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2013Adoption of Soil Health Improvement Strategies by Australian Farmers: I. Attitudes, Management and Extension ImplicationsBennett, John; Cattle, Stephen; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Environmental SciencesAdoption of Soil Health Improvement Strategies by Australian Farmers: I. Attitudes, Management and Extension Implications, Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension: international journal on changes in agricultural knowledge and action systems, vol.19, 4, 2013,pp 407-426
2014Adoption of Soil Health Improvement Strategies by Australian Farmers: II. Impediments and IncentivesBennett, John; Cattle, Stephen; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Environmental SciencesAdoption of Soil Health Improvement Strategies by Australian Farmers: II. Impediments and Incentives, Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension: international journal on changes in agricultural knowledge and action systems, vol.20, 1, 2014,pp 107-131
2015Bioaccessibility of lead in urban soil of Broken Hill, Australia: A study based on in vitro digestion and the IEUBK modelCattle, Stephen; Yang, Kai; Environmental Sciences; Environmental SciencesBioaccessibility of lead in urban soil of Broken Hill, Australia: A study based on in vitro digestion and the IEUBK model, Science of the Total Environment, vol.538, N/A, 2015,pp 922-933
2016The case for a southeastern Australian Dust Bowl, 1895-1945Cattle, Stephen; Centre for Carbon, Water and FoodThe case for a southeastern Australian Dust Bowl, 1895-1945, Aeolian Research, vol.21, N/A, 2016,pp 1-20
2006Characterizing the Influence of Aeolian Dust Source Region upon Soil Development along a short Transect in Semi-arid New South Wales, AustraliaCattle, Stephen; McTainsh, Grant H; Sustainable EcosystemsCharacterizing the Influence of Aeolian Dust Source Region upon Soil Development along a short Transect in Semi-arid New South Wales, Australia, Book of Abstracts - ASSSI-ASPAC-ACMS National Soils Conference Soil Science Solving Problems, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 153-N/A
2004Comparison Of Four Methods For Liberating Various Aggregate Fractions In Vertosols To Study Their MorphologyCattle, Stephen; Field, Damien; Koppi, Anthony J.; Sullivan, Leigh A.; Sustainable Ecosystems; Sustainable EcosystemsComparison Of Four Methods For Liberating Various Aggregate Fractions In Vertosols To Study Their Morphology, Australian Journal of Soil Research, vol.42,(1),2004,pp 29-37
2012Distinguishing and characterising point-source mining dust and diffuse-source dust deposits in a semi-arid district of eastern AustraliaCattle, Stephen; Hemi, Karl; Sanderson, Todd; Pearson, Garry; Environmental Sciences; Sciences Discipline; Agricultural & Resource EconomicsDistinguishing and characterising point-source mining dust and diffuse-source dust deposits in a semi-arid district of eastern Australia, Aeolian Research, vol.6, October, 2012,pp 21-29
2006Do sand dunes of the lower Lachlan floodplain contain the same dust that produced parna?Cattle, Stephen; Ryan, Adrienne; Sustainable Ecosystems; Sciences DisciplineDo sand dunes of the lower Lachlan floodplain contain the same dust that produced parna?, Australian Journal of Soil Research, vol.44,(8),2006,pp 769-781
2006Do the Sand Dunes of Southwestern NSW Contain the Same Dust that Produced Parna?Cattle, Stephen; Ryan, Adrienne; Sustainable Ecosystems; Sciences DisciplineDo the Sand Dunes of Southwestern NSW Contain the Same Dust that Produced Parna?, Book of Abstracts Sessions 7-9 Posters: Theme 3 - Dust and Landscape, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 152-152
2014Edaphic Soil Science, Introduction toCattle, Stephen; Field, Damien; Singh, Balwant; Environmental Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Environmental SciencesEdaphic Soil Science, Introduction to in Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems, Elsevier, 2014, pp. 35-58
