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Everingham, Yvette, Sexton, Justin, Skocaj, Danielle, and Inman-Bamber, Geoff (2016) Accurate prediction of sugarcane yield using a random forest algorithm. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 36 (27). pp. 1-9.

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Forbes, Samantha J., and Northfield, Tobin D. (2017) Increased pollinator habitat enhances cacao fruit set and predator conservation. Ecological Applications, 27 (3). pp. 887-899.

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Kouadio, Aka Niangoran Marie-Stéphanie, Nandjui, Jacob, Krou, Serge Martial, Séry, Drolet Jean-Marc, Nelson, Paul, and Zézé, Adolphe (2017) A native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus inoculant outcompetes an exotic commercial species under two contrasting yam field conditions. Rhizosphere, 4. pp. 112-118.

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Nelson, P.N., Huth, M.I., Banabas, M., Webb, M.J., and Goodrick, I. (2016) Ciclos de carbono y nitrógeno en plantaciones de palma de aceite: claves para la productividad y la sostenibilidad / Carbon and nitrogen cycling in oil palm plantations: the keys to yield and sustainability. Revista Palmas, 37 (1). pp. 214-224.

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Pardon, Lenaic, Bockstaller, Christian, Marichal, Raphaël, Sionita, Ribka, Nelson, Paul N., Gabrielle, Benoît, Laclau, Jean-Paul, Pujianto, , Caliman, Jean-Pierre, and Bessou, Cécile (2020) IN-Palm: an agri-environmental indicator to assess nitrogen losses in oil palm plantations. Agronomy Journal, 112 (2). pp. 786-800.

Pardon, Lénaïc, Bessou, Cécile, Saint-Geours, Nathalie, Gabrielle, Bénoit, Khasanah, Ni'matul, Caliman, Jean-Pierre, and Nelson, Paul N. (2016) Quantifying nitrogen losses in oil palm plantations: models and challenges. Biogeosciences, 13. pp. 5433-5452.

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Wakelin, S.A., Gerard, E., van Koten, C., Banabas, M., O'Callaghan, M., and Nelson, P.N. (2016) Soil physicochemical properties impact more strongly on bacteria and fungi than conversion of grassland to oil palm. Pedobiologia, 59 (3). pp. 83-91.

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