Peter Dillon
Peter Dillon
Leader, Sustainable Water Systems, CSIRO
Verified email at csiro.au
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Future management of aquifer recharge
P Dillon
Hydrogeology journal 13 (1), 313-316, 2005
4922005
Sorption and degradation of selected five endocrine disrupting chemicals in aquifer material
GG Ying, RS Kookana, P Dillon
Water research 37 (15), 3785-3791, 2003
4082003
Managed aquifer recharge
PJ Dillon, P Pavelic, D Page, H Beringen, J Ward
An introduction waterlines report series 13, 1-64, 2009
2282009
Water quality effects on clogging rates during reclaimed water ASR in a carbonate aquifer
P Pavelic, PJ Dillon, KE Barry, JL Vanderzalm, RL Correll, ...
Journal of Hydrology 334 (1-2), 1-16, 2007
1342007
Role of aquifer storage in water reuse
P Dillon, P Pavelic, S Toze, S Rinck-Pfeiffer, R Martin, A Knapton, ...
Desalination 188 (1-3), 123-134, 2006
1222006
Determination of caffeine as a tracer of sewage effluent in natural waters by on-line solid-phase extraction and liquid chromatography with diode-array detection
Z Chen, P Pavelic, P Dillon, R Naidu
Water Research 36 (19), 4830-4838, 2002
1072002
Position of the Australian horticultural industry with respect to the use of reclaimed water
AJ Hamilton, AM Boland, D Stevens, J Kelly, J Radcliffe, A Ziehrl, P Dillon, ...
Agricultural Water Management 71 (3), 181-209, 2005
1012005
Decay of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in aerobic and anoxic groundwater
GG Ying, S Toze, J Hanna, XY Yu, PJ Dillon, RS Kookana
Water Research 42 (4-5), 1133-1141, 2008
982008
The potential of riverbank filtration for drinking water supplies in relation to microsystin removal in brackish aquifers
PJ Dillon, M Miller, H Fallowfield, J Hutson
Journal of Hydrology 266 (3-4), 209-221, 2002
972002
Laboratory assessment of factors affecting soil clogging of soil aquifer treatment systems
P Pavelic, PJ Dillon, M Mucha, T Nakai, KE Barry, E Bestland
Water research 45 (10), 3153-3163, 2011
862011
Managed aquifer recharge: rediscovering nature as a leading edge technology
P Dillon, S Toze, D Page, J Vanderzalm, E Bekele, J Sidhu, ...
Water science and technology 62 (10), 2338-2345, 2010
812010
Fate of disinfection by-products in groundwater during aquifer storage and recovery with reclaimed water
P Pavelic, BC Nicholson, PJ Dillon, KE Barry
Journal of contaminant hydrology 77 (1-2), 119-141, 2005
812005
Water reuse in Australia: current status, projections and research
P Dillon
Proceedings of water recycling Australia, 19-20, 2000
812000
An ephemeral stream‐aquifer interaction model
PJ Dillon, JA Liggett
Water Resources Research 19 (3), 621-626, 1983
781983
Coupled effects of hydrodynamic and solution chemistry on long-term nanoparticle transport and deposition in saturated porous media
S Sasidharan, S Torkzaban, SA Bradford, PJ Dillon, PG Cook
Colloids and surfaces A: physicochemical and engineering aspects 457, 169-179, 2014
772014
A comparison of the geochemical response to different managed aquifer recharge operations for injection of urban stormwater in a carbonate aquifer
JL Vanderzalm, DW Page, KE Barry, PJ Dillon
Applied Geochemistry 25 (9), 1350-1360, 2010
772010
Preferential flow, nitrogen transformations and< sup> 15</sup> N balance under urine-affected areas of irrigated and non-irrigated clover-based pastures
N Pakrou, P Dillon
Journal of contaminant hydrology 20 (3), 329-347, 1995
76*1995
A theoretical analysis of mixed convection in aquifer storage and recovery: how important are density effects?
JD Ward, CT Simmons, PJ Dillon
Journal of Hydrology 343 (3-4), 169-186, 2007
732007
Valuing the subsurface pathogen treatment barrier in water recycling via aquifers for drinking supplies
D Page, P Dillon, S Toze, D Bixio, B Genthe, BEJ Cisneros, T Wintgens
Water Research 44 (6), 1841-1852, 2010
712010
Risk assessment of aquifer storage transfer and recovery with urban stormwater for producing water of a potable quality
D Page, P Dillon, J Vanderzalm, S Toze, J Sidhu, K Barry, K Levett, ...
Journal of environmental quality 39 (6), 2029-2039, 2010
692010
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