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Agegnehu, Getachew, Bass, Adrian M., Nelson, Paul N., and Bird, Michael I. (2016) Benefits of biochar, compost and biochar-compost for soil quality, maize yield and greenhouse gas emissions in a tropical agricultural soil. Science of the Total Environment, 543 (Part A). pp. 295-306.

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Beerling, David J., Leake, Jonathan R., Long, Stephen P., Scholes, Julie D., Ton, Jurriaan, Nelson, Paul N., Bird, Michael, Kantzas, Euripides, Taylor, Lyla L., Sarkar, Binoy, Kelland, Mike, DeLucia, Evan, Kantola, Ilsa, Müller, Christoph, Rau, Greg H., and Hansen, James (2018) Farming with crops and rocks to address global climate, food and soil security. Nature Plants, 4. pp. 138-147.

Bird, Michael I., McBeath, Anna V., Ascough, Philippa L., Levchenko, Vladimir A., Wurster, Christopher M., Munksgaard, Niels C., Smernik, Ronald J., and Williams, Alan (2017) Loss and gain of carbon during char degradation. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 106. pp. 80-89.

Bass, Adrian M., Bird, Michael I., Kay, Gavin, and Muirhead, Brian (2016) Soil properties, greenhouse gas emissions and crop yield under compost, biochar and co-composted biochar in two tropical agronomic systems. Science of the Total Environment, 550. pp. 459-470.

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Duarte de Paula Costa, Micheli, Lovelock, Catherine E., Waltham, Nathan J., Young, Mary, Adame, Maria F., Bryant, Catherine V., Butler, Don, Green, David, Rasheed, Michael A., Salinas, Cristian, Serrano, Oscar, York, Paul H., Whitt, Ashley A., and Macreadie, Peter I. (2021) Current and future carbon stocks in coastal wetlands within the Great Barrier Reef catchments. Global Change Biology, 27 (14). pp. 3257-3271.

Dickinson, Geoff, O'Farrell, Patrick, Ridgway, Kaila, Bally, Ian, Masters, Bronwyn, Nelson, Paul, and Pattison, Tony (2019) Nitrogen and carbon management in Australian mango orchards to improve productivity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Acta Horticulturae, 1244. pp. 49-60.

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Goodrick, I., and Nelson, P.N. (2018) Mineralisation of soil organic carbon in two Andisols under oil palm: an incubation study into controlling factors. Soil Research, 56 (1). pp. 105-112.

Goodrick, Iain, Nelson, Paul N., Nake, Steven, Webb, Michael J., Bird, Michael I., and Huth, Neil (2016) Tree-scale spatial variability of soil carbon cycling in a mature oil palm plantation. Soil Research, 54 (4). pp. 397-406.

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Keitel, Claudia, Ascough, Philippa, Wurster, Chris, and Bird, Michael (2017) Stable isotope analysis of biochars. In: Singh, Balwant, Camps-Arbestain, Marta, and Lehmann, Johannes, (eds.) Biochar: a guide to analytical methods. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 253-271.

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Lewis, Amy L., Sarkar, Binoy, Wade, Peter, Kemp, Simon J., Hodson, Mark E., Taylor, Lyla L., Yeong, Kok Loong, Davies, Kalu, Nelson, Paul N., Bird, Michael I., Kantola, Ilsa, Masters, Michael D., DeLucia, Evan, Leake, Jonathan R., Banwart, Steven A., and Beerling, David J. (2021) Effects of mineralogy, chemistry and physical properties of basalts on carbon capture potential and plant-nutrient element release via enhanced weathering. Applied Geochemistry, 132. 105023.

Lavallee, J.M., Conant, R.T., Haddix, M.L., Follett, R.F., Bird, M.I., and Paul, E.A. (2019) Selective preservation of pyrogenic carbon across soil organic matter fractions and its influence on calculations of carbon mean residence times. Geoderma, 354. 113866.

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Munksgaard, Niels C., McBeath, Anna V., Ascough, Philippa L., Levchenko, Vladimir A., Williams, Alan, and Bird, Michael I (2019) Partitioning of microbially respired CO₂ between indigenous and exogenous carbon sources during biochar degradation using radiocarbon and stable carbon isotopes. Radiocarbon, 61 (2). pp. 573-586.

Malhi, Yadvinder, Girardin, Cecile A.J., Goldsmith, Gregory R., Doughty, Christopher E., Salinas, Norma, Metcalfe, Daniel, Huaraca Huasco, Walter, Silva-Espejo, Javier E., del Aguilla-Pasquell, Jhon, Farfán Amézquita, Filio, Aragão, Luiz E.O.C., Guerrieri, Rossella, Ishida, Francoise Yoko, Bahar, Nur H.A., Farfan-Rios, William, Phillips, Oliver L., Meir, Patrick, and Silman, Miles (2017) The variation of productivity and its allocation along a tropical elevation gradient: a whole carbon budget perspective. New Phytologist, 214 (3). pp. 1019-1032.

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Orr, Ryan, McBeath, Anna V., Dieleman, Wouter I.J., Bird, Michael I., and Nelson, Paul N. (2017) Estimating organic carbon content of soil in Papua New Guinea using infrared spectroscopy. Soil Research, 55 (8). pp. 735-742.

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Quesada, Carlos Alberto, Paz, Claudia, Mendoza, Erick Oblitas, Phillips, Oliver Lawrence, Saiz, Gustavo, and Lloyd, Jon (2020) Variations in soil chemical and physical properties explain basin-wide Amazon forest soil carbon concentrations. Soil, 6 (1). pp. 53-88.

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Rakhsh, Fatemeh, Golchin, Ahmad, Agha, Ali Beheshti Al, and Nelson, Paul N. (2020) Mineralization of organic carbon and formation of microbial biomass in soil: effects of clay content and composition and the mechanisms involved. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 151. 108036.

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Saiz, Gus, Goodrick, Iain, Wurster, Chris, Nelson, Paul, Wynn, Jonathan, and Bird, Michael (2018) Preferential production and transport of grass-derived pyrogenic carbon in NE-Australian savanna ecosystems. Frontiers in Earth Science, 5. 115.

Serrano, Oscar, Lavery, Paul S., Duarte, Carlos M., Kendrick, Gary A., Calafat, Antoni, York, Paul H., Steven, Andy, and Macreadie, Peter I. (2016) Can mud (silt and clay) concentration be used to predict soil organic carbon content within seagrass ecosystems? Biogeosciences, 13. pp. 4915-4926.

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Tilston, Emma L., Ascough, Philippa L., Garnett, Mark H., and Bird, Michael I. (2016) Quantifying charcoal degradation and negative priming of soil organic matter with a c-14-dead tracer. Radiocarbon, 58 (4). pp. 905-919.

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Wynn, Jonathan G., Duvert, Clément, Bird, Michael I., Munksgaard, Niels C., Setterfield, Samantha A., and Hutley, Lindsay B. (2020) Land transformation in tropical savannas preferentially decomposes newly added biomass, whether C(3)or C(4)derived. Ecological Applications, 30 (8). e02192.

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York, Paul H., Macreadie, Peter I., and Rasheed, Michael A. (2018) Blue Carbon stocks of Great Barrier Reef deep-water seagrasses. Biology Letters, 14 (12). 20180529.

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