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Adrian McDonald Prof Adrian McDonald

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School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
a.t.mcdonald

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 33344

Publications

Papers

  • Mitchell G; McDonald A (2015) Developing resilience to England's future droughts: Time for cap and trade?, Journal of Environmental Management, 149, pp.97-107. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.10.012
  • Clarke M; McDonald A; Boden P (2013) Examining the Relationship Between Debt and Deprivation in the UK Water Industry, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 6, pp.47-68. doi: 10.1007/s12061-012-9077-0
  • Chan FKS; Adekola O; Mitchell G; Mcdonald A; Ng CN (2013) Towards sustainable flood risk management in the chinese coastal megacities. a case study of practice in the pearl river delta, Irrigation and Drainage, . doi: 10.1002/ird.1733
  • Chan FKS; Adekola OA; Ng CN; Mitchell G; McDonald AT (2013) Research article: Coastal flood-risk management practice in tai o, a town in Hong Kong, Environmental Practice, 15, pp.201-219. doi: 10.1017/S1466046613000215
  • Jiang Y; McDonald AT; Clarke M; See L (2013) Solving water resources allocation problems using heuristic-based methods, Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 12, pp.1487-1496.
  • Chan FKS; Adekola OA; Mitchell G; McDonald AT (2013) Appraising sustainable flood risk management in the Pearl River Delta's coastal megacities: A case study of Hong Kong, China, Journal of Water and Climate Change, 4, pp.390-409. doi: 10.2166/wcc.2013.018
  • Chan FKS; Mitchell G; Cheng X; Adekola O; Mcdonald A (2013) Developing a Sustainable Flood Risk Appraisal (SFRA) Framework for the Pearl River Delta, Environment and Urbanization Asia, 4, pp.301-323. doi: 10.1177/0975425313510770
  • Chapman PJ; Palmer SM; Irvine BJ; Mitchell G; McDonald AT (2012) A response to 'Changes in water colour between 1986 and 2006 in the headwaters of the River Nidd, Yorkshire, UK: A critique of methodological approaches and measurement of burning management' by Yallop et al, Biogeochemistry, 111, pp.105-109. doi: 10.1007/s10533-011-9665-0
  • Micou AP; Mitchell G; McDonald A (2012) Sustainable homes: A methodology for assessing influence on regional water demand, Water Science and Technology: Water Supply, 12, pp.140-147. doi: 10.2166/ws.2012.124
  • Clarke M; McDonald A; Boden P (2012) Examining the Relationship Between Debt and Deprivation in the UK Water Industry, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, pp.1-22. doi: 10.1007/s12061-012-9077-0
  • Heck N; Dearden P; McDonald A (2012) Insights into marine conservation efforts in temperate regions: Marine protected areas on Canada's West Coast, Ocean and Coastal Management, 57, pp.10-20. doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2011.11.008
  • Teschner N; McDonald A; Foxon TJ; Paavola J (2012) Integrated transitions toward sustainability: The case of water and energy policies in Israel, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 79, pp.457-468. doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2011.08.013
  • Heck N; Dearden P; McDonald A (2012) Stakeholder Evaluation Priorities for Demonstrating Marine Protected Area Effectiveness at the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Canada, Coastal Management, 40, pp.55-72. doi: 10.1080/08920753.2011.639866
  • Clarke M; Boden P; McDonald A (2012) DEBTOR: Debt evaluation, bench-marking and tracking - a water debt management tool to address UK water debt, Water and Environment Journal, 26, pp.292-300. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-6593.2011.00288.x
  • Iredale RS; Adams DG; McDonald AT (2012) A series of experiments aimed at clarifying the mode of action of barley straw in cyanobacterial growth control, Water Research, . doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2012.08.040
  • Iredale RS; McDonald AT; Adams DG (2012) A series of experiments aimed at clarifying the mode of action of barley straw in cyanobacterial growth control, Water Research, 46, pp.6095-6103. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2012.08.040
  • Chan FKS; Mitchell GN; McDonald AT (2012) Flood risk appraisal and management in the mega-cities: A case study of practice in the Pearl River Delta, China., Water Practice and Technology, 7, . doi: 10.2166/wpt.2012.060.
