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Soil Research (continuing Australian Journal of Soil Research) is an international journal for publishing research about fundamental and applied aspects of soil science. More

Co-Editors-in-Chief: Balwant Singh and Mark Tibbett


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Volume 54 Number 4 2016

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Changes in soil quality and carbon storage under biofuel crops in central Ohio 
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Anup Das , Rattan Lal , Upender Somireddy , Catherine Bonin , Sudhir Verma and Basant Kumar Rimal
pp. 371-382

Impact of annual biofuel crops (corn, sorghum) and perennial grasses (switch grass, miscanthus, prairie mix) were assessed on soil properties and soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks in Central Ohio. Perennial energy crops improved soil properties in terms of lower soil bulk density, higher porosity, improved water-stable aggregates and higher mean weight diameter compared to annual crops maize and sorghum. The SOC stock in the 0–10 cm layer was significantly higher under switch grass and miscanthus than that under sorghum.


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Estimating the economic value of soil organic carbon for grains cropping systems in Western Australia 
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E. H. Petersen and F. C. Hoyle
pp. 383-396

We analyse the value of soil organic carbon (SOC) in cropping systems of the south-west of Western Australia in terms of agronomic benefits from increasing productivity (through increased plant-available water-holding capacity) and reducing fertiliser use (due to increased mineralisation of nitrogen), as well as sequestration benefit if landholders were able to participate in a carbon-sequestration program. We estimate the marginal value of SOC to be AU$7.1–8.7/t C.ha.year, depending on rainfall zone and crop type.


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

To accurately estimate mean soil CO2 emission in a mature oil palm plantation, a high measurement point density was necessary (>24 points across the 38.5 m2 repeating unit). At each measurement point, emissions were greater than plant-derived carbon inputs. The difference may be due to inaccurate assumptions in calculation of below-ground inputs or to unknown fluxes, perhaps geologically derived CO2, because the study site is in a tectonically active area.


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High soil sodicity and alkalinity cause transient salinity in south-western Australia 
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Edward G. Barrett-Lennard , Geoffrey C. Anderson , Karen W. Holmes and Aidan Sinnott
pp. 407-417

Transient salinity (salinity associated with decreased soil hydraulic conductivity) is an important constraint to cropping in Australia but is rarely studied. We examined the causes of transient salinity in the cropped areas of Western Australia using four datasets collected at scales varying from the entire south-west of Western Australia to that of a single paddock. Transient salinity (EC1:5) was most strongly correlated with increased exchangeable sodium and with soil alkalinity.


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Changes in the properties of Fijian Oxisols over 30 years of sugarcane cultivation 
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R. J. Morrison and J. S. Gawander
pp. 418-429

Studies at 3 sites showed that 30 years of sugarcane production produced marked changes in the topsoils with organic carbon, CEC and exchangeable bases most affected. Soils at 30–40 cm also showed changes in OC, CEC and bases, while at 70–80 cm changes were much smaller, but with significant increases in OC. Management of topsoils is critical for maintaining soil fertility in such systems.


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Physical quality of a Luvisol under agroforestry systems in a semi-arid region, Brazil 
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Rafaela Watanabe , Getulio Coutinho Figueiredo , Alvaro Pires da Silva , Júlio César Lima Neves and Teógenes Senna de Oliveira
pp. 430-439

Agroforestry systems in semi-arid regions have many environmental benefits, such as the preservation of plant species, nutrient cycling and reduction in water stress. However, trampling by cattle, and agricultural practices, can degrade the soil physical quality. This study presents evidence that agroforestry systems can preserve and maintain soil physical quality in good condition for plant growth.


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Pedogenic and lithogenic gravels as indicators of soil polygenesis in the Brazilian Cerrado 
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Yuri L. Zinn and Jerry M. Bigham
pp. 440-450

Soil gravels can reflect past soil formation processes, so we studied the composition and fabric of different gravels within a Plinthic Haplustox in Brazil. Pedogenic and lithopedogenic gravels varied in morphology, genesis and mineralogy, but were all marked by impregnation by Fe and Al. We conclude that such differentiation was the result of multiple cycles of soil formation and argue against the conventional classification of all such gravels as ‘ironstone’.


