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2011Impact of sodium adsorption ratio of irrigation water on the structural form of two Vertosols used for cotton productionCattle, Stephen; Speirs, Simon; Melville, G J; Sustainable Ecosystems; Agriculture Faculty AdminImpact of sodium adsorption ratio of irrigation water on the structural form of two Vertosols used for cotton production, Soil Research, vol.49, 6, 2011,pp 481-493
2009In situ measurements of soil colour, mineral composition and clay content by vis-NIR spectroscopyCattle, Stephen; Ortega Andrade, Andres; Fouad, Y; Viscarra Rossel, R.; Environmental Sciences; Agricultural & Resource EconomicsIn situ measurements of soil colour, mineral composition and clay content by vis-NIR spectroscopy, Geoderma, vol.150, N/A, 2009,pp 668-266
2015Influence of Gypsum Enhanced Chicken-Manure-and-Wheat-Straw Compost on Amelioration of an Irrigated Sodic Brown Vertisol – Laboratory ExperimentCattle, Stephen; Singh, Baljit; Bennett, J McL; Quilty, James; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Plant Breeding InstituteInfluence of Gypsum Enhanced Chicken-Manure-and-Wheat-Straw Compost on Amelioration of an Irrigated Sodic Brown Vertisol – Laboratory Experiment, Arid Land Research and Management, vol.29, 4, 2015,pp 415-431
2014Iron oxide minerals in dust of the Red Dawn event in eastern Australia, September 2009Cattle, Stephen; Berquo, Thelma; Breit, George; Flagg, Cody; Goldstein, Harland; Kokaly, Raymond; Morman, Suzette; Moskowitz, Bruce; Reynolds, Richard; Yauk, Kimberly; Environmental SciencesIron oxide minerals in dust of the Red Dawn event in eastern Australia, September 2009, Aeolian Research, vol.15, N/A, 2014,pp 1-13
2003Linking hydraulic conductivity and tortuosity parameters to pore space geometry and pore-size distributionCattle, Stephen; Vervoort, Rutger (Willem); Sustainable Ecosystems; Sustainable EcosystemsLinking hydraulic conductivity and tortuosity parameters to pore space geometry and pore-size distribution, Journal of Hydrology, vol.272,(1-4),2003,pp 36-49
2014Loess RecordsCattle, Stephen; Crouvi, Onn; Muhs, Daniel; Rousseau, Denis-Didier; Sun, Jimin; Zarate, Marcelo; Centre for Carbon, Water and FoodLoess Records in Mineral Dust A Key Player in the Earth System, Springer, 2014, pp. 411-441
2010Macroporosity of pasture topsoils after three years of set-stocked and rotational grazing by sheepCattle, Stephen; Southorn, N J; Sustainable Ecosystems; Rural ManagementMacroporosity of pasture topsoils after three years of set-stocked and rotational grazing by sheep, Australian Journal of Soil Research, vol.48, 1,pp 43-57
2006Micromorphological and granulometric properties of Australasian loessic materials - indications of transport and pedogenesisCattle, Stephen; Hemi, Karl; Phiri, Tilabilenji; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; Sciences DisciplineMicromorphological and granulometric properties of Australasian loessic materials - indications of transport and pedogenesis, Book of Abstracts ASSSI-ASPAC-ACMS National Soils Conference Soil Science Solving Problems, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp N/A-N/A
2016Monitoring and Modeling Soil Change: The Influence of Human Activity and Climatic Shifts on Aspects of Soil SpatiotemporallyBishop, Thomas; Cattle, Stephen; Filippi, Patrick; Minasny, Budiman; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Centre for Carbon, Water and FoodMonitoring and Modeling Soil Change: The Influence of Human Activity and Climatic Shifts on Aspects of Soil Spatiotemporally in Advances in Agronomy, Volume 139, Academic Press, 2016, pp. 153-214
2007Pedogenetic differences between Australian and New Zealand loess deposits, as distinguished by micromorphological analysisCattle, Stephen; Hemi, Karl; Sciences Discipline; Sciences DisciplinePedogenetic differences between Australian and New Zealand loess deposits, as distinguished by micromorphological analysis, XVII INQUA Congress The Tropics: Heat Engine of the Quaternary, vol.167-168 Supplement,(),2007,pp 64-64