2004The Effect Of Soil Crust Ageing, Through Wetting And Drying, On Some Surface Structural PropertiesCattle, Stephen; Cousin, Isabelle; Darboux, Frédéric; Le Bissonnais, Yves; Sustainable EcosystemsThe Effect Of Soil Crust Ageing, Through Wetting And Drying, On Some Surface Structural Properties, Cereals 2004. Proceedings of 54th Australian Cereal Chemistry Conference and 11th Wheat Breeders Assembly. Editors: CK Black, JF Panozzo and GJ Rebetzke, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp N/A-N/A
2017Effectiveness of cracker dust as a capping material for Pb-rich soil in the mining town of Broken Hill, AustraliaCattle, Stephen; Yang, K; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Department of Environmental SciencesEffectiveness of cracker dust as a capping material for Pb-rich soil in the mining town of Broken Hill, Australia, Catena, vol.148, N/A, 2017,pp 81-91
2005The effects of landforming on soil profile characteristics of an irrigated cotton-producing area of southeastern AustraliaCattle, Stephen; Cay, Edward; Sustainable Ecosystems; School Land Water & Crop ScienThe effects of landforming on soil profile characteristics of an irrigated cotton-producing area of southeastern Australia, Soil & Tillage Research, vol.84,(1),2005,pp 76-86
2015The Efficacy of Lime, Gypsum and Their Combination to Ameliorate Sodicity in Irrigated Cropping Soils in the Lachlan Valley of New South WalesCattle, Stephen; Singh, Balwant; Bennett, J McL; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Environmental SciencesThe Efficacy of Lime, Gypsum and Their Combination to Ameliorate Sodicity in Irrigated Cropping Soils in the Lachlan Valley of New South Wales, Arid Land Research and Management, vol.29, 1, 2015,pp 17-40
2013The Engagement of an Urban-Based, Comprehensive University with Rural CommunitiesBloomfield, Dianne; Cattle, Stephen; Klineberg, Iven; Education and Social Work - Research; Environmental SciencesThe Engagement of an Urban-Based, Comprehensive University with Rural Communities, Metropolitan Universities: An International Forum, vol.23, 3, 2013,pp 95-108
2006Estimating spatial patterns of selected soil quality indicators in the lower Lachlan River valley of NSW to aid land managementCattle, Stephen; Odeh, Inakwu; Sustainable Ecosystems; Sustainable EcosystemsEstimating spatial patterns of selected soil quality indicators in the lower Lachlan River valley of NSW to aid land management, Abstract of Poster Paper for the ASSSI-ASPAC-ACMS National Soils Conference, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp 32-32
2002From Pedotransfer functions to soil inference systemsCattle, Stephen; McBratney, Alexander; Minasny, Budiman; Vervoort, Rutger; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; Sciences DisciplineFrom Pedotransfer functions to soil inference systems, Geoderma, vol.109,(1-2),2002,pp 41-73
2001Geophagia in horses : a short note on 13 casesCattle, Stephen; Habermann, T; Hawson, L; McGreevy, Paul; Sustainable Ecosystems; Vet Clinical Science; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyGeophagia in horses : a short note on 13 cases, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, vol.71,(N/A),2001,pp 119-125
2003The hydrology of Vertosols used for cotton production : I. Hydraulic, structural and fundamental soil propertiesCattle, Stephen; Minasny, Budiman; Vervoort, Rutger; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; Sciences DisciplineThe hydrology of Vertosols used for cotton production : I. Hydraulic, structural and fundamental soil properties, Australian Journal of Soil Research, vol.41,(7),2003,pp 1255-1272
2006The hydrology of Vertosols used for cotton production: II. Pedotransfer functions to predict hydraulic propertiesCattle, Stephen; Minasny, Budiman; Vervoort, Rutger; Sciences Discipline; Sciences Discipline; Sciences DisciplineThe hydrology of Vertosols used for cotton production: II. Pedotransfer functions to predict hydraulic properties, Australian Journal of Soil Research, vol.44,(5),2006,pp 479-486