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Combined application of rice husk biochar and fly ash improved the yield of lowland rice 
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Sushmita Munda , A. K. Nayak , P. N. Mishra , P. Bhattacharyya , Sangita Mohanty , Anjani Kumar , Upendra Kumar , M. J. Baig , Rahul Tripathi , Mohammad Shahid , Totan Adak and V. Kasturi Thilagam
pp. 451-459

Rice husk in the form of biochar (BC) and fly ash (FA) for soil application is a potential opportunity for waste management. Biochar, in combination with FA can be utilized for crop production. Beneficial effects of BC and FA on soil properties and rice yield was exhibited when applied in addition to fertilizers. Even 50% N application with BC and FA produced a similar yield as that of 100% N.


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Cadmium toxicity and soil biological index under potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) cultivation 
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Waseem Hassan , Rizwana Bano , Safdar Bashir and Zubair Aslam
pp. 460-468

Soil biological indices and potato growth are sensitive to Cadmium (Cd) toxicity. Cd threshold depends on its concentration and duration to accumulate. Soil biological and potato physiological parameters are stress indicator.


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Published online 21 June 2016
Tillage does not increase nitrous oxide emissions under dryland canola (Brassica napus L.) in a semiarid environment of south-eastern Australia 
Guangdi D. Li, Mark K. Conyers, Graeme D. Schwenke, Richard C. Hayes, De Li Liu, Adam J. Lowrie, Graeme J. Poile, Albert A. Oates and Richard J. Lowrie

A 4-year rotational experiment with wheat–canola–grain legumes–wheat in sequence was established at Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia. The daily N2O emission rate was low under a canola crop, ranging between –0.81 and 6.71 g N2O-N/ha.day. The annual cumulative N2O-N emitted was 175.6 and 224.3 g N2O-N/ha under 0 and 100 kg N/ha treatments respectively. Tillage does not increase N2O emissions in this semiarid environment of south-eastern Australia.

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Greenhouse gas (N2O and CH4) fluxes under nitrogen-fertilised dryland wheat and barley on subtropical Vertosols: risk, rainfall and alternatives 
Graeme D. Schwenke, David F. Herridge, Clemens Scheer, David W. Rowlings, Bruce M. Haigh and K. Guy McMullen

We measured soil N2O and CH4 fluxes associated with N-fertilised wheat and barley production on subtropical Vertosol soils. Intensive rainfall before and after sowing enhanced N-fertiliser treatment differences in N2O flux but did not affect CH4 flux. Both split N application and nitrification inhibitor coating on urea at sowing reduced N2O flux. Dry conditions after sowing reduced the overall impact of N fertiliser on N2O flux but increased soil CH4 uptake.

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Mitigation of N2O emissions from surface-irrigated cropping systems using water management and the nitrification inhibitor DMPP 
Hizbullah Jamali, Wendy Quayle, Clemens Scheer and Jeff Baldock

In an irrigated wheat crop, reducing the soil moisture deficit and using the nitrification inhibitor, 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate, were the most effective in achieving N2O mitigation when combined. The majority of N2O emissions occurred immediately after irrigation. Half of the plant N and 53–87% of N2O were derived from non-fertiliser sources in soil, highlighting the opportunity to further exploit this valuable N pool.

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These articles have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. They are still in production and have not been edited, so may differ from the final published form.

    SR15284  Accepted 22 June 2016
    Multifractal analysis of soil hydraulic properties in arid areas
    Nasrollah Pahlevan, Mohhamad Reza Yazdani, Ali AsgHAR Zolfaghari, M Ghodrati

    SR16057  Accepted 21 June 2016
    Minerals control phosphorus solubility in long-term cultivated calcareous soils
    Mohsen Jalali, Mahdi Jalali

    SR16117  Accepted 10 June 2016
    Effects of vegetation cover on sediment particle size distribution and transport processes in natural rainfall conditions on postfire hillslope plots in Korea.
    Ewane Basil Ewane, Heon-ho Lee

    SR16068  Accepted 23 May 2016
    Soil charcoal prediction via ATR-MIR spectroscopy
    Eleanor Hobley, Adrian Le Gay Brereton, Brian Wilson