  • Chan FKS; Mitchell G; Mcdonald A (2012) Flood Risk in Asia's Urban Mega-deltas: Drivers, Impacts and Response, Environment and Urbanization Asia, 3, pp.41-61. doi: 10.1177/097542531200300103
  • Heck N; Dearden P; McDonald A; Carver S (2011) Stakeholder opinions on the assessment of MPA effectiveness and their interests to participate at Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Canada, Environmental Management, 47, pp.603-616. doi: 10.1007/s00267-010-9609-9
  • Stapleton CM; Kay D; Magill SH; Wyer MD; Davies C; Watkins J; Kay C; McDonald AT; Crowther J (2011) Quantitative microbial source apportionment as a tool in aiding the identification of microbial risk factors in shellfish harvesting waters: The Loch Etive case study, Aquaculture Research, 42, pp.1-20. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2109.2010.02666.x
  • Heck N; Dearden P; McDonald A; Carver S (2011) Developing MPA performance indicators with local stakeholders' input in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Canada, Biodiversity and Conservation, 20, pp.895-911. doi: 10.1007/s10531-011-0002-7
  • Holden J; Wallage ZE; Lane SN; McDonald AT (2011) Water table dynamics in undisturbed, drained and restored blanket peat, Journal of Hydrology, 402, pp.103-114. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.03.010
  • Sharp L; Mcdonald A; Sim P; Knamiller C; Sefton C; Wong S (2011) Positivism, post-positivism and domestic water demand: Interrelating science across the paradigmatic divide, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 36, pp.501-515. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-5661.2011.00435.x
  • Heck N; Dearden P; McDonald A (2011) Stakeholders' expectations towards a proposed marine protected area: A multi-criteria analysis of MPA performance criteria, Ocean and Coastal Management, 54, pp.687-695. doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2011.07.003
  • Armstrong A; Holden J; Kay P; Francis B; Foulger M; Gledhill S; McDonald AT; Walker A (2010) The impact of peatland drain-blocking on dissolved organic carbon loss and discolouration of water; results from a national survey, Journal of Hydrology, 381, pp.112-120. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.11.031
  • Brown LE; Mitchell G; Holden J; Folkard A; Wright N; Beharry-Borg N; Berry G; Brierley B; Chapman P; Clarke SJ; Cotton L; Dobson M; Dollar E; Fletcher M; Foster J; Hanlon A; Hildon S; Hiley P; Hillis P; Hoseason J; Johnston K; Kay P; McDonald A; Parrott (2010) Priority water research questions as determined by UK practitioners and policy makers, Science of the Total Environment, 409, pp.256-266. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2010.09.040
  • Chapman PJ; McDonald AT; Tyson R; Palmer SM; Mitchell G; Irvine B (2010) Changes in water colour between 1986 and 2006 in the headwaters of the River Nidd, Yorkshire, UK, Biogeochemistry, 101, pp.281-294. doi: 10.1007/s10533-010-9474-x
  • Armstrong A; Holden J; Kay P; Foulger M; Gledhill S; McDonald AT; Walker A (2009) Drain-blocking techniques on blanket peat: A framework for best practice., Journal of Environmental Management, 90, pp.3512-3519. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2009.06.003
  • Kay D; Mcdonald A; Stapleton C; Wyer M; Crowther J (2009) Catchment to Coast Systems - Managing Microbial Pollutants for Bathing and Shellfish Harvesting Waters, pp.183-210. doi: 10.1002/9781444307672.ch8
