predicting microbial water quality with models: over-arching questions for managing risk in agricultural catchments, Science of the Total Environment, 544, 39-47. Available here

30. Oliver DM, Hanley ND, van Niekerk M, Kay D, Heathwaite AL, Rabinovici SJM, Kinzelman JL, Fleming LE, Porter J, Shaikh S, Fish R, Chilton S, Hewitt J, Connolly E, Cummins A, Glenk K, McPhail C, McRory E, McVittie A, Giles A, Roberts S, Simpson K, Tinch D, Thairs T, Avery LM, Vinten AJA, Watts B & Quilliam RS (2016). Molecular tools for bathing water assessment in Europe: balancing social science research with a rapidly developing environmental science evidence-base, AMBIO, 45, 52-62. Available here

29. Quilliam RS, Kinzelman J, Brunner J & Oliver DM (2015). Resolving conflicts in public health protection and ecosystem service provision at designated bathing waters, Journal of Environmental Management, 161, 237-242.

28. Oliver DM, Porter KDH, Heathwaite AL, Zhang T & Quilliam RS (2015). Impact of low intensity summer rainfall on E. coli-discharge event dynamics with reference to sample acquisition and storage, Environmental Monitoring & Assessment, 187, 426.

27. Quilliam RS, van Niekerk MA, Chadwick DR, Cross P, Hanley N, Jones DL, Vinten AJA, Willby N & Oliver DM (2015). Can macrophyte harvesting from eutrophic water close the loop on nutrient loss from agricultural land? Journal of Environmental Management, 152, 210-217. Available here

26. Quilliam RS, Jamieson J & Oliver DM (2014). Seaweeds and plastic debris can influence the survival of faecal indicator organisms in beach environments, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 84, 201-207.

25. Oliver DM (2014). Seasonal and within-herd variability of E. coli concentrations in fresh dairy faeces, Letters in Applied Microbiology, 59, 86-92.

24. Oliver DM, van Niekerk M, Kay D, Heathwaite AL, Porter J, Fleming LE, Kinzelman JL, Connolly E, Cummins A, McPhail C, Rahman A, Thairs T, de Roda Husman AM, Hanley N, Dunhill I, Globevnik L, Harwood VJ, Hodgson CJ, Lees DN, Nichols G, Nocker A, Schets C & Quilliam RS (2014). Opportunities and limitations of molecular methods for quantifying microbial compliance parameters in EU bathing waters, Environment International, 64, 124-128.

23. Fish R, Winter M, Oliver DM, Chadwick DR, Hodgson CJ & Heathwaite AL (2014). Employing the citizens’ jury technique to elicit reasoned public judgments about environmental risk: Insights  from an inquiry into the governance of microbial water pollution, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 57, 233-253.

22. Zhang T, Page T, Heathwaite AL, Beven K, Oliver DM & Haygarth PM (2013). Estimating phosphorus delivery with its mitigation measures from soil to stream using fuzzy rules, Soil Use & Management, 29, 187-198.

21. Oliver DM & Young G. (2012). Evaluating a rapid method to determine faecal burden on pasture from grazing cattle, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 223, 6051-6058.

20. Oliver DM, Fish R, Winter M, Hodgson CJ, Heathwaite AL & Chadwick DR (2012). Valuing local knowledge as a source of expert data: Farmer engagement and the design of decision support systems, Environmental Modelling and Software, 36, 76-85.

19. Oliver DM, Page T, Zhang T, Heathwaite AL, Beven K, Carter H, McShane G, O’ Keenan P & Haygarth PM (2012). Determining E. coli burden on pasture in a headwater catchment: Combined field and modelling approach, Environment International, 43, 6-12.

18. Austin Z, Alcock RE, Christley RM, Haygarth PM, Heathwaite AL, Latham SM, Mort M, Oliver DM, Pickup R, Wastling JM & Wynne B (2012). Policy, practice and decision making for zoonotic disease management: Water and Cryptosporidium, Environment International, 40, 70-78.

17. Oliver DM and Heathwaite AL (2012). Invisible threats: Movement of pathogens and nutrients through and across agricultural soils, Environmental Toxicology: Selected Entries from the Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. Laws, E. A. (ed.). New York: Springer, 7667-7693.