    SR16002  Accepted 19 May 2016
    Applications of fipronil (Adonis 3UL) and Metarhizium acridium for use against locusts have minimal impact on litter decomposition and microbial functional diversity in Australian arid grassland
    Kimberly Maute, Paul Story, Grant Hose, C Bull, Kristine French

    SR16120  Accepted 06 May 2016
    Nitrous Oxide from Soils
    Peter Grace

    SR15219  Accepted 05 May 2016
    Gypsum application increases the carbon stock in soil under sugarcane in the Cerrado region of Brazil
    Larissa Araújo, Cícero Figueiredo, Djalma Sousa

    SR16091  Accepted 02 May 2016
    Emission factors for estimating fertiliser-induced nitrous oxide emissions from clay soils in Australia’s irrigated cotton industry
    Peter Grace, Iurii Shcherbak, Bennett Macdonald, Clemens Scheer, David Rowlings

    SR15337  Accepted 27 April 2016
    Agronomic responses of grain sorghum to DMPP treated urea on contrasting soil types in NE Australia
    David Lester, Michael Bell, Kerry Bell, Massimiliano De Antoni Migliorati, Clemens Scheer, David Rowlings, Peter Grace

    SR15376  Accepted 19 April 2016
    Nitrous oxide emissions from grain production systems across a wide range of environmental conditions in eastern Australia
    Henrike Mielenz, Peter Thorburn, Rob Harris, Sally Officer, Guangdi Li, Graeme Schwenke, Peter Grace

    SR15273  Accepted 14 April 2016
    The contribution of the cotton irrigation network to farm nitrous oxide emissions.
    Bennett Macdonald, Anthony Nadelko, Yvonne Chang, Mark Glover, Soren Warneke

    SR15377  Accepted 22 March 2016
    Qualitative and quantitative response of soil organic carbon to 40 years of crop residue incorporation under contrasting nitrogen fertilisation regimes
    Christopher Poeplau, Lisa Reiter, Antonio Berti, Thomas Katterer

    SR15322  Accepted 18 March 2016
    Carolina Brandani, Thalita Abbruzzinni, Richard Conant, Carlos Eduardo Pellegrino Cerri,

    SR16047  Accepted 18 March 2016
    Dissolved organic nitrogen contributes significantly to leaching from furrow irrigated cotton-wheat-maize rotations.
    Bennett Macdonald, Anthony Ringrose-Voase, Tony Nadelko, Mark Farrell, Seija Tuomi, Guna Nachimuthu

    SR15336  Accepted 18 March 2016
    Comparison of grain yields and N2O emissions on Oxisol and Vertisol soils in response to fertiliser N applied as urea or urea coated with the nitrification inhibitor 3,4-dimethylpyrazole phosphate
    Massimiliano De Antoni Migliorati, Michael Bell, David Lester, David Rowlings, Clemens Scheer, Daniele DeRosa, Peter Grace

    SR15314  Accepted 17 March 2016
    Nitrous oxide emission and fertiliser nitrogen efficiency in a tropical sugarcane cropping system applied with different formulations of urea
    Weijin Wang, Glen Park, Steven Reeves, Megan Zahmel, Marijke Heenan, Barry Salter

    SR15317  Accepted 17 March 2016
    Influence of enhanced efficiency fertilisation techniques on nitrous oxide emissions and productivity response from urea in a temperate Australian ryegrass pasture.
    Helen Suter, Humaira Sultana, Rohan Davies, Charles Walker, Deli Chen

    SR15320  Accepted 17 March 2016
    Mitigation of nitrous oxide emissions with nitrification inhibitors in temperate vegetable cropping in southern Australia
    David Riches, Scott Mattner, Rohan Davies, Ian Porter

    SR15326  Accepted 17 March 2016
    Benchmarking nitrous oxide emissions in deciduous tree cropping systems
    Nigel Swarts, Garth Oliver, Marcus Hardie, Ross Corkrey, Kelvin Montagu, Gordon Rogers, Liam Southam-Rogers, Dugald Close

    SR15307  Accepted 17 March 2016
    The agricultural practice of pasture termination in reducing soil N2O emissions in high rainfall cropping systems of South Eastern Australia
    Oxana Belyaeva, Sally Officer, Roger Armstrong, Rob Harris, Ashley Wallace, Debra Partington, Kirsten Fogarty, Andrew Phelan