  • Stapleton CM; Kay D; Wyer MD; Davies C; Watkins J; Kay C; McDonald AT; Porter J; Gawler A (2009) Evaluating the operational utility of a Bacteroidales quantitative PCR-based MST approach in determining the source of faecal indicator organisms at a UK bathing water, Water Research, 43, pp.4888-4899. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2009.09.015
  • Kay P; Armstrong A; McDonald A; Parsons D; Best J; Peakall J; Walker A; Foulger M; Gledhill S; Tillotson M (2009) A pilot study of the efficacy of residuum lodges for managing sediment delivery to impoundment reservoirs, Water and Environment Journal, 23, pp.52-62. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-6593.2008.00111.x
  • Stapleton CM; Wyer MD; Crowther J; McDonald AT; Kay D; Greaves J; Wither A; Watkins J; Francis C; Bradford M; Humphrey N (2008) Quantitative catchment profiling to apportion faecal indicator organism budgets for the Ribble system, the UK’s sentinel drainage basin for Water Framework Directive research, Journal of Environmental Management, pp.1-15. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2006.11.035
  • Edward AC; Kay D; McDonald AT; Francis C; Watkins J; Wilkinson JR; Wyer MD (2008) Farmyards, an overlooked source for highly contaminated runoff, J ENVIRON MANAGE, 87, pp.551-559. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2006.06.027
  • Antony S; Bradford M; Crowther J; Edwards A; Fewtrell L; Francis CA; Hopkins M; Kay C; Kay DV; McDonald AT; Stapleton CM; Watkins J; Wilkinson J; Wyer MD (2008) Faecal indicator organism concentrations and catchment, Water Research, 42, pp.pp.2649 – 2661.
  • Holden J; Kirkby MJ; Lane SN; Milledge DG; Brookes CJ; Holden V; McDonald AT (2008) Overland flow velocity and roughness properties in peatlands, WATER RESOUR RES, 44, . doi: 10.1029/2007WR006052
  • Kay D; Crowther J; Fewtrell L; Francis CA; Hopkins M; Kay C; McDonald AT; Stapleton CM; Watkins J; Wilkinson J; Wyer MD (2008) Quantification and control of microbial pollution from agriculture: a new policy challenge?, ENVIRON SCI POLICY, 11, pp.171-184. doi: 10.1016/j.envsci.2007.10.009
  • McDonald AT; Chapman PJ; Fukasawa K (2008) The microbial status of natural waters in a protected wilderness area, Journal of Environmental Management, 87, pp.600-608. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.10.007
  • McDonald AT; McDonald ADJ; Kay D; Watkins J (2008) Characteristics and significance of liquid effluent from woodchip corrals in Scotland., J Environ Manage, 87, pp.582-590. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.04.029
  • Kay D; Aitken M; Crowther J; Dickson I; Edwards AC; Francis C; Hopkins M; Jeffrey W; Kay C; McDonald AT; McDonald D; Stapleton CM; Watkins J; Wilkinson J; Wyer MD (2007) Reducing fluxes of faecal indicator compliance parameters to bathing waters from diffuse agricultural sources: The Brighouse Bay study, Scotland, ENVIRON POLLUT, 147, pp.138-149. doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2006.08.019
  • Kay D; Crowther J; Stapleton CM; Wyer MD; Fewtrell F; Edwards A; Francis C; McDonald AT; Watkins J; Wilkinson J (2007) Faecal indicator organism concentrations in sewage and treated effluents, Water Research, .
  • Stapleton CM; Wyer MD; Kay D; Crowther J; McDonald AT; Walters M; Gawler A; Hindle T (2007) Microbial source tracking: a forensic technique for microbial source identification?, J ENVIRON MONITOR, 9, pp.427-439.
  • Parsons J; Rees P; Sim P; McDonald A (2007) MACROWater: A top-down, policy-driven model for forecasting domestic water demand, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 7, pp.1-57.
  • Agyemang I; Carver SJ; McDonald AT (2007) Application of the DPSIR framework to environmental degradation assessment in northern Ghana, Natural Resources Forum, 31, pp.212-225.
