Alphabetical listing of technical papers cited in the text of the CD.

Abrahams, P.W. and Thornton, I.  1987.  Distribution and extent of land contaminated by arsenic and associated metals in mining regions of southwest England.  Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, 96, 1-8.

Agricola, G.  1556.  De Re Metallica.  Translated by Hoover, C.H. and Hoover, L.H., 1950.  Dover Publications, New York.

Aston, S.R., Thornton, I., Webb, J.S., Milford, B.L. and Purves, J.B.  1975.  Arsenic in stream sediments and waters of south west England.  The Science of the Total Environment, 4, 347-358.

Austen, M.C. and Somerfield, P.J.  1997.  A community level sediment bioassay applied to an estuarine heavy metal gradient.  Marine Environmental Research, 43, 315-328.

Banks, D., Younger, P.L., Arnesen, R.T., Iversen, E.R. and Banks, S.B.  1997.  Mine-water chemistry: the good, the bad and the ugly.  Environmental Geology, 32, 157-174.

Barton, R.M.  1966.  A history of the Cornish China Clay industry.  D. Bradford Barton Ltd, Truro.

Beer, A.J.  1992.  Experimental investigation of the formation of copper-bearing ore fluids by sediment diagenesis.  Unpublished PhD thesis, Council for National Academic Awards, Camborne School of Mines.

Bird, E.  2000.  Coastal geomorphology – an introduction.  John Wiley and Sons Ltd, Chichester.

Bristow, C.M.  1998.  Chapter 10 – China clayIn:  Selwood, E.B., Durrance, E.M. and Bristow, C.M.  (eds) The Geology of Cornwall.  Exeter University Press, Exeter, 211-225.

Bryan, G.W. and Gibbs, P.E.  1983.  Heavy metals in the Fal Estuary, Cornwall.  A study of long term contamination by mining waste and its effects on estuarine organisms.  Marine Biological Association of Great Britain, Occasional Publication, 2.

Bryan, G.W. and Langston, W.J.  1992.  Bioavailability, accumulation and effects of heavy metals in sediments with special reference to United Kingdom estuaries – a review.  Environmental Pollution, 76, 89-131.

Bryan, G.W., Langston, W.J. and Hummerstone, L.G.  1980.  The use of biological indicators of heavy-metal contamination in estuaries.  Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Occasional Publication, 1.

Bryan, G.W., Gibbs, P.E., Hummerstone, L.G. and Burt, G.R.  1987.  Copper, zinc, and organotin as long-term factors governing the distribution of organisms in the Fal Estuary in southwest England.  Estuaries, 10, 208-219.

Burt, R.  1998.  Chapter 14 – History of metalliferous mining.  In:  Selwood, E.B., Durrance, E.M. and Bristow, C.M.  (eds) The Geology of Cornwall.  Exeter University Press, Exeter, 211-225.

Burton, S.M., Rundle, S.D. and Jones, M.B.  2001.  The relationship between trace metal contamination and strem meiofauna.  Environmental Pollution, 111, 159-167.

Camm, G.S., 1999. Review of stanniferous placers - with special reference to offshore placers of Quaternary Age on the South Coast. Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, 22, 57-88.

Dines, H.G. The metalliferous mining region of south-west England. Economic Memoir of the British Geological Survey, HMSO, England.

Everard, C.E.  1962.  Mining and shore-line evolution near St. Austell, Cornwall.  Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, 20, 221-226.

Gerrard, S.  2000.  The early British tin industry.  Tempus Publishing Ltd, Stroud.

Gibbs, P.E., Burt, G.R., Pascoe, P.L., Llewellyn, C.A. and Ryan, K.P.  2000.  Zinc, copper and chlorophyll-derivatives in the polychaete Owenia fusiformisJournal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 80, 235-248.

Hamilton, Q.U.I., Lamb, H.M., Hallett, C. and Proctor, J.A.  1999.  Passive treatment systems for the remediation of acid mine drainage at Wheal Jane, Cornwall.  Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, 13, 93-103.

Hamilton Jenkin, A.K. 1963. Mines and miners of Cornwall: VI. Around Gwennap. Worden Ltd. Cornwall.

Hamilton Jenkin, A.K. 1964. Mines and miners of Cornwall. VIII. Truro to the clay district. Worden Ltd. Cornwall.

Healy, M.G.  1999.  Holocene relative sea-level change in west Cornwall.  In:  Scourse, J.D. and Furze, M.F.A. (eds), The Quarternary of West Cornwall.  Field Guide, Quaternary Research Association, London, 58-61.

Henwood, W.J.  1873.  On the detrital tin-ore of Cornwall.  Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, 4, 57-69.