    SR15230  Accepted 27 August 2015
    Foreword: Australian Soil and Landscape Grid
    Raphael Viscarra Rossel

    SR15286  Accepted 14 March 2016
    The interaction of seasonal rainfall and nitrogen fertiliser rate on soil N2O emission, total N loss and crop yield of dryland sorghum and sunflower grown on sub-tropical Vertosols.
    Graeme Schwenke, Bruce Haigh

    SR15330  Accepted 09 March 2016
    Nitrification (DMPP) and urease (NBPT) inhibitors had no effect on pasture yield, nitrous oxide emissions nor nitrate leaching under irrigation in a hot-dry climate
    Warwick Dougherty, Damian Collins, Lukas Van Zwieten, David Rowlings

    SR15364  Accepted 07 March 2016
    Blade loosening creates a deeper and near-stable rooting zone that raises the productivity of a structurally unstable texture contrast soil

    SR15291  Accepted 03 March 2016
    Spatial and temporal variations of soil function in a Mediterranean serpentine ecosystem
    Nikolaos Monokrousos, George Charalampidis, Pantelitsa Kapagianni, Maria Argyropoulou, Efimia Papatheodorou

    SR15169  Accepted 01 March 2016
    Prediction of salt transport on different soil textures under drip irrigation in arid zone using SWAGMAN Destiny model
    Haichang Yang, Yun Chen, Fenghua Zhang, Tingbao Xu, Xu Cai

    SR15367  Accepted 29 February 2016
    Transport characteristics of heavy metals, metalloids and pesticides through major agricultural soils of Bangladesh as determined by TDR
    M A Mojid, A B M Z Hossain, Valerie Cappuyns, Guido Wyseure

    SR15332  Accepted 29 February 2016
    Effect of enhanced efficiency fertilizers on nitrous oxide emissions in a sub-tropical cereal cropping system
    Clemens Scheer, David Rowlings, Massimiliano De Antoni Migliorati, David Lester, Michael Bell, Peter Grace (Guest Editor)

    SR15210  Accepted 26 February 2016
    Knowledge-based soil type classification using terrain segmentation
    Andrei Dornik, Lucian DrăguÈ›, Petru Urdea

    SR15252  Accepted 22 February 2016
    Terri Taylor, Jeffrey Hughes, Louis Titshall

    SR15342  Accepted 15 February 2016
    Murli Meena, Parmodh Joshi, Bhaskar Narjary, Parvender Sheoran, Hanuman Jat, Anil Chinchmalatpure, Rajender Yadav , Dinesh Sharma

    SR15304  Accepted 15 February 2016
    Nitrification rates and associated nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural soils - a synopsis
    Ryan Farquharson

    SR15292  Accepted 15 February 2016
    The effect of nitrogen (N) fertiliser management on soil mineral N, nitrous oxide (N2O) losses, yield and N uptake of wheat growing in waterlogged prone soils of South Eastern Australia
    Rob Harris, Roger Armstrong, Ashley Wallace, Oxana Belyaeva

    SR15359  Accepted 12 February 2016
    The nitrification inhibitor 3,4,-dimethylpyrozole phosphate (DMPP) strongly inhibits nitrification in coarse-grained soils containing low abundances of nitrifying microbiota
    Elliott Duncan, Cathryn O'Sullivan, Anna Simonsen, Margaret Roper, Mark Peoples, Karen Treble, Kelley Whisson

    SR15346  Accepted 09 February 2016
    Effect of different rice establishment methods on soil physical properties in drought-prone rainfed lowlands of Bihar, India
    Surajit Mondal, Santosh Kumar, Abdul Haris, Sharad Dwivedi, Bhagwati Bhatt, J Mishra

    SR15281  Accepted 08 February 2016
    An alternative index to ESP for explanation of dispersion occurring in soils
    John Bennett, Alla Marchuk, Serhiy Marchuk

    SR15256  Accepted 03 February 2016
    Sulfur-enriched biochar as a potential soil amendment and fertilizer
    Hongjie Zhang, Paul Voroney, Gordon Price, Andrew White

    SR15199  Accepted 28 January 2016
    Soil properties and carbon stocks in a grey Vertosol irrigated with treated sewage effluent
    Nilantha Hulugalle, Timothy Weaver, Lloyd Finlay, Vili Heimoana