16. Fish R, Austin Z, Christley R, Haygarth PM, Heathwaite AL, Latham S, Medd W, Mort M, Oliver DM, Pickup R, Wastling JM & Wynne B (2011). Uncertainties in the governance of animal disease: an interdisciplinary framework for analysis, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences, 366, 2023-2034.

15. Winter M, Oliver DM, Fish RD, Heathwaite AL, Chadwick DR & Hodgson CJ (2011). Catchments, sub- catchments and private spaces: Scale and process in managing microbial pollution from source to sea, Environmental Science & Policy, 14, 315-326.

14. Bridge J, Oliver DM, Chadwick DR, Godfray HCJ, Heathwaite AL, Kay D, Maheswaran R, McGonigle DF, Nichols G, Pickup R, Porter J, Wastling JM & Banwart SA (2010). Engaging with the water sector for public health benefits: waterborne pathogens and diseases in developed countries, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 88, 873-875.

13. Oliver DM, Heathwaite AL & Haygarth PM (2010). A ‘culture’ change in catchment microbiology? Hydrological Processes, 24, 2973-2976.

12. Oliver DM, Page T, Hodgson CJ, Heathwaite AL, Chadwick DR, Fish RD & Winter M (2010). Development and testing of a risk indexing framework to determine field-scale critical source areas of faecal bacteria on grassland, Environmental Modelling & Software, 25, 503-512.

11. Oliver DM, Page T, Heathwaite AL & Haygarth PM (2010). Re- shaping models of E. coli population dynamics in livestock faeces: Increased bacterial risk to humans? Environment International, 36, 1-7.

10. Oliver DM, Heathwaite AL, Fish R, Chadwick DR, Hodgson CJ, Winter M & Butler AJ (2009). Scale appropriate modelling of diffuse microbial pollution from agriculture, Progress in Physical Geography, 33, 358-377.

9. Hodgson CJ, Bulmer N, Chadwick DR, Oliver DM, Heathwaite AL, Fish RD & Winter M (2009). Establishing relative release kinetics of faecal indicator organisms from different faecal matrices, Letters in Applied Microbiology, 49, 124-130. Available here

8. Fish RD, Winter M, Oliver DM, Chadwick DR, Selfa T, Heathwaite AL & Hodgson CJ (2009). Unruly pathogens: eliciting values for environmental risk in the context of heterogeneous expert knowledge, Environmental Science & Policy, 12, 281-296.

7. Oliver DM, Fish, RD, Hodgson CJ, Heathwaite AL, Chadwick DR & Winter M (2009). A cross-disciplinary toolkit to assess the risk of faecal indicator loss from grassland farm systems to surface waters, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 129, 401-412.

6. Chadwick D, Fish R, Oliver DM, Heathwaite AL, Hodgson C & Winter M (2008). Management of livestock and their manure to reduce the risk of microbial transfers to water – the case for an interdisciplinary approach, Trends in Food Science & Technology, 19, 240-247.

5. Oliver DM, Heathwaite, AL, Hodgson, CJ & Chadwick DR (2007). Mitigation and current management attempts to limit pathogen survival and movement within farmed grassland, Advances in Agronomy, 93, 95-152.

4. Oliver DM, Clegg CD, Heathwaite, AL & Haygarth, PM (2007). Preferential attachment of Escherichia coli to different particle size fractions of an agricultural grassland soil, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution, 185, 369-375.

3. Oliver DM, Haygarth PM, Clegg, CD & Heathwaite, AL (2006). Differential E. coli die-off patterns associated with agricultural matrices, Environmental Science & Technology, 40, 5710-5716.

2. Oliver DM, Heathwaite, AL, Haygarth, PM & Clegg, CD (2005). Transfer of Escherichia coli to water from drained and undrained grassland after grazing, Journal of Environmental Quality, 34, 918-925.

1. Oliver DM, Clegg CD, Haygarth PM & Heathwaite AL (2005). Assessing the potential for pathogen transfer from grassland soils to surface waters, Advances in Agronomy, 85, 125-180.

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