Hosking, K.F.G.and Obial, R.  1966.  A preliminary study of the distribution of certain metals of economic interest in the sediments and waters of the Carrick Roads (West Cornwall) and of its “feeder” rivers.  Camborne School of Mines Magazine, 17-37.

Hudson-Edwards, K.A., Schell, C. and Macklin, M.G.  1999.  Mineralogy and geochemistry of alluvium contaminated by metal mining in the Rio Tinto area, southwest Spain.  Journal of Applied Geochemistry, 14, 1015-1030.

Hughes, S.H. 1999.  The geochemical and mineralogical record of the impact of historical mining within estuarine sediments from the upper reaches of the Fal Estuary, Cornwall, UK.  Special Publication of the International Association of Sedimentologists, 28, 161-168.

Hughes, S.H.  2000.  The geochemical and mineralogical record of the impact of historical mining within esrtuarine sediments: Fal Estuary, Cornwall, UK.  Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Exeter.

Hunt, L.E. and Howard, A.G.  1994.  Arsenic speciation and distribution in the Carnon Estuary following the acute discharge of contaminated water from a disused mine.  Marine Pollution Bulletin, 28, 33-38.

Johnson, C.A.  1986.  The regulation of trace element concentrations in river and estuarine waters contaminated with acid mine drainage: the adsorption of copper and zinc on amorphous iron oxyhydroxides.  Geochemica Cosmochimica Acta, 50, 2433-2438.

Kavanagh, P., Farago, M.E., Thornton, I., Goessler, W., Kuehnelt, D., Schlagenhaufen, C. and Irgolic, K.J.  1998.  Urinary arsenic species in Devon and Cornwall residents, UK.  A pilot study.  The Analyst, 123, 27-29.

Leblanc, M., Morales, J.A., Borrego, J. and Elbaz-Poulichet, F.  2000.  4,500 year-old mining pollution in southwestern Spain: Long-term implications for modern mining pollution.  Economic Geology, 95, 655-662.

Leveridge, B.E., Holder, M.T. and Goode, A.J.J.  1990.  Geology of the country around Falmouth.  British Geological Survey Memoir, sheet 352.

Merefield, J.R.  1995.  Sediment mineralogy and the environmental impact of mining.  In:  Foster, I.D.L., Gurnell, A.M. and Webb, B.W. (eds) Sediment and water quality in river catchments.  John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 145-160.

Millward, R.N.  1996.  Intracellular inclusions in the nematode Tripyloides marinus from metal-enriched and cleaner estuaries in Cornwall, south-west England. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 76, 885-895.

Millward, R.N. and Grant, A.  2000.  Pollution-induced tolerance to copper of nematode communities in the severely contaminated Restronguet Creek and adjacent estuaries, Cornwall, United Kingdom.  Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 19, 454-461.

Mutwakil, M.H.A.Z., Reader, J.P., Holdich, D.M., Smithurst, P.R., Candido, E.P.M., Jones, D., Stringham, E.G. and DePomerai, D.I.  1997.  Use of stress-inducible transgenic nematodes as biomarkers of heavy metal pollution in water samples from an English river system.  Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 32, 146-153.

Peach, D.F. and Lane, D.W.  1998.  A preliminary study of geographic influence on arsenic concentrations in human hair.  Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 20, 231-237.

Pedersen, S.N. and Lundebye, A.K.  1996.  Metallothionein and stress protein levels in shore crabs (Carcinus maenas) along a trace metal gradient in the Fal Estuary (UK).  Marine Environmental Research, 42, 241-246.

Penhallurick, R.D., 1986. Tin in antiquity. The Institute of Metals.

Pirrie, D. and Camm, G.S.  1999.  The impact of mining on sedimentation in the coastal zone of Cornwall.  In:  Scourse, J.D. and Furze, M.F.A. (eds), The Quarternary of West Cornwall.  Field Guide, Quaternary Research Association, London, 62-73.

Pirrie, D., Hughes, S.H. and Pullin, H.  1996.  The effects of mining on sedimentation over the last 500 years in the Fal Estuary, Cornwall, UK.  In:  Healy, M.G. (ed) Late Quaternary coastal change in West Cornwall, UK.  Environmental Research Centre, Department of Geography, University of Durham, 75-82.

Pirrie, D., Hughes, S.H. and Camm, G.S.  1999a.  Late Holocene sedimentation due to mine waste discharge, Fal Estuary.  In:  Scourse, J.D. and Furze, M.F.A. (eds) The Quaternary of West Cornwall.  Quaternary Research Association, London, Field Guide, 113-121.

Pirrie, D., Beer, A.J. and Camm, G.S.  1999b.  Early diagenetic sulphide minerals in the Hayle Estuary, Cornwall.  Geoscience in south-west England, 9, 325-332.