    SR15174  Accepted 14 January 2016
    Soil chemistry and acidification risk of acid sulfate soils on a temperate estuarine floodplain in southern Australia
    Chin Yau, Vanessa Wong, David Kennedy

    SR14373  Accepted 14 January 2016
    Possible effects of irrigation with wastewater on the clay mineralogy of some Australian clayey soils: laboratory study
    Serhiy Marchuk, Jock Churchman, Pichu Rengasamy

    SR15316  Accepted 12 January 2016
    Soil carbon and inferred net primary production in high and low intensity grazing systems on the New England Tableland, Eastern Australia
    Rick Young, Annette Cowie, steven harden, Ross McLeod

    SR15007  Accepted 11 January 2016
    Quantifying the costs of soil constraints to Australian agriculture: A case study of wheat in north-eastern Australia
    Yash Dang, Philip Moody

    SR15059  Accepted 18 December 2015
    Uncertainty in predicting the spatial pattern of soil water temporal stability at hillslope scales
    Kaihua Liao, Xiaoming Lai, Ligang Lv, Qing Zhu

    SR15167  Accepted 15 December 2015
    Gabriela Civeira

    SR15277  Accepted 16 December 2015
    Effects of permanent grass vs. tillage on aggregation and organic matter dynamics in a poorly developed vineyard soil
    Sergio Alfonso Belmonte, Luisella Celi, Silvia Stanchi, Daniel Said-Pullicino, Ermanno Zanini, Eleonora Bonifacio

    SR15103  Accepted 14 December 2015
    Multiple additions of rapidly decomposable residue alleviate the negative impact of salinity on microbial activity
    Hasbullah Hasbullah, Petra Marschner

    SR15274  Accepted 12 December 2015
    Influence of wetting process on the estimation of water retention curve of tilled soils
    David Moret-Fernández, Carolina Peña, M. Victoria López

    SR15121  Accepted 02 December 2015
    The Brigalow Catchment Study: IV. Clearing brigalow (Acacia harpophylla) for cropping or grazing increases peak runoff rate
    Craig Thornton, Bofu Yu

    SR15185  Accepted 23 November 2015
    Soil phosphorus status and environmental risk of phosphorus runoff from pastures in south-eastern New South Wales
    Murray Hart, Peter Cornish

    SR15074  Accepted 20 November 2015
    Impact of reduced tillage and crop residue management on soil properties and crop yields in a long-term trial in western Kenya
    Jeremiah Okeyo, Jay Norton, Saidou Koala, Boaz Waswa, Job Kihara, Andre Bationo

    SR15143  Accepted 13 November 2015
    Mass loss and release of nutrient from empty fruit bunch of oil palm applied as mulch to newly transplanted oil palm
    Rosenani Abu Bakar, Wingkis Rabuni, Poh Meng Cheah, Noraini Jaafar

    SR15123  Accepted 27 October 2015
    Influence of controlled traffic no-till system on soil chemical properties and crop yield in annual double cropping area of North China Plain
    Caiyun Lu, Hongwen Li, Jin He, Qingjie Wang, Khokan Sarker, Wenying Li, Zhanyuan Lu, Rabi Rasaily, Hui Li, Guangnan Chen

    SR14328  Accepted 08 October 2015
    Non-linear response of soil N2O emissions to nitrogen fertiliser in a cotton-fallow rotation in sub-tropical Australia
    Clemens Scheer, Peter Grace, David Rowlings

    SR15126  Accepted 06 October 2015
    Fine Root Distributions and Water Consumption of Alfalfa Grown in Layered Soils with Different Layer Thicknesses
    Lidong Ren, Mingbin Huang

    SR15153  Accepted 30 September 2015
    The influence of surfactant and organic matter content on wetting pattern of different non-water repellent soils
    Mohammad Chaichi, Marcus Turcios, Mina Rostamza

    SR15175  Accepted 22 September 2015
    Mulching materials improve soil properties and maize growth in the Northwestern Loess Plateau, China
    Rong Li, Xianqing Hou, Zhikuan Jia, Qingfang Han


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1. Published 11 September 2015
Impact of soil organic matter on soil properties—a review with emphasis on Australian soils

