Jeff Baldock
Jeff Baldock
CSIRO Land and Water
Verified email at csiro.au
TitleCited byYear
Role of the soil matrix and minerals in protecting natural organic materials against biological attack
JA Baldock, JO Skjemstad
Organic Geochemistry 31 (7), 697-710, 2000
11162000
Chemical composition and bioavailability of thermally altered Pinus resinosa (Red pine) wood
JA Baldock, RJ Smernik
Organic Geochemistry 33 (9), 1093-1109, 2002
8892002
oTHERS. 2000. The molecularly-uncharacterized component of nonliving organic matter in natural environments
JI Hedges, JA Baldock, Y Gelinas, C Lee, ML Peterson, SG Wakeham
Org. Geochem 31, 945-958, 8
621*8
Aspects of the chemical structure of soil organic materials as revealed by solid-state 13 C NMR spectroscopy
JA Baldock, JM Oades, AG Waters, X Peng, AM Vassallo, MA Wilson
Biogeochemistry 16 (1), 1-42, 1992
6151992
The knowns, known unknowns and unknowns of sequestration of soil organic carbon
U Stockmann, MA Adams, JW Crawford, DJ Field, N Henakaarchchi, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 164, 80-99, 2013
6092013
Assessing the extent of decomposition of natural organic materials using solid-state 13C NMR spectroscopy
JA Baldock, JM Oades, PN Nelson, TM Skene, A Golchin, P Clarke
Australian Journal of Soil Research 35, 1061-1083, 1997
5371997
Soil organic matter
JA Baldock, PN Nelson
CRC Press, 2000
4562000
Importance of mechanisms and processes of the stabilisation of soil organic matter for modelling carbon turnover
ES Krull, JA Baldock, JO Skjemstad
Functional plant biology 30 (2), 207-222, 2003
4512003
Cycling and composition of organic matter in terrestrial and marine ecosystems
JA Baldock, CA Masiello, Y Gelinas, JI Hedges
Marine Chemistry 92 (1), 39-64, 2004
3232004
Evidence for non-selective preservation of organic matter in sinking marine particles
JI Hedges, JA Baldock, Y Gélinas, C Lee, M Peterson, SG Wakeham
Nature 409 (6822), 801-804, 2001
2852001
An improved thermal oxidation method for the quantification of soot/graphitic black carbon in sediments and soils
Y Gelinas, M Kenneth, JA Baldock, JI Hedges
Environmental science & technology 35 (17), 3519-3525, 2001
2752001
The biochemical and elemental compositions of marine plankton: A NMR perspective
JI Hedges, JA Baldock, Y Gélinas, C Lee, ML Peterson, SG Wakeham
Marine Chemistry 78 (1), 47-63, 2002
2592002
The biochemical and elemental compositions of marine plankton: A NMR perspective
JI Hedges, JA Baldock, Y Gélinas, C Lee, ML Peterson, SG Wakeham
Marine Chemistry 78 (1), 47-63, 2002
2592002
Changes in soil carbon under long-term maize in monoculture and legume-based rotation
EG Gregorich, CF Drury, JA Baldock
Canadian journal of soil science 81 (1), 21-31, 2001
2562001
A model linking organic matter decomposition, chemistry, and aggregate dynamics
A Golchin, JA Baldock, JM Oades
Soil processes and the carbon cycle. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 245-266, 1997
2531997
Total and organic carbon
JO Skjemstad, JA Baldock
Soil sampling and methods of analysis. 2nd ed. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL …, 2007
2122007
Decomposition dynamics of plant materials in relation to nitrogen availability and biochemistry determined by NMR and wet-chemical analysis
WJ Wang, JA Baldock, RC Dalal, PW Moody
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (12), 2045-2058, 2004
2122004
Habitat selective factors influencing the structural composition and functional capacity of microbial communities in agricultural soils
SA Wakelin, LM Macdonald, SL Rogers, AL Gregg, TP Bolger, JA Baldock
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (3), 803-813, 2008
2072008
Nitrogen dynamics of pastures: nitrogen fixation inputs, the impact of legumes on soil nitrogen fertility, and the contributions of fixed nitrogen to Australian farming systems
MB Peoples, JA Baldock
Animal Production Science 41 (3), 327-346, 2001
2022001
Chemistry of carbon decomposition processes in forests as revealed by solid-state carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance.
JA Baldock, CM Preston, WW McFee, JM Kelly
Carbon forms and functions in forest soils., 89-117, 1995
2011995
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