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Water-use efficiency reflects management practices in Australian olive groves 174 173 0
Daily, seasonal and annual patterns of transpiration from a stand of remnant vegetation dominated by a coniferous 'Callitris' species and a broad-leaved 'Eucalyptus' species 152 153 0
Boron contents and solubility in Australian fly ashes and its uptake by canola ('Brassica napul' L.) from the ash-amended soils 157 131 0
Biomass production, evapotranspiration and water use efficiency of arid rangelands in the Northern Cape, South Africa 182 185 0
Productivity and rotational benefits of grass, medic pastures and faba beans in a rainfall limited environment 139 141 0
MODET: A modular model for estimating spatially distributed evapotranspiration, surface temperature and energy balance 74 75 0
An analysis of the sensitivity of sap flux to soil and plant variables assessed for an Australian woodland using a soil-plant-atmosphere model 352 352 0
Utilisation of Coal Combustion Products in Agriculture 182 171 0
Germination and early growth of crop and pasture species on media amended with two contrasting types of coal fly-ashes 161 163 0
Biomass production and water use efficiency of grassland in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 162 160 0
Application of Coal Fly Ash in Agriculture: A Strategic Perspective 291 278 0
Characteristics of flag leaf photosynthesis and root respiration of four historical winter wheat varieties released over recent decades in semi-arid Northwest China 196 197 0
Influence of coal fly ash application on trace element mobility and distribution in soil, plant and leachate 65 65 0
Belowground eco-restoration of a suburban waste-storage landscape: Earthworm dynamics in grassland and in a succession of woody vegetation covers 158 157 0
Growth and Elemental Accumulation by Canola on Soil Amended with Coal Fly Ash 89 87 0
Matching Irrigation to Vine Water-requirements: Limitations of Using Sap-flow Technology for Scheduling Irrigation 175 177 0
Boron contents and solubility in Australian fly ashes and its uptake by canola ('Brassica napus' L.) from the ash-amended soils 209 191 0
Amendment of soil with coal fly ash modified the burrowing habits of two earthworm species 80 78 0
Water relations in two cultivars of Napier grass under variable water supply and temperature conditions 297 297 1
Utilisation of Coal Combustion Products in Agriculture 126 121 1
An assessment of the water budget for contrasting vegetation covers associated with waste management 183 183 0
Photosynthetic Pigment Concentrations, Gas Exchange and Vegetative Growth for Selected Monocots and Dicots Treated with Two Contrasting Coal Fly Ashes 176 170 0
Simulation of Evapotranspiration and Vadose Zone Hydrology Using Limited Soil Data: A comparison of Four Computer Models 98 99 0
Uptake and distribution of ions reveal contrasting tolerance mechanisms for soil and water salinity in okra ('Abelmoschus esculentus') and tomato ('Solanum esculentum') 271 268 0
A simple field validation of daily transpiration derived from sapflow using a porometer and minimal meteorological data 102 102 0
Radiation-and water-use associated with growth and yields of wheat and chickpea in sole and mixed crops 188 189 0
Towards a spatial understanding of water use of several land-cover classes: an examination of relationships amongst pre-dawn leaf water potential, vegetation water use, aridity and MODIS LAI 193 195 0
Root biomass distribution and soil properties of an open woodland on a duplex soil 265 266 0
Use of plant water relations to assess forage quality and growth for two cultivars of Napier grass ('Pennisetum purpureum') subjected to different levels of soil water supply and temperature regimes 383 384 0
Biomass production and water use efficiency of grassland in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 119 120 0
Short-term responses of two contrasting species of earthworms in an agricultural soil amended with coal fly-ash 98 99 0
Economic and environmental advantages of using fly ash as a soil amendment in agronomy 117 116 0
Assessments of Class F fly ashes for amelioration of soil acidity and their influence on growth and uptake of Mo and Se by canola 145 142 0
The use of pre-dawn leaf water potential and MODIS LAI to explore seasonal trends in the phenology of Australian and southern African woodlands and savannas 241 242 0
A modified Jarvis-Stewart model for predicting stand-scale transpiration of an Australian native forest 163 162 0
Fly-ash: An exploitable resource for management of Australian agricultural soils 207 204 0
Transpiration and plant water relations of evergreen woody vegetation on a recently constructed artificial ecosystem under seasonally dry conditions in Western Australia 118 119 0
Design of store-release covers to minimize deep drainage in the mining and waste-disposal industries: results from a modelling analyses based on ecophysiological principles 159 159 0
Developing an empirical model of canopy water flux describing the common response of transpiration to solar radiation and VPD across five contrasting woodlands and forests 315 316 0
Long term trends of stand transpiration in a remnant forest during wet and dry years 124 125 0
Topographical and seasonal trends in transpiration by two co-occurring 'Eucalyptus' species during two contrasting years in a low rainfall environment 170 168 0
Prospects for Coal-ash in the Management of Australian Soils 178 178 0
Water potential and gas exchange did not reflect performance of 'Pinus radiata' D. Don in an agroforestry system under conditions of soil-water deficit in a temperate environment 218 220 0
Fine Root Biomass and Its Relationship to Evapotranspiration in Woody and Grassy Vegetation Covers for Ecological Restoration of Waste Storage and Mining Landscapes 193 188 0
Irrigation practices and fruit yields of olives in southern Australia 48 48 0
Effect of alternate irrigation on root-divided Foxtail Millet ('Setaria italica') 374 386 0
Latent heat fluxes during two contrasting years from a juvenile plantation established over a waste disposal landscape 160 160 0
Structural and hydrological alterations of soil due to addition of coal fly ash 240 238 0
Enhancing carbon sequestration in soil with coal combustion products: A technology for minimising carbon footprints in coal-power generation and agriculture 335 334 0
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