  • Kay D; Edwards AC; Ferrier RC; Francis C; Kay C; Rushby L; Watkins J; McDonald AT; Wyer M; Crowther J; Wilkinson J (2007) Catchment microbial dynamics: the emergence of a research agenda, PROG PHYS GEOG, 31, pp.59-76. doi: 10.1177/0309133307073882
  • McDonald AT; Chapman PJ; Fukasawa K (2007) The microbial status of natural waters in a pristine wilderness area, Journal of Environmental Management, .
  • Sim P; Parsons J; McDonald AT; Rees PH (2007) Applying Scenarios to UK Domestic Water Demand Forecasting, Water Policy, .
  • Wallage ZE; Holden J; McDonald AT (2006) Drain blocking: An effective treatment for reducing dissolved organic carbon loss and water discolouration in a drained peatland, The Science of the Total Environment, 367, pp.811-821. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2006.02.010
  • Kay DV; McDonald AT; Stapleton C; Wyer M; Fewtrell F (2006) Europe:a challenging new framework for water quality, None, .
  • McDonald AT (2006) Report on Water Management, None, 1, pp.121-128.
  • Sim P; McDonald A; Parsons J; Rees P (2005) The options for UK domestic water reduction: A review, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 5, .
  • Brown S; McDonald AT (2005) A review of the energy science base of the Yorkshire and Humber region, None, 15, pp.28-30.
  • Kay DV; Wyer M; Crowther J; Stapleton C; Bradford M; McDonald AT; Greaves J; Francis C; Watkins J (2005) Predicting faecal indicator fluxes using digital land use data in the UK's sentinel Water Framework Directive catchment: The Ribble study, Water Research, 39, pp.3967-3981. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2005.07.006
  • McDonald A (2005) The science of sustainable development: Local livelihoods and the global environment, GEOGRAPHY, 90, pp.191-191.
  • Kay D; McDonald AT (2005) Estimation of diffuse and point source microbial pollution in the Ribble catchment discharging to bathing waters in the north west of England. , Water Science and Technology, 51, pp.191-198.
  • Kay D; Stapleton CM; Wyer MD; McDonald AT; Crowther J (2004) Decay of intestinal enterococci concentrations in high-energy estuarine and coastal waters: towards real-time T90 values for modelling faecal indicators in recreational waters , Water Research, 39, pp.655-667. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2004.11.014
  • McDonald AT; Brown S (2004) Water in Canada: resources and issues, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 16, pp.259-282.
  • McDonald AT; Lane SN; Haycock NE; Chalk EA (2004) Rivers of dreams: on the gulf between theoretical and practical aspects of an upland river restoration, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 29, pp.257-281. doi: 10.1111/j.0020-2754.2004.00314.x
  • Alker S; McDonald A (2003) Incorporating sustainable development into redevelopment, SUSTAIN DEV, 11, pp.171-182. doi: 10.1002/sd.215
  • McDonald A (2003) Building dynamic spatial environmental models, GEOGRAPHY, 88, pp.153-153.
  • Williamson P; Mitchell G; McDonald AT (2002) Domestic water demand forecasting: A static microsimulation approach, J CHART INST WATER E, 16, pp.243-248.
  • Heal KV; Kneale PE; McDonald AT (2002) Manganese in runoff from upland catchments: temporal patterns and controls on mobilization, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 47, pp.769-780.
  • Wilson L; Chapman PJ; McDonald AT (2001) Merging nitrogen management and renewable energy needs. In Optimising Food and Energy Production and Environmental Protection, Scientific World, 1, pp.1532-2246.
  • Wilson E; Chapman PJ; McDonald A (2001) Merging nitrogen management and renewable energy needs., ScientificWorldJournal, 1 Suppl 2, pp.745-749. doi: 10.1100/tsw.2001.370
  • Foster J; McDonald AT (2000) Assessing pollution risks to water supply intakes using GIS. , Environmental Modelling & Software, 15, pp.225-234.
