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2012Differential effects of composts on properties of soils with different texturesDuong, T.; Penfold, C.; Marschner, P.
2011Microbial community structure and residue chemistry during decomposition of shoots and roots of young and mature wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in sandBaumann, K.; Marschner, P.; Kuhn, T.; Smernik, R.; Baldock, J.
2012Effects of compost on water availability and gas exchange in tomato during drought and recoveryNguyen, T.; Fuentes, S.; Marschner, P.
2011Changes in water content of two agricultural soils does not alter labile P and C poolsButterly, C.; McNeill, A.; Baldock, J.; Marschner, P.
2010Rewetting CO2 pulses in Australian agricultural soils and the influence of soil propertiesButterly, C.; Marschner, P.; McNeill, A.; Baldock, J.
2012Grain legume pre-crops and their residues affect the growth, P uptake and size of P pools in the rhizosphere of the following wheatMat Hassan, H.; Marschner, P.; McNeill, A.; Tang, C.
2015Soil respiration, microbial biomass and nutrient availability after the second amendment are influenced by legacy effects of prior residue additionMarschner, P.; Hatam, Z.; Cavagnaro, T.
2015Sulfate reduction in sulfuric material after re-flooding: effectiveness of organic carbon addition and pH increase depends on soil propertiesYuan, C.; Fitzpatrick, R.; Mosley, L.; Marschner, P.
2013Addition Of A Clay Subsoil To A Sandy Top Soil Alters Co2 Release And The Interactions In Residue MixturesShi, A.; Marschner, P.
2016Nutrient availability, soil respiration and microbial biomass after the second residue addition are influenced by the C/N ratio of the first residue added, but not by drying and rewetting between residue amendmentsZhang, Y.; Marschner, P.