Laurence Gill
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Relative exposure to fine particulate matter and VOCs between transport microenvironments in Dublin: Personal exposure and uptake
A McNabola, BM Broderick, LW Gill
Atmospheric Environment 42 (26), 6496-6512, 2008
Nutrient loading on subsoils from on-site wastewater effluent, comparing septic tank and secondary treatment systems
LW Gill, N O'luanaigh, PM Johnston, BDR Misstear, C O'suilleabhain
Water Research 43 (10), 2739-2749, 2009
A novel TiO2-assisted solar photocatalytic batch-process disinfection reactor for the treatment of biological and chemical contaminants in domestic drinking water in developing …
EF Duffy, F Al Touati, SC Kehoe, OA McLoughlin, LW Gill, W Gernjak, ...
Solar Energy 77 (5), 649-655, 2004
Passive methods for improving air quality in the built environment: a review of porous and solid barriers
J Gallagher, R Baldauf, CH Fuller, P Kumar, LW Gill, A McNabola
Atmospheric Environment 120, 61-70, 2015
Photocatalytic disinfection of water using low cost compound parabolic collectors
OA McLoughlin, PF Ibáñez, W Gernjak, SM Rodrıguez, LW Gill
Solar Energy 77 (5), 625-633, 2004
Solar disinfection of contaminated water: a comparison of three small-scale reactors
OA McLoughlin, SC Kehoe, KG McGuigan, EF Duffy, F Al Touati, ...
Solar energy 77 (5), 657-664, 2004
The 3rd international conference on sustainable energy and environmental protection SEEP 2009-Guest Editor's Introduction
AG Olabi
Energy 35 (12), 4508-4509, 2010
Indoor/outdoor air pollution relationships in ten commercial buildings: PM2. 5 and NO2
A Challoner, L Gill
Building and Environment 80, 159-173, 2014
The control of environmental tobacco smoke: a policy review
A McNabola, LW Gill
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 6 (2), 741-758, 2009
Exposure to hydrocarbon concentrations while commuting or exercising in Dublin
RT O'Donoghue, LW Gill, RJ McKevitt, B Broderick
Environment international 33 (1), 1-8, 2007
Development of a microbial contamination susceptibility model for private domestic groundwater sources
PD Hynds, BD Misstear, LW Gill
Water Resources Research 48 (12), 2012
Accumulation of heavy metals in a constructed wetland treating road runoff
LW Gill, P Ring, NMP Higgins, PM Johnston
Ecological engineering 70, 133-139, 2014
Sources of nitrogen and phosphorus emissions to Irish rivers and coastal waters: Estimates from a nutrient load apportionment framework
EM Mockler, J Deakin, M Archbold, L Gill, D Daly, M Bruen
Science of The Total Environment 601, 326-339, 2017
A numerical investigation of the impact of low boundary walls on pedestrian exposure to air pollutants in urban street canyons
A McNabola, BM Broderick, LW Gill
Science of the total environment 407 (2), 760-769, 2009
The treatment performance of different subsoils in Ireland receiving on‐site wastewater effluent
LW Gill, C O'Súlleabháin, BDR Misstear, PJ Johnston
Journal of Environmental Quality 36 (6), 1843-1855, 2007
An analysis of usage of different types of visualisation media within a collaborative planning workshop environment
L Gill, E Lange, E Morgan, D Romano
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40 (4), 742-754, 2013
Nutrient removal from on-site domestic wastewater in horizontal subsurface flow reed beds in Ireland
ND O’luanaigh, R Goodhue, LW Gill
Ecological Engineering 36 (10), 1266-1276, 2010
Long term heavy metal removal by a constructed wetland treating rainfall runoff from a motorway
LW Gill, P Ring, B Casey, NMP Higgins, PM Johnston
Science of the Total Environment 601, 32-44, 2017
Optimizing the use of on-street car parking system as a passive control of air pollution exposure in street canyons by large eddy simulation
J Gallagher, LW Gill, A McNabola
Atmospheric environment 45 (9), 1684-1694, 2011
Groundwater source contamination mechanisms: physicochemical profile clustering, risk factor analysis and multivariate modelling
P Hynds, BD Misstear, LW Gill, HM Murphy
Journal of contaminant hydrology 159, 47-56, 2014
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