Annette Cowie
Annette Cowie
NSW Department of Primary Industries
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Effects of biochar from slow pyrolysis of papermill waste on agronomic performance and soil fertility
L Van Zwieten, S Kimber, S Morris, KY Chan, A Downie, J Rust, S Joseph, ...
Plant and soil 327 (1-2), 235-246, 2010
Energy-and greenhouse gas-based LCA of biofuel and bioenergy systems: Key issues, ranges and recommendations
F Cherubini, ND Bird, A Cowie, G Jungmeier, B Schlamadinger, ...
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 53 (8), 434-447, 2009
Characterisation and evaluation of biochars for their application as a soil amendment
B Singh, BP Singh, AL Cowie
Soil Research 48 (7), 516-525, 2010
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
Biophysical and economic limits to negative CO2 emissions
P Smith, SJ Davis, F Creutzig, S Fuss, J Minx, B Gabrielle, E Kato, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (1), 42-50, 2016
Influence of biochars on nitrous oxide emission and nitrogen leaching from two contrasting soils
BP Singh, BJ Hatton, B Singh, AL Cowie, A Kathuria
Journal of Environmental Quality 39 (4), 1224-1235, 2010
Mixed-species plantations of Eucalyptus with nitrogen-fixing trees: a review
DI Forrester, J Bauhus, AL Cowie, JK Vanclay
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2), 211-230, 2006
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
A review of greenhouse gas emission factors for fertiliser production
SW Wood, A Cowie
A review of greenhouse gas emission factors for fertiliser production
S Wood, A Cowie
IEA Bioenergy Task 38 (June), 2004
Biochar and emissions of non-CO2 greenhouse gases from soil
L Van Zwieten, B Singh, S Joseph, S Kimber, A Cowie, KY Chan
Biochar for Environmental Management Science and Technology (J. Lehmann and …, 2009
Land in balance: The scientific conceptual framework for Land Degradation Neutrality
AL Cowie, BJ Orr, VMC Sanchez, P Chasek, ND Crossman, A Erlewein, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 79, 25-35, 2018
Key issues and options in accounting for carbon sequestration and temporary storage in life cycle assessment and carbon footprinting
M Brandão, A Levasseur, MUF Kirschbaum, BP Weidema, AL Cowie, ...
The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 1-11, 2012
Long-term influence of biochar on native organic carbon mineralisation in a low-carbon clayey soil
BP Singh, AL Cowie
Scientific reports 4, 3687, 2014
Scientific conceptual framework for land degradation neutrality
BJ Orr, AL Cowie, VM Castillo Sanchez, P Chasek, ND Crossman, ...
A report of the science-policy interface. United Nations Convention to …, 2017
Developing general allometric relationships for regional estimates of carbon sequestration—an example using Eucalyptus pilularis from seven contrasting sites
KD Montagu, K Düttmer, CVM Barton, AL Cowie
Forest Ecology and Management 204 (1), 115-129, 2005
Biochar built soil carbon over a decade by stabilizing rhizodeposits
ZH Weng, L Van Zwieten, BP Singh, E Tavakkoli, S Joseph, ...
Nature Climate Change 7 (5), 371-376, 2017
On the success and failure of mixed-species tree plantations: lessons learned from a model system of Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii
DI Forrester, J Bauhus, AL Cowie
Forest Ecology and Management 209 (1), 147-155, 2005
Towards an integrated global framework to assess the impacts of land use and management change on soil carbon: current capability and future vision
P Smith, CA Davies, S Ogle, G Zanchi, J Bellarby, N Bird, RM Boddey, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (7), 2089-2101, 2012
Biochar lowers ammonia emission and improves nitrogen retention in poultry litter composting
E Agyarko-Mintah, A Cowie, L Van Zwieten, BP Singh, R Smillie, ...
Waste Management 61, 129-137, 2017
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