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Lottermoser, B.G., Munksgaard, N.C., and Daniell, M. (2009) Trace element uptake by Mitchell grasses grown on mine wastes, Cannington Ag–Pb–Zn Mine, Australia: implications for mined land reclamation. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 203 (1-4). pp. 243-259.
Munksgaard, Niels C., and Lottermoser, Bernd G. (2011) Fertilizer amendment of mining-impacted soils from Broken Hill, Australia: fixation or release of contaminants? Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 215 (1-4). pp. 373-397.
Munksgaard, N.C., and Lottermoser, B.G. (2010) Effects of wood bark and fertilizer amendment on trace element mobility in mine soils, Broken Hill, Australia: implications for mined land reclamation. Journal of Environmental Quality, 39 (6). pp. 2054-2062.
Roberts, David A., Cole, Andrew J., Paul, Nicholas A., and De Nys, Rocky (2015) Algal biochar enhances the re-vegetation of stockpiled mine soils with native grass. Journal of Environmental Management, 161. pp. 173-180.