B. W. Murphy

2. Published 11 September 2015
Effect of cropping practices on soil organic carbon: evidence from long-term field experiments in Victoria, Australia

Fiona Robertson, Roger Armstrong, Debra Partington, Roger Perris, Ivanah Oliver, Colin Aumann, Doug Crawford and David Rees

3. Published 27 October 2015
Measuring soil organic carbon: which technique and where to from here?

Timothy J. Johns, Michael J. Angove and Sabine Wilkens

4. Published 2 November 2015
The Australian three-dimensional soil grid: Australia’s contribution to the GlobalSoilMap project

R. A. Viscarra Rossel, C. Chen, M. J. Grundy, R. Searle, D. Clifford and P. H. Campbell

5. Published 28 April 2016
Biochemical properties of highly mineralised and infertile soil modified by acacia and spinifex plants in northwest Queensland, Australia

Fang You, Ram C. Dalal and Longbin Huang

6. Published 2 November 2015
Soil and Landscape Grid of Australia

M. J. Grundy, R. A. Viscarra Rossel, R. D. Searle, P. L. Wilson, C. Chen and L. J. Gregory

7. Published 30 June 2015
Soil carbon sequestration in cool-temperate dryland pastures: mechanisms and management options

Alieta Eyles, Garth Coghlan, Marcus Hardie, Mark Hovenden and Kerry Bridle

8. Published 5 February 2016
Soil organic carbon in cropping and pasture systems of Victoria, Australia

Fiona Robertson, Doug Crawford, Debra Partington, Ivanah Oliver, David Rees, Colin Aumann, Roger Armstrong, Roger Perris, Michelle Davey, Michael Moodie and Jeff Baldock

9. Published 28 April 2016
Size of subsoil clods affects soil-water availability in sand–clay mixtures

Giacomo Betti, Cameron D. Grant, Robert S. Murray and G. Jock Churchman

10. Published 11 September 2015
100 Years of superphosphate addition to pasture in an acid soil—current nutrient status and future management

Cassandra R. Schefe, Kirsten M. Barlow, Nathan J. Robinson, Douglas M. Crawford, Timothy I. McLaren, Ronald J. Smernik, George Croatto, Ronald D. Walsh and Matt Kitching

11. Published 28 April 2016
Soil microbial biomass carbon and phosphorus as affected by frequent drying–rewetting

Hao Chen, Lu Lai, Xiaorong Zhao, Guitong Li and Qimei Lin

12. Published 11 September 2015
Managing cattle grazing intensity: effects on soil organic matter and soil nitrogen

Moran Segoli, Steven Bray, Diane Allen, Ram Dalal, Ian Watson, Andrew Ash and Peter O'Reagain

13. Published 5 February 2016
Procedure to estimate ammonia loss after N fertiliser application to moist soil

Ian R. P. Fillery and Nirav Khimashia

14. Published 2 November 2015
Predictive mapping of soil organic carbon stocks in South Australia’s agricultural zone

Craig Liddicoat, David Maschmedt, David Clifford, Ross Searle, Tim Herrmann, Lynne M. Macdonald and Jeff Baldock

15. Published 27 October 2015
Management options for water-repellent soils in Australian dryland agriculture

M. M. Roper, S. L. Davies, P. S. Blackwell, D. J. M. Hall, D. M. Bakker, R. Jongepier and P. R. Ward

16. Published 11 September 2015
A space–time observation system for soil organic carbon

S. B. Karunaratne, T. F. A. Bishop, J. S. Lessels, J. A. Baldock and I. O. A. Odeh

17. Published 2 November 2015
Derivation of soil-attribute estimations from legacy soil maps

Nathan P. Odgers, Karen W. Holmes, Ted Griffin and Craig Liddicoat

18. Published 11 September 2015
Pedological concepts to be considered in soil chronosequence studies

Daniela Sauer

19. Published 5 February 2016
Soil-specific calibration of capacitance sensors considering clay content and bulk density

Nargish Parvin and Aurore Degré

20. Published 30 June 2015
Loss of soil organic matter following cultivation of long-term pasture: effects on major exchangeable cations and cation exchange capacity

D. Curtin, P. M. Fraser and M. H. Beare

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