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2014DSMART: An algorithm to spatially disaggregate soil map unitsMcBratney, Alexander; Minasny, Budiman; Odgers, Nathan; Clifford, D.; Sun, Wei; Environmental Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Environmental SciencesDSMART: An algorithm to spatially disaggregate soil map units in GlobalSoilMap: Basis of the global spatial soil information system, CRC Press, 2014, pp. 261-266
2012The effect of preferential sampling on sampling varianceMcBratney, Alexander; Wheeler, Ichsani; Baldock, J; Clifford, D.; Dobbie, M; Harch, B; Kuhnert, P; McKenzie, Neil J.; Environmental Sciences; Environmental SciencesThe effect of preferential sampling on sampling variance in Digital Soil Assessments and Beyond, CRC Press, 2012, pp. 223-226
2010The effects of growth hormone on body composition and physical performance in recreational athletes: a randomized trialLeung, Kin-Chuen; Birzniece, Vita; Clifford, D.; Graham, Kenneth; Hansen, Jennifer L.; Ho, Ken K Y; Meinhardt, Udo; Nelson, Anne E.; Children's Hospital Westmead: Paediatrics & Child HealthThe effects of growth hormone on body composition and physical performance in recreational athletes: a randomized trial, Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.152, 9, 2010,pp 568-577
2006Generalized analysis of spatial variation in yield monitor dataMcBratney, Alexander; Taylor, James; Whelan, Brett; Clifford, D.; Sustainable Ecosystems; Sustainable Ecosystems; Sustainable EcosystemsGeneralized analysis of spatial variation in yield monitor data, Journal of Agricultural Science, vol.144,(1),2006,pp 45-51
2006Novel biomarkers of human growth hormone action from serum proteomic profiling using protein chip mass spectrometry.Baxter, Robert; Chung, Liping; Buckley, M; Clifford, D.; Northern Clinical School: Molecular Medicine (Kolling I); Northern Clinical School: Molecular Medicine (Kolling I)Novel biomarkers of human growth hormone action from serum proteomic profiling using protein chip mass spectrometry., The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (2005), vol.91,(2),2006,pp 671-677