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Pu, G.X. and Barry, G. and Bell, M. (2010) Gaseous Nitrogen Losses Following Soil Amendment with Biosolids under Controlled Conditions. Journal of Residuals Science & Technology, 7 (4). pp. 209-217.
Heemsbergen, D.A. and Warne, M.S.J. and Broos, K. and Bell, M. and Nash, D. and McLaughlin, M. and Whatmuff, M. and Barry, G. and Pritchard, D. and Penney, N. (2009) Application of phytotoxicity data to a new Australian soil quality guideline framework for biosolids. Science of The Total Environment, 407 (8). pp. 2546-2556.
Pu, G. and Bell, M. and Barry, G. and Want, P. (2008) Fate of applied biosolids nitrogen in a cut and remove forage system on an alluvial clay loam soil. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 46 (8). pp. 703-709.
Warne, M.S.J. and Heemsbergen, D. and McLaughlin, M. and Bell, M. and Broos, K. and Whatmuff, M. and Barry, G. and Nash, D. and Pritchard, D. and Penney, N. (2008) Models for the field-based toxicity of copper and zinc salts to wheat in 11 Australian soils and comparison to laboratory-based models. Environmental Pollution, 156 (3). pp. 707-714.
McBeath, T.M. and McLaughlin, M.J. and Armstrong, R.D. and Bell, M. and Bolland, M.D.A. and Conyers, M.K. and Holloway, R.E. and Mason, S.D. (2007) Predicting the response of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to liquid and granular phosphorus fertilisers in Australian soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 45 (6). pp. 448-458.
Broos, K. and Macdonald, L.M. and Warne, M.S.J. and Heemsbergen, D.A. and Barnes, M.B. and Bell, M. and McLaughlin, M.J. (2007) Limitations of soil microbial biomass carbon as an indicator of soil pollution in the field. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 39 (10). pp. 2693-2695.
McLaughlin, M.J. and Whatmuff, M. and Warne, M. and Heemsbergen, D. and Barry, G. and Bell, M. and Nash, D. and Pritchard, D. (2006) A field investigation of solubility and food chain accumulation of biosolid-cadmium across diverse soil types. Environmental Chemistry, 3 (6). pp. 428-432.