Pirrie, D., Camm,G.S., Sear, L.G. and Hughes, S.H.  1997.  Mineralogical and geochemical signature of mine waste contamination, Tresillian River, Fal Estuary, Cornwall, UK.  Environmental Geology, 29, 58-65.

Pirrie, D., Power, M.R., Payne, A., Camm, G.S. and Wheeler, P.D.  2000a.  Impact of mining on sedimentation; the Camel and Gannel estuaries, Cornwall.  Geoscience in south-west England, 10, 21-28.

Pirrie, D., Power, M.R., Wheeler, P.D. and Ball, A.S.  2000b.  A new occurrence of diagenetic simonkoellite from the Gannel Estuary, Cornwall.  Geoscience in south-west England, 10, 18-20.

Pirrie, D., Power, M.R., Wheeler, P.D., Cundy, A., Bridges, C. and Davey, G. in press a.  Geochemical signature of historical mining: Fowey Estuary, Cornwall, UK.  Journal of Geochemical Exploration.

Pirrie, D., Power, M.R., Rollinson, G. and Watkins, D.C.  in press b.  The sediment geochemistry of the Helford River, Cornwall.  Geoscience in south-west England, 10.

Ratcliffe, J.  1997.  Fal Estuary historic audit.  Cornwall Archaeological Unit, Cornwall County Council.

Read, D., Hooker, P.J., Ivanovich, M. and Milodowski, A.E.  1991.  A natural analog study of an abandoned uranium mine in Cornwall, England.  Radiochimica Acta, 52-3, 349-356.

Rollinson, G., Pirrie, D. and Power, M.R. submitted.  The environmental impact of historical mining on the Hayle Estuary, Cornwall, UK.  Geochemistry, Exploration, Environment, Analysis.

Singh, B., Wilson, M.J., McHardy, W.J., Fraser, A.R. and Merrington, G.  1999.  Mineralogy and chemistry of ochre sediments from an acid mine drainage near a disused mine in Cornwall, UK.  Clay Minerals, 34, 301-317.

Somerfield, P.J., Gee, M.J. and Warwirck, R.M.  1994a.  Benthic community structure in relation to an instantaneous discharge of waste water from a tin mine.  Marine Pollution Bulletin, 28, 363-369.

Somerfield, P.J., Gee, M.J. and Warwick, R.M.  1994b.  Soft-sediment meiofaunal community structure in relation to a long-term heavy-metal gradient in the Fal Estuary system.  Marine Ecology Progress Series, 105, 79-88.

Stapleton, C. and Pethick, J.  1996.  The Fal Estuary:  Coastal Processes and Conservation.  Report by the Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Studies, University of Hull for English Nature.

Stubbles, S.J., Green, J.C., Hart, M.B. and Williams, C.L.  1996.  The ecological and palaeoecological implications of the presence and absence of data: evidence from benthic foraminifera.  Proceedings of the Ussher Society, 9, 54-62.

Thomas, W. 1913.  Losses in the treatment of Cornish tin ores.  Transactions of the Cornish Institution of Mining, Mechanical and Metallurgical Engineering, 1, 56-74.

Thorne, M.G.  1983a.  Studies on Fal Estuary Sediment: I early diagenetic sulphide mineralisation.  Proceedings of the Ussher Society, 5, 437-444.

Thorne, M.G.  1983b.  Studies on Fal Estuary Sediment II, artificial diagenesis experiments. Proceedings of the Ussher Society, 5, 445-447.

Thornton, I., Abrahams, P.W., Culbard, E., Rother, J.A.P. and Olson, B.H.  1986. The interaction between geochemical and pollutant metal sources in the environment: implications for the community. In: Thornton, I. and Howarth, R.J. (eds) Applied geochemistry in the 1980s. Graham and Trotman, London, 270-308.

Turner, A. 2000. Trace metal contamination in sediments from UK estuaries: An empirical evaluation of the role of hydrous iron and manganese oxides. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 50, 355-371.

Warwick, R.M.  2001.  Evidence for the effects of metal contamination on the intertidal macrobenthic assemblage of the Fal Estuary.  Marine Pollution Bulletin, 42, 145-148.

Whitley, H.M.  1881.  The silting up of the creeks of Falmouth Haven.  Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, 7, 12-17.

Williams, P.R., Attrill, M.J. and Nimmo, M.  1998.  Heavy metal concentrations and bioaccumulation within the Fal Estuary, UK; A reappraisal.  Marine Pollution Bulletin, 36, 643-645.

Yim, W.S.  1972.  A further investigation of the distribution of certain elements in the sediments of the Fal Estuary, Cornwall.  Camborne School of Mines Journal, 72, 29-35.

Younger, P.L.  2002.  Mine water pollution from Kernow to Kwazulu-Natal: geochemical remedial options and their selection in practice.  Geoscience in south-west England, 10.