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  1. Sticky Dead Microbes: rapid abiotic retention of microbial necromass in soil

    Buckeridge, K., La Rosa, A. F., Mason, K., Whitaker, J., McNamara, N., Grant, H. & Ostle, N., 1/10/2020, In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 149, 4 p., 107929.

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  2. An investigation of the distribution of phosphorus between free and mineral associated soil organic matter, using density fractionation

    Adams, J. L., Tipping, E., Thacker, S. A. & Quinton, J. N., 06/2018, In: Plant and Soil. 427, 1-2, p. 139-148 10 p.

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  3. Abiotic factors controlling bioavailability and bioaccessibility of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in soil: Putting together a bigger picture

    Yu, L., Duan, L., Naidu, R. & Semple, K. T., 02/2018, In: Science of the Total Environment. 613–614, p. 1140-1153 14 p.

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  4. Endosulfan, pentachlorobenzene and short-chain chlorinated paraffins in background soils from Western Europe

    Halse, A. K., Schlabach, M., Schuster, J., Jones, K. C., Steinnes, E. & Breivik, K., 2015, In: Environmental Pollution. 196, p. 21-28 8 p.

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  5. Interactive effects of depth and temperature on CH4 and N2O flux in a shallow podzol

    Mills, R. T. E., Dewhirst, N., Sowerby, A., Emmett, B. A. & Jones, D. L., 07/2013, In: Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 62, p. 1-4 4 p.

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  6. Relationships between organic matter, black carbon and persistent organic pollutants in European background soils : implications for sources and environmental fate.

    Nam, J. J., Gustafsson, O., Kurt-Karakus, P., Breivik, K., Steinnes, E. & Jones, K. C., 12/2008, In: Environmental Pollution. 156, 3, p. 809-817 9 p.

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  7. Climate change cannot be entirely responsible for soil carbon loss observed in England and Wales, 1978-2003

    Chapman, S. J., Scott, W. A., Black, H. I. J., Wattenbach, M., Milne, R., Campbell, C. D., Lilly, A., Ostle, N., Lumsdon, D. G., Millard, P., Towers, W., Zaehle, S. & Smith, J. U., 1/12/2007, In: Global Change Biology. 13, 12, p. 2605-2609 5 p.

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  8. The influence of dung amendments on dissolved organic matter in grassland soil leachates: Preliminary results from a lysimeter study

    Bol, R., Ostle, N. J., Friedrich, C., Amelung, W. & Sanders, I., 1/01/1999, In: Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies. 35, 1-2, p. 97-109 13 p.

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