  • Chagger HK; Kendall A; McDonald AT; Pourkashanian M; Williams A (1998) Formation of dioxins and other semi-volatile organic compounds in biomass combustion, Applied Energy, 60, pp.101-114.
  • McDonald AT; Chesworth J (1998) Standardising methods for estimation of short rotation coppice biomass yields, Biomass and Bioenergy, .
  • McDonald AT (1998) Assessing pollution risks to water supply in the British uplands, Environmental Modelling and Software, .
  • McDonald AT; Williams J (1998) A review of biofuels as an alternative energy technology, Chemistry and Industry, 9, pp.342-345.
  • Wattage P; Mitchell G; McDonald AT; Williamson P (1998) Time series forecasts of water demand: A comparison of univariate and mulivariate Box Jenkins methodologies, Journal of Forecasting, .
  • Clarke GP; Kashti A; McDonald AT; Williamson P (1997) Estimating small area demand for water: a new methodology, Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, 11, pp.186-192.
  • McDonald AT; Williams A; Kendall A; Williams J (1997) The power of biomass, Chemistry and Industry, 9, pp.342-345.
  • Reynolds SE; Kneale PE; McDonald AT (1996) Quantifying the store of water soluble colour in upland peaty soils: the effect of forestry, Scottish Forestry, 50, pp.22-30.
  • McDonald AT (1996) Drought Crisis in Yorkshire: some reflections, Regional Review, 6, pp.7-8.
  • Howard A; Kneale PE; McDonald AT; Whitehead PG (1996) Cyanobacterial (blue-green algal) blooms in the UK: A review of the current situation and potential management options, Progress in Physical Geography, 20, pp.53-61.
  • McDonald AT; Williams A; Kendall A; Williams J (1996) Barriers to the progress of bioenergy, Energy World, 239, pp.10-13.
  • McDonald AT; Marshall A; Kay D; Kneale PE; Watkins (1996) Methodologies for the detection of Cryptosporidium parvum in environmental samples of surface waters, Water Research, .
  • Mitchell G; McDonald AT (1995) Catchment characterisation as a tool for upland water quality management, Journal of Environmental Management, 44, pp.83-95.
  • Kirkby MJ; McDonald AT; Kneale PE; Howard A (1995) Modelling the growth of cyanobacteria (GrowSCUM), Hydrological processes, 9, pp.809-820.
  • Mitchell G; May A; McDonald AT (1995) Picabue - a methodological framework for the development of indicators of sustainable development, International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 2, pp.104-123.
  • McDonald AT; Hunter C (1995) Occurrence of coliform bacteria in surface soils of two catchments in the Yorkshire Dales, Journal of Institute of Water and Environmental Managers, 5 (5), pp.534-538.
  • McDonald AT; Bevan K; Hunter C (1992) Input of faecal bacteria to an upland stream channel in the Yorkshire Dales, Water Resources Research, 28 (7), pp.1869-1876.
  • Mitchell G; McDonald AT (1992) Discolouration of water and peat following induced drought and rainfall simulation, Water Research, 26 (3), pp.321-326.
  • Mitchell G; McDonald AT (1991) The Relationship Between Different Methods of Colour Measurement in Potable Water, Transaction of the Institute of Measurement and Control, pp.306-309.
  • Clarke M; Boden P; Mcdonald A (Not yet published) DEBTOR: Debt evaluation, bench-marking and tracking - a water debt management tool to address UK water debt, Water and Environment Journal, . doi: 10.1111/j.1747-6593.2011.00288.x

Books

  • Atkinson K; McDonald AT (2001) Sustainable Management of Resources in Canada, Leeds University Press, Leeds.
  • Atkinson K; McDonald AT (1994) Environmental Issues in Canada, Centre for Canadian Studies, University of Leeds, pp.170pp.
