Natural Inorganic Chemistry in Relation to Groundwater , Clarendon Oxford, 1985, with J W Lloyd
An introduction to the use of groundwater chemistry in understanding water resources, from the background to the things that are measured, to their significance in deducing the origins of water and thus sustainability. The book is aimed at engineers and hydrogeologists. The School of Earth Sciences at Birmingham led major developments in the understanding of major British and overseas aquifers in the 1970s and 80s using the ideas presented in this book.
Urban Rivers - Our Inheritance and Future, IWA Publishing , 2002, with G Petts and D Martin
Urban Rivers provides an illustrated overview of the effects of urbanisation on the aquatic environment, potential solutions to the resulting problems, and new opportunities for the regeneration of urban streams and rivers, and of land along their corridors and of adjacent urban areas. The book is written to be accessible to a broad audience and should provide a stimulating and informative introduction to the subject for all those concerned with the urban river environment.