James Fidal

James Fidal

PhD

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5 Research Items
27 Citations
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October 2018 - May 2020
University of Bath
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (5)
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The study evaluated the presence and fate of various contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) from a South African wastewater treatment works (WWTW) and surface waters located around an urban setting. A total of 45 CECs were quantified from nine sampling locations over an 11-month period. Daily loads (g/day) of the target analytes in the WWTW showed...
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Antimicrobial agent (AA) usage, excretion, and persistence are all important factors in association with the occurrence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance. Urban water profiling was utilised in the Eerste River catchment (South Africa) to establish AA usage in a region where comprehensive prescription records were not readily available a...
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An important challenge in hydrology is the quantification of the effect of urbanisation on rainfall-runoff processes. Many existing hydrological models assume a constant percentage runoff from urban areas disconnected from soil moisture which is contrary to evidence from observational studie m of this study is to explore if linking soil moisture an...
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Assessing rainfall-runoff model performance and selecting the model best suited are important considerations in operational hydrology. However, model choice often is heuristic and based on a simplistic comparison of a single performance criterion without considering the statistical significance of differences in performance. This potentially is pro...

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To determine the effects of urbanisation on generalised rainfall runoff modelling. Determine if changes in urbanisation is detectable at a daily time step in generalised rainfall runoff modelling.