  • McDonald AT; Mitchell G; Naden PS; Martin D (1991) Discoloured Water Investigations, pp.431p.

Book Chapters

  • McDonald AT; Mitchell GN (2013) Water demand planning and management., Water resources: An integrated approach, Routledge.
  • McDonald AT; Butler D; Ridgewell C (2011) Water demand: estimation, forecasting and management., In: Savic D; Banyard J (Ed) Water Distribution Systems, ICE Publishing.
  • Kay C; Wyer M; Stapleton C; Edwards A; Davies C; Francis C; Watkins J; Matthews R; Clarke A; Davies O; McDonald A; Kay D (2010) Environmental benefits and impacts of farm ponds and wetlands: some preliminary findings from Scotland and Wales., In: Crighton K; Audsley R (Ed) Climate, Water and Soil: Science, Policy and Practice. Proceedings of the SAC and SEPA Biennial Conference, Edinburgh, SAC, pp.111-145.
  • McDonald AT; Clarke M; Boden P; Kay D (2010) Social Justice and Water, In: Hester RE; Harrison RM (Ed) Sustainable water, Issues in Environmental Health and Technology, 31, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp.93-112. doi: 10.1039/9781849732253-00093
  • McDonald A; Fewtrell L; Kay D; McDonald A (2009) Rainwater harvesting – an HIA of rainwater harvesting in the UK., In: Fewtrell L; Kay D (Ed) Health Impact Assessment for Sustainable Water Management, IWA Publishing, pp.45-68.
  • Mitchell G; McDonald AT; Clarke M (2009) Applications of an urban diffuse pollution model to support WFD investment appraisal., In: Gallo; N M; Ferrari; H M (Ed) River Pollution Research Progress., Air, Water and Soil Pollution Science and Technology, pp.251-263.
  • McDonald AT; Rees PH; Parsons J; Sim P; Jin N; Clarke MC (2007) A reassessment of water demand in the south east of England, In: al BUE (Ed) Water Management Challenges in Global Change , Taylor and Francis. London. , pp.561-568.
  • McDonald AT (2006) Europe at an environmental crossroads, Regional surveys: Western Europe. Europa Press., Regional surveys: Western Europe. Europa Press..
  • McDonald AT (2005) Managing environmental change, In: Holden J (Ed) An introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment, Pearson, pp.585-610.
  • McDonald AT; Bellfield S; Fletcher M (2003) Water demand: a UK perspective, In: Maksimovic C; Butler D; Memon FA (Ed) Advances in Water Supply Management, A.A. Balkema Publishers, pp.683-691.
  • McDonald AT; Bellfield S (2003) Water demand: the UK perspective, In: Maksimovic; Butler C; D; Memon; A (Ed) Advances in Water Supply Management, Balkema Publishers, Lisse/Abington/Exton/Tokyo, pp.683-693.
  • McDonald AT (2001) Towards a Sustainable Management ethic in Canadian Forestry, In: Atkinson K; McDonald (Ed) Sustainable Management of Resources in Canada, Leeds University Press, Leeds, pp.47-60.
  • Foster J; McDonald AT (2001) Protecting water supply quality - decision support using geographical information systems, In: Greve ACAK (Ed) Computer Science for Environmental Protection: Environmental Information for Planning, Politics and the Public, Metropolis-Verlag, Marburg, pp.254-267.
  • McDonald AT; Foster J; Smith A; Candy HL (1999) GIS Applications in the water industry, In: Stillwell; H JC; Geertman; S; Openshaw; S (Ed) Geographical Information and Planning, Spring-Verlag, Heidelberg., Springer-Verlag, pp.224-241.
  • McDonald AT (1999) Water supply and management, In: Pacione M (Ed) Applied Geography: Principles and Practice, Routledge, London, pp.137-151.
  • Kneale PE; McDonald AT (1999) Bridging the gap between science and management in upland catchments, In: Trudgill S; Walling DE; Webb B (Ed) Water Quality: Processes and Policy, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, pp.121-133.
