Ron Smernik
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Chemical composition and bioavailability of thermally altered Pinus resinosa (Red pine) wood
JA Baldock, RJ Smernik
Organic Geochemistry 33 (9), 1093-1109, 2002
An investigation into the reactions of biochar in soil
SD Joseph, M Camps-Arbestain, Y Lin, P Munroe, CH Chia, J Hook, ...
Soil Research 48 (7), 501-515, 2010
Comparison of quantification methods to measure fire‐derived (black/elemental) carbon in soils and sediments using reference materials from soil, water, sediment and the atmosphere
K Hammes, MWI Schmidt, RJ Smernik, LA Currie, WP Ball, TH Nguyen, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 21 (3), 2007
Biochar carbon stability in a clayey soil as a function of feedstock and pyrolysis temperature
BP Singh, AL Cowie, RJ Smernik
Environmental science & technology 46 (21), 11770-11778, 2012
Long-term black carbon dynamics in cultivated soil
BT Nguyen, J Lehmann, J Kinyangi, R Smernik, SJ Riha, MH Engelhard
Biogeochemistry 92 (1), 163-176, 2009
Chemical and structural properties of carbonaceous products obtained by pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonisation of corn stover
AB Fuertes, MC Arbestain, M Sevilla, JA Maciá-Agulló, S Fiol, R López, ...
Soil Research 48 (7), 618-626, 2010
The chemical nature of P accumulation in agricultural soils—implications for fertiliser management and design: an Australian perspective
MJ McLaughlin, TM McBeath, R Smernik, SP Stacey, B Ajiboye, C Guppy
Plant and Soil 349 (1), 69-87, 2011
Estimation of charcoal (char) in soils
JO Skjernstad, JA Taylor, RJ Smernik
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 30 (15-16), 2283-2298, 1999
Synthesis and characterisation of laboratory-charred grass straw (Oryza sativa) and chestnut wood (Castanea sativa) as reference materials for black carbon quantification
K Hammes, RJ Smernik, JO Skjemstad, A Herzog, UF Vogt, MWI Schmidt
Organic Geochemistry 37 (11), 1629-1633, 2006
The use of spin counting for determining quantitation in solid state 13C NMR spectra of natural organic matter: 1. Model systems and the effects of paramagnetic impurities
RJ Smernik, JM Oades
Geoderma 96 (1-2), 101-129, 2000
Characteristics of biochar: organo-chemical properties
ES Krull, JA Baldock, JO Skjemstad, RJ Smernik
Biochar for environmental management, 85-98, 2012
Determination of the aromaticity and the degree of aromatic condensation of a thermosequence of wood charcoal using NMR
AV McBeath, RJ Smernik, MPW Schneider, MWI Schmidt, EL Plant
Organic Geochemistry 42 (10), 1194-1202, 2011
Spiking improved solution phosphorus‐31 nuclear magnetic resonance identification of soil phosphorus compounds
AL Doolette, RJ Smernik, WJ Dougherty
Soil Science Society of America Journal 73 (3), 919-927, 2009
The use of spin counting for determining quantitation in solid state 13C NMR spectra of natural organic matter: 2. HF-treated soil fractions
RJ Smernik, JM Oades
Geoderma 96 (3), 159-171, 2000
Residue chemistry and microbial community structure during decomposition of eucalypt, wheat and vetch residues
K Baumann, P Marschner, RJ Smernik, JA Baldock
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (9), 1966-1975, 2009
Variation in the degree of aromatic condensation of chars
AV McBeath, RJ Smernik
Organic Geochemistry 40 (12), 1161-1168, 2009
Crop residue phosphorus: speciation and potential bio-availability
SR Noack, MJ McLaughlin, RJ Smernik, TM McBeath, RD Armstrong
Plant and Soil 359 (1), 375-385, 2012
Aromaticity and degree of aromatic condensation of char
DB Wiedemeier, S Abiven, WC Hockaday, M Keiluweit, M Kleber, ...
Organic Geochemistry 78, 135-143, 2015
Characterisation and evaluation of reference materials for black carbon analysis using elemental composition, colour, BET surface area and 13C NMR spectroscopy
K Hammes, RJ Smernik, JO Skjemstad, MWI Schmidt
Applied Geochemistry 23 (8), 2113-2122, 2008
The influence of sewage sludge properties on sludge-borne metal availability
G Merrington, I Oliver, RJ Smernik, MJ McLaughlin
Advances in Environmental Research 8 (1), 21-36, 2003
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