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Soil chemistry: understanding phosphorus in the environment
Faculty of Science - Papers (Archive)
  • Paul Milham, NSW Department of Industry and Investment
  • Warwick Dougherty, University Of Wollongong
  • Robert John Morrison, University of Wollongong
  • Robert Graham Clark, University of Wollongong
  • Ronald Smernik, University of Adelaide
  • Ashlea Doolette, University of Adelaide
  • Lucy Burkitt, Massey University
  • Damian Collins, NSW Department of Primary Industries;
  • Rebeca Alvarez, Power & Process Europe
  • Andrew Thomas, Aurecon Australia Pty Ltd
RIS ID
73271
Publication Date
1-1-2012
Publication Details

Milham, P., Dougherty, W., Morrison, J., Clark, R., Smernik, R., Doolette, A., Burkitt, L., Collins, D., Alvarez, R. & Thomas, A. (2012). Soil chemistry: understanding phosphorus in the environment. Chemistry in Australia, (July), 26-29.

Abstract

It is an essential ingredient in food production, but poor management means bad news downstream. Understanding the way phosphorus behaves in the environment calls for soil and plant biology, and some new soil chemistry.

Citation Information
Paul Milham, Warwick Dougherty, Robert John Morrison, Robert Graham Clark, et al.. "Soil chemistry: understanding phosphorus in the environment" (2012) - 29
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