  • McDonald AT (1998) Integration of Environmental Impact, Contingent Valuation Methodology and Cost-benefit Analysis: Emperical evidence for an alternative perspective, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal.
  • McDonald AT; Kneale PE; Al-Resseeni I; Butler L (1998) An exploratory survey of the water supply structures on the Syrian and Egyptian pilgrim routes to Mecca and Medinah, Life on the edge: human settlement and marginality; Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology, 13, Life on the edge: human settlement and marginality; Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology, pp.127-138.
  • McDonald AT; Atkinson K (1998) Environmental issues and policies in the USA and Canada, In: Wynn-Jones G (Ed) The USA and Canada, Europa Press, London, pp.25-30.
  • McDonald AT (1998) Pragmatic Catchment Management, Management of Upland Environments, Management of Upland Environments.
  • McDonald AT (1998) Forest Policy and Practice in Canada, In: Atkinson K; McDonald AT (Ed) Sustainable Management of Resources in Canada, Sustainable Management of Resources in Canada.
  • Heal KV; Kneale PE; McDonald AT (1997) A hydrochemical basis for managing manganese in water supplies from upland basins., Freshwater Contamination, IAHS Publication no 243, Freshwater Contamination, IAHS Publication no 243, pp.367-374.
  • Foster JA; McDonald AT; Macgill SM; Mitchell I (1997) GIS-based risk assessment of water supply intakes in the British uplands, In: Denzler; R; Swayn; A D; Schimak; G (Ed) Environmental Software Systems, 2, Chapman and Hall, pp.252-258.
  • McDonald AT; Clarke GP; Williamson P (1996) Estimating small area water demands: a simulation policy tool., In: Clarke GP (Ed) Microsimulation for urban and regional policy analysis., Pion, London, pp.117-148.
  • Atkinson K; McDonald AT (1994) Environmental policies in the USA and Canada, The USA and Canada 1994, The USA and Canada 1994, pp.375-380.
  • McDonald AT; Clarke MC; Bramley E (1994) Spatial tools for river and potable water quality evaluation, Computer Support for Environmental Impact Assessment, Computer Support for Environmental Impact Assessment, pp.115-124.
  • Wilson AG; Clarke MC; Chesworth J; Harmer J; McDonald AT; Sui YL (1993) Intelligent interactive and analysis based GIS., In: Mather PM (Ed) Geographical Information Modelling - Research and Applications., J. Wiley, London, pp.325-337.

Reports

Other Publications

  • McDonald AT (2004) Environment at the Crossroads, .
  • McDonald AT (2003) Environmental futures for North America, .
  • McDonald AT (2003) El Niño - a Latin American Phenomenon? , .
  • McDonald AT (2002) Environment at the crossroads, .
  • McDonald AT (2001) The environment in Latin America, .
  • McDonald AT; Williams A (1996) A review of Biomass and Biomass mixed with coal in heat and power generation., .
  • McDonald AT (1996) The detection of phenol in upland water supply catchments using ultra-violet absorption spectrophotometry., .
  • McDonald AT; Kneale PE (1995) Water soluble colour in upland peat soils: the effect of forestry on colour store, 95/17, pp.23pp.
  • McDonald AT; Kneale PE; Howard A; Whitehead PG (1995) Cyanobacterial (blue-green algal) blooms in the UK: A review of the current situation and potential management options., No.27, .
  • McDonald AT; Kneale PE (1995) Catchment Studies for a Parasitic Pollutant: Experiences with Cryptosporidium spp, pp.72-80.
  • Kirkby MJ; McDonald AT; Kneale PE; Howard A (1994) A computer simulation of cyanobacterial growth, No 18, .
  • Kirkby MJ; McDonald AT; Kneale PE; Howard A (1994) Problems, Biology and Modelling of cyanobacterial Blooms, 94/2, .