2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Australia Leader Award
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Biochar, Greenhouse gas, Environmental chemistry and Life-cycle assessment. Her work deals with themes such as Biomass, Soil fertility and Poultry litter, which intersect with Agronomy. Her Biochar research includes elements of Soil carbon and Soil health.
Annette Cowie combines subjects such as Renewable energy, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Land use and Sustainability with her study of Greenhouse gas. Her Environmental chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Manure and Vertisol. Her Bioenergy study incorporates themes from Cropping, Agroforestry, Fossil fuel and Energy consumption.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agronomy, Greenhouse gas, Soil carbon, Biochar and Bioenergy. Her Agronomy research incorporates elements of Acacia mearnsii, Eucalyptus, Competition, Nutrient and Vertisol. Her work in the fields of Greenhouse gas, such as Climate change mitigation, overlaps with other areas such as Life-cycle assessment.
Annette Cowie has researched Soil carbon in several fields, including Soil organic matter, Soil health, Soil management and Pasture. Her work on Slash-and-char as part of general Biochar research is frequently linked to Amendment, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Bioenergy research integrates issues from Sustainability and Agricultural economics.
Annette Cowie mostly deals with Soil carbon, Cropping, Greenhouse gas, Climate change and Climate change mitigation. Her study on Soil carbon is covered under Soil water. Annette Cowie integrates Greenhouse gas with Life-cycle assessment in her research.
The various areas that Annette Cowie examines in her Climate change study include Natural resource economics and Agricultural productivity. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rangeland, Biochar and Vegetation. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Bioenergy, Environmental resource management, Sustainability and Land degradation.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental planning, Soil carbon, Resource, Soil water and Soil type. Her Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Land restoration, Land management, Land degradation and Sustainable development. Her studies deal with areas such as Evapotranspiration, Ecosystem, Biome, Agricultural engineering and Surrogate model as well as Soil carbon.
Her studies in Resource integrate themes in fields like Stakeholder engagement, Carbon credit and Land use. Her research in Soil water is mostly focused on Soil fertility. Her Vertisol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organic matter, Agronomy, Conventional tillage, Soil organic matter and Environmental chemistry.
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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;K. Y. Chan.
Plant and Soil (2010)
Energy- and greenhouse gas-based LCA of biofuel and bioenergy systems: Key issues, ranges and recommendations
Francesco Cherubini;Neil David Bird;Annette Cowie;Gerfried Jungmeier.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2009)
Characterisation and evaluation of biochars for their application as a soil amendment
Balwant Singh;Bhupinder Pal Singh;Annette L. Cowie.
Soil Research (2010)
An investigation into the reactions of biochar in soil
S. D. Joseph;M. Camps-Arbestain;Y. Lin;P. Munroe.
Soil Research (2010)
Biophysical and economic limits to negative CO2 emissions
Pete Smith;Steven J. Davis;Felix Creutzig;Sabine Fuss.
Influence of biochars on nitrous oxide emission and nitrogen leaching from two contrasting soils.
Bhupinder Pal Singh;Blake J. Hatton;Balwant Singh;Annette L. Cowie.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2010)
Mixed-species plantations of Eucalyptus with nitrogen-fixing trees: A review
David I. Forrester;David I. Forrester;Jürgen Bauhus;Jürgen Bauhus;Annette L. Cowie;Jerome K. Vanclay.
Forest Ecology and Management (2006)
Biochar carbon stability in a clayey soil as a function of feedstock and pyrolysis temperature.
Bhupinder Pal Singh;Annette L. Cowie;Ronald J. Smernik.
Environmental Science & Technology (2012)
A Review of Greenhouse Gas Emission Factors for Fertiliser Production.
Sam Wood;Annette Cowie.
Biochar and Emissions of Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases from Soil
Lukas Van Zwieten;Bhupinderpal Singh;Stephen Joseph;Stephen Kimber.
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