Agronomy, Manure, Soil water, Environmental engineering and Sludge are his primary areas of study. His Agronomy study incorporates themes from Ecosystem and Mineralization. His Manure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dry matter and Arable land.
As a part of the same scientific family, B. J. Chambers mostly works in the field of Environmental engineering, focusing on Agricultural land and, on occasion, Air pollution. His Sludge research includes elements of Loam, Sewage and Topsoil. B. J. Chambers interconnects Soil quality and Industrial waste in the investigation of issues within Soil contamination.
B. J. Chambers mostly deals with Agronomy, Manure, Soil water, Environmental chemistry and Agriculture. His research on Agronomy also deals with topics like
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sludge and Organic matter. His work in Environmental chemistry addresses subjects such as Soil fertility, which are connected to disciplines such as Topsoil. His study in Agriculture is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Livestock, Environmental engineering and Agricultural science.
B. J. Chambers mainly investigates Agronomy, Nitrous oxide, Grassland, Slurry and Environmental chemistry. His studies in Agronomy integrate themes in fields like Soil water, Leaching, Mineralization and Nitrate. B. J. Chambers has researched Soil water in several fields, including Sludge, Seedbed and Organic fertilizer.
His Temperate grassland study in the realm of Grassland interacts with subjects such as Urine. His Slurry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Livestock and Arable land. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Ammonia volatilization from urea, focusing on Nutrient and, on occasion, Manure.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Fertilizer, Manure, Grassland and Ammonia volatilization from urea. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nitrate and Leaching. His work deals with themes such as Mineralization, Topsoil, Biomass, Available water capacity and Animal science, which intersect with Manure.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil classification and Organic matter in addition to Mineralization. His Grassland research incorporates elements of Agriculture, Grazing and Calcium ammonium nitrate. The Ammonia volatilization from urea study combines topics in areas such as Nutrient and Crop.
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An inventory of heavy metals inputs to agricultural soils in England and Wales.
F.A. Nicholson;S.R. Smith;B.J. Alloway;C. Carlton-Smith.
Science of The Total Environment (2003)
Heavy metal contents of livestock feeds and animal manures in England and Wales
F.A Nicholson;B.J Chambers;J.R Williams;R.J Unwin.
Bioresource Technology (1999)
Pathogen survival during livestock manure storage and following land application.
Fiona A. Nicholson;Simon J. Groves;Brian J. Chambers.
Bioresource Technology (2005)
Ammonia emission factors for UK agriculture.
T.H. Misselbrook;T.J. Van Der Weerden;B.F. Pain;S.C. Jarvis.
Atmospheric Environment (2000)
Predicting Cadmium Concentrations in Wheat and Barley Grain Using Soil Properties
M. L. Adams;F. J. Zhao;S. P. McGrath;F. A. Nicholson.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2004)
Plant uptake of nitrogen from the organic nitrogen fraction of animal manures: a laboratory experiment
D. R. Chadwick;F. John;B. F. Pain;B. J. Chambers.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (2000)
An Overview of the Environmental Impact of Agriculture in the U.K.
John Skinner;Kathleen Lewis;Keith Bardon;P. Tucker.
Journal of Environmental Management (1997)
Predicting nitrogen availability and losses following application of organic manures to arable land: MANNER
B.J. Chambers;E.I. Lord;F.A. Nicholson;K.A. Smith.
Soil Use and Management (2006)
A new inventory for ammonia emissions from U.K. agriculture
B.F Pain;T.J Van der Weerden;B.J Chambers;V.R Phillips.
Atmospheric Environment (1998)
A study of the impacts of Zn and Cu on two rhizobial species in soils of a long-term field experiment
Amar M. Chaudri;Céline M. G. Allain;Vera L. Barbosa-Jefferson;Fiona A. Nicholson.
Plant and Soil (2000)
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