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2007Optimisation of analytical method for estrogen in surface water and primary risk assessment in South CreekKennedy, Ivan; Li, Chunhua; Lee, Alice; Tyler, Tony; Van Zwieten, Lukas; Plant & Food Sciences; Department of Agricultural and Resource EconomicsOptimisation of analytical method for estrogen in surface water and primary risk assessment in South Creek, International Journal of Water, vol.3, 4, 2007,pp 334-346
2007Phosphorus fertilization for rice and control of environmental pollution problemsAhmed, Mohammad; Choudhury, Abu; Kecskes, Mihaly; Kennedy, Ivan; Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant & Food SciencesPhosphorus fertilization for rice and control of environmental pollution problems, Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, vol.10, 13, 2007,pp 2098-2105
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
2017A survey of 17(alpha)-ethinylestradiol and mestranol residues in Hawkesbury River, Australia, using a highly specific enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) demonstrates the levels of potential biological significanceAllan, Robin; Kennedy, Ivan; Li, Chunhua; Lee, Nanju Alice; Uraipong, Chatchaporn; Wong, Victor; School of Medical Sciences: Pharmacology; Plant & Food Sciences; Department of Agricultural and Resource EconomicsA survey of 17(alpha)-ethinylestradiol and mestranol residues in Hawkesbury River, Australia, using a highly specific enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) demonstrates the levels of potential biological significance, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, vol.144, N/A, 2017,pp 585-592
2010Wheat: characteristics and quality requirementsUthayakumaran, Surjani; Wrigley, Colin. W.; Department of Agricultural and Resource EconomicsWheat: characteristics and quality requirements in Cereal grains: Assessing and managing quality, Woodhead Publishing Ltd, 2010, pp. 59-110