2013A review of the soil science research legacy of the triumvirate of cotton CRCCattle, Stephen; Field, Damien; Environmental Sciences; Environmental SciencesA review of the soil science research legacy of the triumvirate of cotton CRC, Crop and Pasture Science, vol.64, 11-12, 2013,pp 1076-1094
2009The role of climate and local regolith-landscape processes in determining the pedological characteristics of aeolian dust deposits across south-eastern AustraliaCattle, Stephen; Greene, Richard S.B.; McPherson, Andrew; Environmental SciencesThe role of climate and local regolith-landscape processes in determining the pedological characteristics of aeolian dust deposits across south-eastern Australia, Quaternary International, vol.209, 1-2, 2009,pp 95-106
2009Role of eolian dust deposits in landscape development and soil degradation in southeastern AustraliaCattle, Stephen; Greene, Richard S.B.; McPherson, Andrew; Sustainable EcosystemsRole of eolian dust deposits in landscape development and soil degradation in southeastern Australia, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, vol.56,(N/A),2009,pp S55-S65
2004A Simple Soil Database Management Assistant For Australian Cotton IndustryCattle, Stephen; McBratney, Alexander; Odeh, Inakwu; Taylor, James; Triantafilis, John; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; School Land Water & Crop ScienA Simple Soil Database Management Assistant For Australian Cotton Industry, SuperSoil 2004: 3rd Australian New Zealand Soils Conference, 5-9 December 2004, University of Sydney, Australia, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp N/A-N/A
2011Soil Science teaching principlesCattle, Stephen; Field, Damien; Jarrett, Lorna; Koppi, Anthony; McBratney, Alexander; Abbott, Lyn; Grant, Cameron; Menzies, Neal; Weatherley, Anthony J; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Sydney Institute of Agriculture; Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Centre for Carbon, Water and FoodSoil Science teaching principles, Geoderma, vol.167-168, N/A, 2011,pp 9-14
2004Soil Structural Form: The Effect Of Irrigation Water With Varying SAR On Several VertosolsCattle, Stephen; Speirs, Simon; Sustainable Ecosystems; Agriculture Faculty AdminSoil Structural Form: The Effect Of Irrigation Water With Varying SAR On Several Vertosols, Digital Soil Mapping Workshop, Montpellier, France (September), vol.N/A,(),2004,pp 1-8
2007Soil-aggregate formation as influenced by clay content and organic-matter amendmentCattle, Stephen; Scholten, T; Wagner, Stephen; Sciences DisciplineSoil-aggregate formation as influenced by clay content and organic-matter amendment, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, vol.170,(1),2007,pp 173-180
2011Use and understanding of organic amendments in Australian agriculture: a reviewCattle, Stephen; Quilty, James; Sustainable Ecosystems; School Land Water & Crop ScienUse and understanding of organic amendments in Australian agriculture: a review, Soil Research, vol.49, 1, 2011,pp 1-26
2003Using radiometric data to identify aeolian dust additions to topsoil of the Hillston district, western NSWCattle, Stephen; Cameron, R.G.; Meakin, S.N.; Ruszkowski, P; Sustainable EcosystemsUsing radiometric data to identify aeolian dust additions to topsoil of the Hillston district, western NSW, Australian Journal of Soil Research, vol.41,(8),2003,pp 1439-1456
2016Utilizing portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry for in-field investigation of pedogenesisCattle, Stephen; McBratney, Alexander; Minasny, Budiman; Stockmann, Uta; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Centre for Carbon, Water and FoodUtilizing portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry for in-field investigation of pedogenesis, Catena, vol.139, N/A, 2016,pp 220-231